La fisioterapeuta Diana Palomo realizando un tratamiento de terapia manual en FloydClinic

Manual Physiotherapy

Manual therapy consists of the application of specific manual techniques of great therapeutic value, applied with the best tool a physiotherapist has: his hands.

This type of therapy includes a wide variety of techniques including: joint mobilization, functional massage, muscle stretching, active and passive stabilization, nervous system mobilization or exercises and maneuvers that aim to improve the patient’s strength, muscle coordination, endurance and overall functional status.

Thanks to manual physiotherapy we can treat many ailments in patients. For example:

  • Sprains, contusions, tendonitis/tendinosis, dislocations, fibre rupture, muscle contractures, cervicalgias, lumbago, dorsalgias, herniated discs, sciatica, cramps, back pain, fracture consolidation, post-surgical treatments, menopausal diseases, amputations, etc.
  • Osteoporosis, arthrosis, arthritis, rheumatism, spondylitis, spondylolisthesis,…
  • Muscular pathologies, joint blockages, signs of joint instability, paresthesias or tingling in hands/legs, disc herniations, disc protrusions, scars, adhesions…

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