We all have afflictions that bother us in our everyday life, it may be back pain, headache or joint pain. Do no think that pain is normal. Mostly, pain is a sign of a serious problem and dealing with it as soon as possible saves time, money and health. Additionally, it also helps to avoid the development of difficult-to-treat chronic disorders.

The physiotherapist helps to find causes for these problems and solutions for them. Assessing and correcting posture is also a part of the everyday job of a physiotherapist. The physiotherapist will help physically active people to find the most suitable sports discipline for them, advises depending on a specific sport, advises on how to avoid injuries and how to treat injuries which have already occurred. Before taking up sports (even health sports), it is advised to also consult with a physiotherapist to assess your physical condition.

Today’s top physiotherapist are well acquainted with physical exercises, taping techniques, stretch therapy, manual therapy, massage and muscle manipulation techniques.

Additionally, they give advice on orthoses, support inlays and using other accessories and help pick out the right accessory for you.

The physiotherapist helps athletes to relax after training and competitions and recover the normal condition of the muscles. Before competition, they help take muscles to a condition which will allow for maximal results during competition.

Physiotherapist attend to bones, joints as well as soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, tendons, etc.) by involving the whole human body into the treatment. This will assure the best treatment result.

Example of a patient with back pain visiting a physiotherapist.

  1. Finding the problem:
  • conversation with patient;
  • posture check;
  • assessing mobility;
  • carrying out functional tests;
  • testing muscle condition.
  1. Analysis of problem causes and providing an explanation for the patient:
  • analysis of previous traumas;
  • analysis of everyday job;
  • analysis of hobbies and sports activities.
  1. Discussing treatment strategy with the patient:
  • decompression therapy;
  • manual therapy;
  • joint mobilisations;
  • stretch therapy;
  • physical exercises;
  • laser therapy and other physical treatments.
  1. Assessing treatment results:
  • assessing patient’s wellbeing;
  • assessing mobility;
  • assessing pain.

Book an appointment with our physiotherapist, call us on 6419510 or 6109434

Our physiotherapists are Maarit Junolainen (consultations at Sõjakooli tn 10), Sander Jürs (consultation at Narva str 7 and Sõjakooli str 10) and Joakim Jaak Ungerson (consultation at Narva str 7 and Sõjakooli str 10)

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