Physiotherapy is the treatment of different pathologies or injuries of the locomotor apparatus through the physical agents and the hands of the therapist. With it is possible to recovery of traumatic, sports, neurological, and many others types of injury, leading the individual to regain his maximum functional capacity to develop in the activities of daily living.
We treat all types of pathologies with collegiate physiotherapists in Barcelona
We carry out treatments in individual cabins in a personalized way.
The most common ailments are:
- General Back Pain
- Professional Therapeutic Massage
- Torticollis, Cervical Pathology
- Dorsal Pain (middle part of the back)
- Lower Back Pain
- Pain in the Coccyx
- Trapezius Pain
- Muscle Contracture
- Sports Injury
- Sports Recovery
- Postural Problems (RPG)
- Ligament Sprain
- Tired Legs, Circulatory Problems
- Shoulder Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Wrist Pain
- Knee Pain
- Foot Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, etc.
- Recovery of the Pelvic Floor
- Postpartum recovery
Treatment of Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Myofascial Pain Syndrome: common form of musculoskeletal pain caused by trigger points.
- Trigger Points: Very localized and hyperirritable points within a tense palpable muscle band. They cause pain on palpation/compression and if they are active a local spasm response and referred pain.
- This can be treated conservatively with pressure-inhibition of these painful points or in an invasive manner with Dry Puncture.
- DRY PUNCTURE: Consist in the insertion of a needle through the skin directly on the trigger point of the muscle without injecting any type of serum or medicine.
People who take anticoagulants, and others to value by the physiotherapist.
MASSAGE THERAPIST IN BARCELONA
The rhythm of life imposed by society leads us to a dynamic not always positive for our organism. The muscular system is damaged and this is often translated into the appearance of discomfort that in most cases force us to stop for a while until we recover. By following a healthier lifestyle, a proper diet and a good massage, we can better combat fatigue and pain.
Stress can cause digestive disturbances, hypertension, muscle and osteoarticular pain, mental fatigue, sadness, anxiety, even disturb our sleep. With a relaxing massage in addition to relaxing the muscles, we also get peace, relaxation, positivity, calm and serenity, rest better, which helps us to function properly.
Massage as a form of Therapy
Understood as a manipulation of the superficial and internal layers of the muscles of the body, it helps to improve the functions of the organism by diminishing the reflex activity and promoting the relaxation and well-being of each individual. The healing power of massage not only reaches the physical realm but is also a powerful ally to combat emotional imbalances, providing us with security, support and confidence.
TIPOS DE MASAJE EN FISIOTERAPIA
By manipulating the superficial and deep layers, they activate the muscles and improve the corporal functions, helping in the processes of healing, and activating the immune system, in addition it promotes the relaxation and well-being of the body. Relaxing massages are calming and sedating as they provide relief from nervous irritability. That is why alterations such as insomnia, tension or headaches can return to harmony and peace of mind thanks to the effect of massage. It stimulates the release of endorphins, sensation of pain relief, physical and psychic well-being.
Its objective is the recovery and physical rehabilitation of the pathological processes or the injuries that can be suffered both in the day to day and practicing an elite sport.
It consists of alleviating possible areas of muscular tension, where there are contractures that persist and cause pain, stiffness and fatigue, and affect them until finding an improvement of the symptomatology, thus optimizing the function of muscles. We recover the elasticity of the muscles releasing them from the tensions, providing a better circulation and release of accumulated toxins.
Preparatory / invigorating massage: applied between 6-24h prior to competition, training or activity, to optimize the elastic and contractile capacities of the tissues. Objectives: to increase blood circulation, increase muscle temperature and viscoelastic properties of muscle, tendon, fascial, aponeurotic tissue guaranteeing an adequate contractile response and tension; eliminate localized adhesions or myalgias.
Recovery massage: applied between 30 minutes and 6 hours after the end of the activity. Objectives: increase blood supply that facilitates the drainage of metabolic waste, and reduce muscle hypertonicity.
It is a consequence of very smooth and very slow rhythmic mobilizations that help drain the interstitial fluid accumulated in the tissues, which causes swelling and lymphatic edema.
Also known as a neuromuscular bandage, it is the application of adhesive elastic bands in the affected area, which provides joint and muscle stability, and help improve contraction of weakened muscle (either due to injury or disuse).
It also helps reduce inflammation and improve circulation, as the fact that it is an adhesive lifts the layer of the skin making more space under it to make better the flow of blood and lymph, helping to remove waste substances from the body. In addition, it relieves pain, as it reduces pressure on the nociceptors (nerve endings in charge of detecting pain).
Perform different exercises guided by the physiotherapist that help correct your accommodated posture causing most of times back pain. Specific stretches of the shortened areas that maintain bad posture, and integrate the appropriate one by accompanying it with a correct breathing.
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