How do we work?
Work is carried out on the recovery of the patient’s injury and on their physical condition if required, so that they can subsequently return to their sporting discipline or daily physical activity.
The main basis of treatment is through physical exercise, although it cannot be separated from education in healthy habits.
Who is the target group for retraining?
Athletes and non-athletes suffering from joint injuries (torn/sprained ligaments, bursitis, cartilage damage, dislocations), tendon injuries (tendonitis, tendon ruptures), muscle injuries (grade I-II-III), bone injuries (fractures, fissures, bone oedema).
To people, athletes or not, who want to recover and prevent such injuries.
The treatment is suitable for any person, age and physical condition, as we adapt to the needs of each individual, whether it is to reincorporate someone to regular sports practice or to improve the quality of life of a person on a daily basis.
What is the basis of the readaptation sessions?
These 50-60 minute sessions will begin with an initial assessment through different functional tests, measuring the range and quality of movement, strength and possible muscular imbalances that may exist.