Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation


Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that identifies human movement as the source of an individual’s health and well-being.

MedInstitute physiotherapists identify issues and offer individual treatment programs to maximize movement potential through health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation.

                                                 How this process works

Physiotherapy is used to help people of all ages that are affected by injuries, illnesses or disabilities.

New and highly effective methods are applied to restore the valuable mobility of joints and improve imbalanced muscles. Some techniques include joint mobilization/manipulation, soft tissue massage and various forms of electrophysical agents (such as cryotherapy, heat therapy, iontophoresis and electrotherapy).


Rehabilitation includes different techniques and methods of treatment, which maximize possible healing of structures and functions.

In cases of accidents, bruises, fractures, tearing of muscles and cords, treatment is often carried out using traditional and conservative techniques and, in some cases, through operations. Consequently, it is important to choose the most appropriate methods to integrate with these different treatments and a careful plan of rehabilitation is carried out.

In cases of a forced period of immobility of the spine and upper extremities, the muscles need to be rebalanced and physiotherapy can restore mobility and functions of the spine and joints in the shortest possible time.

The following types of physiotherapy are successfully used:

  • Electrotherapy

  • Shockwave

  • Inductothermia

  • Phototherapy

  • Amplipulse therapy

  • Sleppphoresis

  • Interferential currents

  • UHF (ultra-high frequencies treatment equipment)

  • DMB-therapy

  • CMV-therapy

  • KWT (kilowatt- therapy)

  • Aero-ionisation therapy

  • Magnetic-therapy

  • Ultra-sound therapy

  • Lasers (Green, Red, Ultraviolet)

  • Light-treatment(UV-exciters)

  • Inhalers

  • Oxygen therapy

  • Aromatherapy

  • Aroma-phytotherapy

  • Water treatment

  • Warm-treatment

  • Massage

Physiotherapy is recommended in the following cases:

  • Illnesses in inner organs (severe and chronic bronchi, bronchial asthma, gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal, chronic cholecystitis, chronic colitis)

  • Injuries of the nervous system (neuritis, radiculitis, plexitis)

  • Treatment of hernia of inter-spine discs

  • Treatment of motor-apparatus (arthrosis, arthritis of small and big joints)

  • Urological, proctologic and gynecological illnesses

  • Skin imperfections

  • Pathology of ear, throat and nose

  • Rehabilitation after traumas and surgeries

  • Pain syndromes after burns and scalds or frost-bites

  • Tripes and deformations

  • Hair loss


Advantages of physiotherapy and rehabilitation:

  • Treatment duration of many illnesses is shortened

  • Prophylaxis of complications and recurrence of illnesses

  • No side effects typical for medical treatment

  • Use of medicines become more effective


For specific cases, the following methods are integrated into the physiotherapy program:

  • Ozonotherapy

  • Magnetic-therapy

  • Punctual -flexor-therapy

  • Electro-laser therapy

  • Physiotherapy

  • Pharmacy – therapy (selection of necessary medicines and biologically active supplements)