The types of exercises selected are based on assessment results and aim to improve function efficiently and effectively over a number of treatment sessions. Effect: mobilisation, stretching, relaxation, postural training, gait training, balance training.
Hydrotherapy (individual/group) *
This course mainly focuses on moving against the resistance of water to improve endurance and strengthen specific parts of the body. Due to the specific weight of salt water, movement in the thermal salt water is literally easy. The water supports weight very well, making it easier to move and relieves the joints of loading.
Individual respiratory therapy *
Movement and behavioural training so that you can breathe as efficiently as possible. Effect: improvement in ventilation, optimisation of the respiratory rhythm, reduction in incorrect breathing patterns and resistance that can hinder breathing, improvement in the efficiency of respiratory movements…
Manual therapy *
Manual therapy is a special diagnostic and treatment method that identifies and treats reversible functional disorders in the musculoskeletal system. Special handling techniques are used during assessment to localise and analyse movement disorders in the joints of the limbs or the spine. These results form the basis for the handling used during treatment, with treatment being applied as mobilisations that are performed by physiotherapists.
*only with a doctor’s referral