Kinesitherapy involves using movement as a measure to improve health or recover from an injury or dysfunction.

Active Kinesitherapy

It is the patient who performs it. It can be assisted (with help), free, or resisted (against resistance).

Passive kinesitherapy

The patient does nothing. It is usually at the joint level (pressures, torsions, bends and tractions).

Employment in neurology, eg, in multiple sclerosis, stroke, cerebral palsy, spastic paralysis, Parkinson's and other neurological and neuromuscular diseases. In orthopedics, for example, in patients after hip and knee operations with limited mobility. In geriatrics, in patients with different problems such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension or in pediatrics / children, eg, after cerebral paresis, spastic paralysis, etc. In patients keeping a bed, eg, in a coma (vigil), intensive care unit, dialysis. We offer special models for different indications.