Traumatical massage aims complex posttraumatic therapy is to eliminate pain and to allow maximum range of motion of the affected body segment. We achieve this by using soft techniques, frictions, subtle touches to promote blood circulation and reducing swelling of the team, we will make reflective changes in the surrounding soft tissue and reduced range of motion of the affected joint.
Swelling develops gradually over the injury. Multiplication occurs in the tissue fluids and gradually reduces blood flow which adversely affects the metabolism of tissues. Swelling is the need to reduce, because it restricts the movement of the affected body parts reflexively quenched muscles in the area and can be a source of pain.
Changes in the surrounding soft tissues:
The soft tissues that may be affected due to injury are: skin and subcutaneous tissue, fascia, muscles, ligaments and joint capsule. Treatment with metabolic activation within tissues restore blood flow to muscle in spasm, osetrime local reflex changes, and renew posunlivost soft tissues and thereby enlarge the mobility of the affected segment. Individually we treat the scars that may significantly restrict posunlivost soft tissue and be the source of pain.
Restrictions on the movement of the affected body part:
The most common cause of restrictions on movement are structural or traumatic changes of the joint and surrounding soft tissues. During the therapy, we are trying to achieve the same range of motion as it was before the accident. An important part of the warm-up range of motion is also stabilizing exercises using soft techniques, trigger points massage, stretching, isometric relaxation and many other methods that we choose for client individually. During exercise activates proprioceptors, improve stability and activation center of the body, and activating the deep stabilization muscles.
Successfully rehabilitates conditions after surgeries joints and spine. For example, after plastic surgery knee ligaments, intervertebral disc surgery, plastic surgery rotator cuff shoulder joints and other orthopedic and neurosurgical operations. Post-injury rehabilitation focuses on all states after injuries to ankles, knees, coccyx, spine (back), shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands (fractures, joint and muscle injuries).
We use a wide variety of methods to either combine or during treatment varies depending on the development status of the patient. Here we use both techniques release (massage, mobilization, stretching, elekroterapii and thermal procedures) and stimulation techniques (strengthening, elekroterapii and various kinds of sensory-motor and reflex techniques). The duration of rehabilitation is very diverse and all states require the active participation of the patient in the form of homework.
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