Physiomed: Your Partner in Physical Therapy

At Physiomed, our team of highly qualified and experienced physiotherapists provides top-notch physical therapy services. With over three decades of experience, our mission is to empower our patients to achieve their optimal well-being and reach their maximum health potential.

If you’re dealing with an injury or condition that’s limiting your physical abilities, it’s important to seek out effective treatment. That’s where Physiomed comes in – our highly qualified, experienced and best trained team provides top-notch physical therapy services that can help you regain your strength, mobility, and overall well-being.

We believe that every individual is unique and deserves personalized care that’s tailored to their specific needs. That’s why we take the time to listen to our patients and develop comprehensive treatment plans that address their unique goals and challenges.

From sports injuries to chronic conditions, our range of physical therapy services and state-of-the-art equipment is designed to help patients overcome a variety of challenges. Our team of skilled professionals includes registered physiotherapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, and more, all of whom have the expertise needed to provide exceptional care.

We use the latest equipment and techniques to ensure that our patients receive the highest level of care possible. Our treatment plans may include manual therapy, exercise therapy, electrotherapy, and other modalities that promote healing and quick recovery. We work closely with our patients and their doctors to monitor progress and make any necessary adjustments to their treatment plan.

At Physiomed, we’re committed to helping our patients achieve their goals and improve their overall well-being. Our team of professionals has the knowledge and experience needed to provide effective, personalized care that’s tailored to the patient’s needs. If you’re ready to take the first step towards a healthier, more active lifestyle, we invite you to contact us today to learn more about our physical therapy services. Our physiotherapy practices are contracted with EOPYY.

What conditions are treated?

At Physiomed, various conditions are effectively treated using state-of-the-art methods, ensuring that you receive the best possible care. The conditions we specialize in are:

  • Orthopedic Conditions (backache, Sciatica, Cervical Syndrome, Shoulder Periarthritis, Elbow Epicondylitis, Fractures, Discopathy, Spondylolisthesis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Kyphosis, Flatfoot, Heel Spur, Palmar Fasciitis, Ostoperative Total Joint Replacement Management, Amputations)
  • Cardiorespiratory Conditions (Coronary Artery Disease, Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Pulmonary Embolism, Respiratory Infections)
  • Neurological Conditions (Headaches – Migraines, Stroke – Hemiplegia, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Atrophy, Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Peripheral Nerve Injuries, Neuralgias, Paraplegia)
  • Sports-Related Injuries (Muscle Strains, Sprains, Shoulder Dislocation, Meniscus Tear, Ligament and Tendon Injuries and Ruptures, Tendinitis, Patellofemoral Syndrome, Bursitis, Bone Injuries)
  • Rheumatic Conditions (Osteoarthritis, Arthritis, Muscle Disorders, Scleroderma, Osteoporosis)
  • Various Other Conditions (Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Urinary and Fecal Incontinence, Phlebitis, ICU Patients, Burns, Postoperative Conditions)

Physiotherapy at home: At Physiomed, customer service is a priority for us, which is why we offer our services at home. We understand that in specific cases, physical therapy sessions are necessary, but transportation may not be possible. With our home physical therapy service, you can receive the care you need in the comfort of your own home. Our goal is to provide personalized care to meet the needs of each patient.

What rehabilitation techniques do we use at Physiomed?

Kinesiotherapy: Kinesiotherapy is the treatment through movement, which helps in dealing with chronic diseases and injuries through active and passive muscle movements as well as physical exercises. By applying exercise principles, it contributes to improving patient strength, endurance and mobility. This approach incoporates various exercises and techniques utilizing medical tools and massage therapy. Kinesiotherapy plays a crucial role in enchancing the patient’s overall physical well-being.

Mobilization of neural tissue: A method used to alleviate pain and weakness in patients who suffer from trapped nerves. This treatment is employed when other therapies fail to provide lasting relief of symptoms or when the cause of the problem is a trapped nerve. Optimal nerve tissue mobilization aims to improve mobility while it deals with the cause of the issue.

PNF Method: This specific method is a therapeutic approach used for the treatment of neurological and musculiskeletal issues, focusing on the body’s core. The goal of this method is to facilitate movement and improve an individual’s functionality by applying neurophysiological principles to both the motor and sensory aspects, while it enhances the neuromuscular recruitment. This method aids in strengthening, restoring joint mobility, improving endurance and enhancing the patient’s functionality.

Manual Therapy: A holistic therapeutic method that involes evaluating the problem both verbally and through clinical examination. This method applies mobilization techniques to joints, muscles, tendons, fascia, as well as nervous tissue. These techniques are carried out by using straps or exclusively by hand, depending on each patient’s specific needs.

Chiropractic: It is a therapy that involves the use of gentle adjustments to the spinal column in order to restore proper joint function and normal movement. This technique helps reduce the degeneration rate, improve muscle function and release spinal nerves.

Orthosomatic: Orthosomatics is necessary for proper physical activity, offering many therapeutic benefits. It focuses on individuals facing musculoskeletal problems or those who want to prevent them. Based on low-intensity body strengthening exercises, it contributes to proper posture and movement.

Pilates: In physiotherapy, it helps you deal with various mobility issues, such as paralysis, weakness, limited range of motion and inflexibility. It contributes to improving body posture, proper use of breath for better oxygenantion, increased energy, strength and flexibility. Additionally, besides stabilizing the core, it yields significant results in reducing depression, anxiety and relievining stress.

Therapeutic Massage: Therapeutic massage is a type of treatment that aims to relax and provide complete relief to the body, adapting to the specific needs of each individual patient. It acts by enhancing muscle tone and increasing flexibility. It can be used both as a supplementary therapy together with others, or independently. Its therapeutic properties stem from a variety of massage styles that can be applied according to the individual needs of each patient.

Reflexology: Its acts as an alternative therapy used to deal with various issues such as hormonal, headaches, musculosketal problems, allergies, vision problems, circulatory disorders, anxiety and stress. In combination with physiotherapy, reflexology, due to the scientific training of the physiotherapist, is used as a complementary rehabilitation therapy with the goal of providing relief to patients.

Trigger Point Therapy: It is a treatment method that involes applying firm pressure in a gentle, circular motion from the outside towards the center of the Trigger Point. The pressure applied depends on the patient’s tolerance. This specific technique is called ischemic pressure and is repeated according to the condition. It is an effective therapeutic approach that can provide relief from muscular pain and discomfort.

Kinesiotaping: A method for enhanced mobility and injury prevention. By using elastic tape with special Kinesiotaping tapes – which are elastic, self-adhesive and semi-permanent, muscle and joint movement can be facilitated while they protect you the from injuries.

Respiratory Physiotherapy: By engaging specific body parts such as the chest, the thoracic and lateral spinal joints as well as implementing tailored exercising programs, the physiotherapist aims to enhance the patients’s lung ventilation.

Dry Needling Methods: Using the dry needling method, which involves inserting a specialized needle into the muscle to release trigger points, this technique aids in relaxing tissue structures, providing relief from chronic pain incorporating patient’s mobility.

Physiotherapy Equipment 

Great emphasis is placed on equipment for the more effective and faster recovery of patients. Our equipment is categorized into basic and advanced.

Our basic equipment includes Diathermy (Microwave and Shortwave), Infrared Radiation, Hot-Cold Packs, Ultrasound, Electrotherapy, Biofeedback, Soft Laser, Polarized Light, Whirlpool, Paraffin Bath, Passive Mobilization (CPM), and Magnetic Fields.

Advanced Equipment

Shockwave Therapy: The shockwave therapy device is a non-invasive solution that offers an effective remedy for pain originating from the musculoskeletal system. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is widely used in the fields of physiotherapy, orthopedics and sports medicine. Its applications are primarily related to the treatment of chronic muscle and tendon conditions throughout the musculoskeletal system.

High Intensity Laser: The High Intensity Laser is designed to enhance local microcirculation and improve lymphatic drainage in the affected area. By combining bio-stimulation and photomechanical stimulation, this powerful laser device provides a truly unique therapeutic solution for the compromised tissue. Additionally, it offers excelent pain relief.

Tecar Therapy: Tecar Therapy is a treatment method that utilizes radio frequencies to enhance energy at the point of applcation by stimulating the natural regeneration and healing process of damaged tissues. It accelerates the restoration of mobility, ensuring faster recovery.

Super Inductive System (SIS): Therapy with the “Super Inductive System” (SIS) is based on the penetration of a high-intensity electromagnetic field into the body. This provides pain relief, promotes bone healing, muscle relaxation, muscle stimulation and strengthening, as well as joint mobilization. In addition, it alleviates intense severe muscle spasms by affecting the level of the nervous system that controls muscle tone.