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Extensive combination therapy Our treatment concept Manual Medicine and Chirotherapy Physiotherapy      Physiotherapy exercises      Treadmill therapy, the Giger MD® system and the Galileo vibration system      Ergotherapy      Massage      Provision of aids Extracorporeal shock wave therapy Provision of aids Therapy goal and frequency of treatments


The most important task of physiotherapy is to transform improvements in the potential for movement obtained through the use of manual medicine, osteopathic techniques, extracorporeal shock waves and massages during the extensive combination therapy into the individual’s best possible movement capabilities.

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In the extensive combination therapy the patients receive the physiotherapy indicated for them for 45 minutes on each working day, and this is supplemented if necessary by approx. 10 minutes of treatment on the treadmill. On the treadmill, special training in walking is carried out by, when it is necessary, the physiotherapist placing the patient’s feet individually on the treadmill. Many patients can practise the walking movements better if some of their weight is taken by a supportive belt.

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