• Clinical examination and assessment.
  • We use only science based rehabilitation methods.
  • Objective assessment and monitoring using modern and scientific methods for optimal rehabilitation planning.
  • We always aim to find and address the mechanisms and not just symptoms.


Diagnostics and therapy



To provide the highest level of rehabilitation planning and implementation, we always objectively and subjectively assess the patient’s state. We perform an in-depth clinical physiotherapeutic and kinesiological examination (injury history, posture evaluation, manual testing, joint provocative tests and assessment of functional patterns). If required, additional biomechanical tests of strength, power, stability and balance can be carried out. 




Kinesiotherapy (movement therapy) is a physiotherapeutic approach where movement plays the central role. Our approach can be described as a strategy to improve the integral movement function of the human body, which combines the elements of flexibility, mobility, strength, stability and between-joint coordination. Following the diagnostics prior to the therapy, each therapy aims to address the diagnosed deficit based on scientifically validated methods and protocols. Even though modern medicine treats kinesiotherapy as a form of conservative treatment and post-rehab rehabilitation, there is growing scientific evidence regarding the efficacy of kinesiotherapy as a form to prepare a patient for an operational procedure. 




We also use physical therapeutic modalities (electro-stimulation, magneto-stimulation, negative pressure therapy, ultrasound, laser, etc.) as complementary methods to the main method, that is kinesiotherapy. Most often these methods provide beneficial local effects to accelerate the tissue’s healing process.




A growing body of research showed that specific and tailored exercise improves musculoskeletal and functional deficits and lowers the risk of injury occurrence. The main advantage of our methods is that each exercise specifically targets weak links in the kinetic chain that are diagnosed prior to commencing the training program. It is worth noting that there is no absolute guarantee to prevent an injury occurrence, but the research is clear that the risks can be minimised.