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The quality of work with patients and the meeting with the latest methods of treatment and rehabilitation starts with our many years of experience of our staff, cooperation with top experts and constant education and training.
The BOBATH concept is an individual therapeutic approach that is based on the re-learning of normal movement and posture, and is focused on solving problems for people who have difficulty in functioning, holding or moving for damage to the central nervous system (stroke, head injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's ... and so on)
The aim of the treatment is to optimally improve the performance of daily activities as well as other participation in society. Everyone has the potential to improve the movement by choosing the placements, activities and techniques that match them and their motor skills.
The therapist works with the patient, gives clear information to his hands and learns it again or improves the performance of certain movements and activities of everyday life.
PNF Concept of Physical Therapy - Advantage is on the path of recovery after stroke, injury, and operative surgery. Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) is a concept that is based on the fact that every person has unused psycho-physical features (like the example of a mother who raised a car because the child was below it).
The greatest distinctive feature of the concept is that the patient's body is actively involved in the therapy because the physiotherapist requires certain movements that are very similar to the usual movements during the day, but with minimal resistance to a real muscle response. By acting on the neuromuscular system in this way, the patient learns movements again, eg after stroke or brain injury, encourages or facilitates the work of the muscles, increases the range of movement, improves coordination, strengthens muscle strength and reduces pain and fatigue.
The concept can be used in a large number of patients and diagnoses for, for example, neurological diseases such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, head and back injury, child and adult movement disorders, but also after fractures and operative interventions, scoliosis, sports injuries .
Regular physical therapies carried out in the Institution of Glavić are:
electrotherapy (TENS, galvanic current, interference current
exercises for a motor and a fine motor
Exercise of precision, movement coordination, balance and balance
individual and group physiotherapy exercises
Tip: Therapies need comfortable, preferably sportswear, suitable for exercise and pure footwear.problem - from the patient's / client's arrival comes all in one place: information, advice and expert assistance.
The MAITLAND concept of manual therapy functions in a way that each physiotherapist is individually approaching to his patient whose progression is followed by the patient's arrival until the last stage of his therapy. Through specific treatments based on scientific research, the patient obtains daily tasks that he previously worked with a physiotherapist, thus gaining insight into every improvement, progress, and therapeutic effect.
Maitland's manual therapy specifically helps with acute pain, postoperative conditions, hip, knee, elbow, shoulder, or various sports injuries requiring proper diagnosis to perform proper rehabilitation.
Therapy is mostly used in the following conditions:
back problems (disk, pharyngeal joints, nerve root problems)
neck problems and problems that arise from the cervical spine
artiritis (knee, hip, spine)
problems with temporal mandibular joint, headache, or facial pain
- nerve irritation
- knee pain
- elbow pain ('' tennis elbow '')
- problems with the fist (contractures or carpal tunnel syndrome)
- problems with the foot