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Mon - Fri08:00 - 20:00
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Physiotherapist’s consultation Massage Kinesio Taping Recovery course Sauna
Physiotherapist’s / kinesitherapist’s consultation
The consultation consists of three stages and lasts up to 1.5 h:

1) 1) Medical history, explaining the principles of the kinesitherapy according to Dr. Bubnovsky’s methods, peculiarities of the recovery period;

2) Performing myofascial topographic diagnostics (by our kinesitherapist), which allows to detect even hidden musculoskeletal disorders;

3) Assessment of the patient’s functional condition using the patented multifunctional MTB exercise equipment in the rehab room.

The first cycle recovery program is created based on what is diagnosed during all the stages.
Massage - a combination of mechanical and reflective techniques that acts on the tissues and organs through pressure, rubbing and vibration applied to the patient’s skin

The skin and muscle receptors sense external irritations and transmit that to the central nervous system. Depending on the massage techniques used, the flow of impulses can stimulate and increase the tone of the central nervous system or, do the opposite - produce a relaxing effect that positively affects the functioning of all physiological systems in the body.

Therapeutic massage is applied at all stages, both, during the treatment process and after it - during the rehabilitation phase, with no limitations at all.

When massage is recommended:

Recommended to all healthy people to prevent various illnesses and to stay toned;
Muscular pains, myositis;
Back pain, lower back pain, neck pain caused by degenerative-dystrophic processes in the spine (including osteochondrosis and radiculitis);
After bruises, muscle sprains, muscle changes;
Fractures at all stages of healing;
Functional disorders after fractures and sprains (joint stiffness and contractures, muscle changes, scar tissue);
Arthritis including rheumatoid, subacute and chronic stages;
Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum (not exacerbated and unhealed);
Neuralgia and neuritis not during exacerbation;
Paralysis, both spastic and lethargic;
Chronic heart muscle failure;
Arterial hypertension. Hypertension;
Arterial hypotension;
Rehabilitation period after myocardial infarction;
Chronic gastritis;
Impaired colon motor function;
Bronchitis - in the subacute and chronic stages;
Pneumonia - during recovery and in chronic form.

Kinesio Taping

Kinesio tapes are special latex-free cotton tapes with a thermo-active acrylic coating that resemble the human skin according to their elasticity. The term kinesio taping is made up of two words "kinesio" (motion) and "tape" (tape), also known as "kinesiology taping". Above all, kinesiology taping is a therapy that aims not to restrict movement but to increase the range of motion. If properly applied, the tape does not restrict movement. The structure of the patch makes it possible to use it for several days, both, in dry circumstances and in water.

Main activity mechanics:

The space under the tape increases, which is achieved by stretching it;
Muscle tone is altered because the tape is working on the proprio- and the interoreceptors;
Motion pattern correction by applying the tape in the direction of the motion vector;
Regulation of visceral disorders working on the muscles involved in the viscera;
Reduction of the pain syndrome, according to Melzac's and Wall's theory of "entrance gate" and also due to the reduced compression;
Reduction of edema syndrome and lymphostasis because the tapes ensure the right course of sanogenetic processes;
Wound healing and hematoma absorption is accelerated due to improved microcirculation;
Stabilization of joints and improvement of their function due to the effect on the musculoskeletal apparatus.

Recovery course consisting of 12 sessions - 3 cycles

During the 1st cycle, an individual exercise / workout program is developed, consisting of specific, individual exercises based on the consultative examination and assessments of the functional status of the patient. The purpose of the first cycle is to get rid of the pain without medication as well as to restore ability to work and also to get rid of the fear connected with exercising. During the first cycle, sauna therapy is introduced, which is also an important part of this method.

During the second cycle, the coach would make the exercise program more complicated introducing more interesting and more effective exercises on the floor.

During the third cycle, the achieved results would be reinforced, and new practices on the exercise machines would be carried out. Those would include super series, "pyramids" and the free-weight exercise machines.

After completing the three-cycle course, with the permission of a physiotherapist, it is possible to purchase a subscription to 12 classes for independent preventive workout sessions in our gym. Price - 200 eur.

Sauna (included in subscription)

Balneo procedures are highly recommended after exercising. Sauna before exercising or just a sauna visit does not provide the necessary healing effect. In some cases, it can even be harmful to your health. Sauna is recommended 10-15 minutes after exercising to stabilize the heart rate and breathing.

Before the sauna procedure, it is recommended to drink hot tea (with honey) to facilitate the release of perspiration (the so-called internal shower).

Everybody should shower before the Balneo procedure.

There are two reasons to take the first shower. Firstly, it is hygienic to shower after exercising. Secondly, it helps thermoregulation of the body. When entering a sauna, one’s body should be wet it ensures a more even heat exchange between the body and the warm air. For this reason, you do not need to use a towel after showering because your body should stay wet. One’s head also needs to get wet under the shower.

After showering you should enter the sauna. Please cover your head with a special woollen hat. It is recommended to have no clothes while using the sauna. If you want to wear a swimsuit, it should not be synthetic. Use your personal towel to sit on. To ensure that the body heats up evenly it is recommended to keep the feet on the same level.

After being sufficiently heated up (sweating), a cooling procedure is required – a shower, a bath, or even a bucket of cold water. If for some reason, the cooling procedure is not acceptable, it is not recommended to use the sauna. A sauna visit without some cooling procedure is much worse than not using a sauna at all.