Diploma in Physiotherapy


What is physiotherapy?

Definition of physiotherapy according to the WHO: Physiotherapy is the art and science of physical treatment that helps restore movement and function when someone has been affected by injury, illness or disability.

Anyone can participate in the process of strengthening and healing of the body. Not just those with serious medical conditions or after serious injuries. But also those who suffer from back pain and minor injuries, as these conditions can often intensify over time.

We adapt new technical advances to clinical reasoning and classic physiotherapy treatment techniques. And thus complement the complete recovery of various pathologies, helped by Ultrasound.

In our health center we work with techniques based on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. We also work with invasive techniques such as dry needling, acupuncture or percutaneous neuromodulation, always accompanied by ultrasound. All this basing our physiotherapy diagnosis on clinical analysis guided by a good anamnesis and its corresponding clinical tests..

Pathologies and injuries

  • Cervicalgia, back pain, low back pain, hernias, protrusions...
  • Contractures, tendinopathies, tears, menisci, sprains, tendinosis, fractures, osteoporosis, dislocations, epicondylitis...
  • Osteoarthritis, Arthritis, knee and hip prostheses.
  • Venous insufficiency, varicose veins, tired legs...
  • Temporomandibular Disorders (TMJ).
  • Cervical pain, headaches, migraines, TMJ dysfunction, bruxism.
  • Back pain, low back pain, hernias, protrusions.
  • Contractures, tendinopathies, tears, meniscopathy, sprains, tendinosis, fractures, dislocations, epicondylitis.
  • Osteoarthritis, knee, hip, shoulder prosthesis.
  • Venous insufficiency.
  • Temporomandibular disorders.
  1. Our body is losing mobility in muscles and joints.
  2. And we self-medicate by masking the pain without solving the problem.
  3. Acute pain that is not treated in time becomes chronic.
  4. Injuries that go unnoticed can be difficult to resolve over time.
  5. Nothing hurts, the normal thing is that nothing hurts; Pain is an alert from our body.