Physiotherapy and Yoga – Which Is More Effective? | Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy and Yoga

What’s the difference between physiotherapy and yoga? Where do one start and the other begins? As with most “competing” disciplines, the boundaries are indeed very grey. For me, the physiotherapy and yoga stretching method in physical therapy is more specific to target muscle groups. Most of the yoga exercises are named after animals! The more relevant […]

Reasons Why Physical Therapy is Beneficial | Physiotherapy

Physical therapy

Reasons why physical therapy is beneficial Physical therapy helps people of all ages who have medical conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit their regular ability to move and function. A personalized physical therapy program can help individuals return to their previous level of functioning, encouraging activities and lifestyle changes that can help prevent further injuries […]

What does an exercise ball do? | Physiotherapy

Exercise Ball

What is an exercise ball? Therapy balls, also called yoga or exercise balls, are tools often used in the exercise, physical therapy, athletic training, and other ways to benefit the body by getting stronger. They can likewise help create net engine abilities, postural steadiness and reciprocal coordination. The exercise ball chair is a special chair […]

Exercise Bike Guidelines and Considerations | Physiotherapy

Exercise Bike

Everything you need to know about exercise bike Exercise bikes are among the most popular types of home fitness equipment. Riding a bike on an indoor exercise bike will help you lose weight and improve your fitness level; No matter where you start from, if you use your bike regularly, you will be fitter and […]

All About Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) | Physiotherapy

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

What is electrical muscle stimulation (ems)? Electrical stimulation is a technique that aims to stimulate muscles with an electric current to achieve a specific result. Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) involves delivering small, low-voltage electrical impulses to the muscle via electrodes placed on the skin, in order to cause the muscles to contract. Muscle contraction can have two […]

What is Isokinetics? | Physiotherapy


Overview of isokinetics Since its establishment 10 years ago, our centre has been equipped with an isokinetic dynamometer, which allows for muscle assessment as well as rehabilitation sessions with the use of “isokinetics”. Isokinetics is an innovative system that has already been reinforced at the boundaries between different fields: rehabilitation, sports medicine, trauma therapy … […]