Unequivocally, when talking about physiotherapy or osteopath, the first thing that comes to mind is massage, but the truth is that its scope and related activities go much further. In recent years, they have expanded the ailments they treat, in addition to using sophisticated machinery to achieve 100% recovery of the patient.
The Leonese company Grupo Fisioclinicas has its flag in physiotherapy and for this reason its professionals do not stop training and keep up to date with all the news in their world. Thus, the physios of this clinic not only provide massages or exercises but also use the latest machinery for a better and greater recovery.
One of its most used devices are shock waves, which consist of the application of high-energy acoustic waves that can be generated in different ways.
«Specifically, between one and four waves are applied per second, depending on the head. This one focuses the waves through a gel»
«This treatment tends to accelerate the production of the collagen necessary for the reconstruction of any type of tissue. It also allows calcifications to be dissolved, so it obtains analgesic and anti-inflammatory results, but also a temporary increase in vascularization, among other results », he admits.
For this reason, these shock waves are widely used in regenerative medicine as well as in musculoskeletal rehabilitation to treat inflammation, calcification, chondral processes and for pain relief.
Emfield Pro by Zymmer
But Grupo Fisioclinicas continues to work on adapting the most innovative technology to its clinic, completing the different technological therapies with which they work to treat their patients’ injuries in the best way.
Along these lines, in recent months they have incorporated the application of high-intensity magnetic fields, also called inductive therapy, with the Emfield Pro equipment from the German company Zymmer, a device that reaches the different pathologies of the musculoskeletal system.
High intensity inductive therapy is based on the 3 Tesla magnetic field that the Emfield pro generates, being 600 times higher than the fields of conventional magnetotherapy that are usually used in physiotherapy centers.
Emfield Pro by Zymmer
“In this way, the nerve cells, the muscles and, as a consequence, the blood vessels are stimulated. All this improves circulation, defines muscle tone, improves pain and activates the process of tissue regeneration»
Thus, the professional continues by pointing out that this treatment can be both static and dynamic, “depending on what we want to achieve, we adjust to the needs of patients,” she points out. “Some of the programs that we can find as default are acute and chronic pain as well as inflammation,” says Gil, who adds that in advanced treatments there are also bone edema, neuromodulation, frozen shoulder fracture, tendinopathy or muscle tears. “It is a non-invasive and painless method, so it is quite pleasant for the patient”, he points out while concluding, highlighting that the pathologies that benefit most from this therapy are fractures, bone edema, osteoarthritis, contusions, tendonitis, low back pain or fibrillary ruptures, among others.
One of the peculiarities of the treatments applied in the Physioclinic Group is the treatment from the inside, trying to work on the tissues and the cells themselves. In this line, the diamagnetic pump stands out, a revolution both in health and in sports since it integrates the latest technological advances such as diamagnetic theory and the study of human physiology in a device that unites the efficiency and excellence of musculoskeletal treatments. .
This revolutionary equipment is based on diamagnetotherapy, a non-invasive therapeutic method that harnesses the strength of high-intensity, low-frequency magnetic fields. These fields are capable of activating cellular mechanisms in many pathologies, significantly reducing treatment times and improving the quality of life of patients.
“This machinery enables certain specific mechanisms of cellular action to be activated and induce positive physiological responses in musculoskeletal and nerve pathologies. In this way, changes are produced inside the cells that intervene in tissue repair, reabsorption of edema and accelerate cellular metabolic processes»
The professional assures that with this treatment there is a much faster recovery of the patient, as well as being painless and non-invasive. “In addition to aesthetic medicine, it also treats muscle and tendon injuries, degenerative pathologies of the osteoarticular apparatus, fractures and pseudarthroses, vascular pathology of the bone as well as rheumatic and inflammatory diseases or in sports medicine pubalgia, tendinitis, contractures, muscle strains, sprains, effects of distortions and bruises, among other ailments”, warns the specialist.
But without a doubt, one of the great known in the recovery of injuries is laser therapy, although it has undergone qualitative changes in recent times that have already reached the Physioclinic Group, as narrated by Paloma Marcos, physiotherapist.
The laser in physiotherapy involves sending an electromagnetic beam to a certain area of the body in this case for therapeutic purposes. Laser therapy acts on cells under the principles of biostimulation and photomechanical stimulation. In physiotherapy, the laser can work under different intensities or powers, on which the wavelength will also depend. The wavelength and the power are decisive for the penetration capacity of the laser in the tissue. The longer the wavelength, the greater the penetration capacity.
“During this process, the infrared laser light acts on the tissues at the cellular level, increasing circulation and thus the supply of nutrients, water and oxygen. With this, it is possible to relieve pain and reduce inflammation as well as stimulate the healing of wounds and soft tissues between tissues, ”explained the physiotherapist.
Laser therapy is painless, and although there is an increase in temperature in the treated area, it is not invasive. It has no absolute contraindications.
Laser therapy is painless, and although there is an increase in temperature in the treated area, it is not invasive. Marcos adds that laser therapy “has no absolute contraindications.”
Some of the ailments that are treated with this methodology are tendinitis, bursitis, sprains and other acute pathologies as well as ulcers and open wounds. And it is that laser therapy has become essential in advanced physiotherapy treatments.
Undoubtedly, these are just some of the benefits of the advanced machinery used by Grupo Fisioclínicas for the recovery and treatment of the human body, since the professionals of this Leonese company keep up to date with all the latest developments in this field with the only goal of helping their patients.
#deepest #rehabilitation #hands #Grupo #Fisioclinicas