Rehabilitation treats functional disorders or losses caused by accident, trauma, congenital disorders or other reasons, with various methods, which may help the patient to move easily in his daily life. Rehabilitation that is used in the treatment of many bone and muscle related diseases. It is a method that may be personalized according to the patient. Our department carries out rehabilitation measures and rehabilitation treatment for all rheumatic diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic spondylitis, ankylosing spondylitis, osteoarthritis, systemic scleroderma, as well as diseases of the musculoskeletal system of a traumatic and degenerative nature.


  • Perioperative rehabilitation – before and after arthroscopy and arthroplasty (joint replacement)
  • Cervical hernia, arthritis, poor posture, and so on.
  • Spinal hernia, curvature of the spine, arthritis, back pain during pregnancy
  • Shoulder pain, ruptured shoulder, shoulder frostbite,
  • Muscle pain, scoliosis, poor posture, curvature of the back brace
  • Wrists pains, elbows, hips, knee and ankle
  • Fibromyalgia and soft tissue diseases,
  • Myofascial pain syndrome
  • New line orthopedic rehabilitation: Hip and knee prosthesis, meniscus, anterior cruciate ligament, orthopedic procedures performed on areas such as how to treat, as well as after a fracture, displacement, to remove movement restriction
  • Rehabilitation of patients with rheumatic diseases:
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Systemic scleroderma
  • Ankylosing
  • Spondyloarthritis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Traumatic injuries
  • Development of contracts
  • Aesthetic rheumatology
  • Overweight and body shaping


  • Galvanization and medicinal electrophoresis:

Application of a direct low voltage electric current (up to 80 mA) and small strength (up to 50 mA), by using contact electrodes for therapeutic purposes. Additionally, medicinal electrophoresis is applied

  • Diadynamic therapy:

A therapeutic method that uses pulsed currents. The currents activate blood circulation, improve tissue trophism, stimulate metabolic processes, and have an analgesic effect

  • Amplipulse therapy:

A medical method that applies a sinusoidal pulsed current that helps peripheral nervous system traumas and diseases accompanied by reflexo-tonic and pain syndromes; diseases of vegetative section of nervous system accompanied by neurotrophic and vascular disorders; nervous system diseases accompanied by movement disorders in the form of central, peripheral and mixed paresis and paralysis

  • Electrical stimulation:

The method of therapeutic action by impulse currents in order to stimulate or enhance the activity of certain organs or systems. The most commonly used electrostimulation of motor nerves and muscles

  • Ultrasound therapy and drug phonophoresis:

Ultrasound has an analgesic, absorbable, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic effect. To enhance individual effects, drug administration is applied

  • Local cryotherapy and cryoelectromyostimulation:

The treatment relies on the body’s responses to cooling to + 10-15 °C that creates a powerful irritating effect without damaging the tissue, which causes a number of positive changes in the immune, circulatory and other systems of the body

  • Lymphatic drainage:

The procedure is conducted with VIP Lipo Line Duo device, which allows for a course of treatment (usually 10 procedures) to achieve a clearly visible reduction of excess fat and cellulite, reshaping the contour, with a gradual reduction in circumferences and improvement of skin texture

  • Massage:

A therapeutic method that applies a dosed mechanical and reflex effect on the organs and tissues of the body, conducted by a masseur or a special device

  • Guided exercise therapy:

The treatment applies physical exercises for therapeutic and prophylactic purposes. It uses strictly dosed exercises against the background of correct breathing

  • Magnetotherapy

A therapy procedure that uses magnetic fields without any side effects. The magnetic field has such a versatile therapeutic effect that helps treating a number of diseases. The aim is to improve the blood circulation and the condition of the blood vessels. Another component is the restoration of regular cell polarity, altered due to changes in human organs. The third is the activation of the enzyme systems

  • TRACTION THERAPY (of the cervical, lumbar spine)

It has a therapeutic effect on body tissues using dosed traction; one of the main components in the treatment of most spine diseases, including osteochondrosis, scoliosis, intervertebral hernia

  • Thermotherapy
  • Tens
  • Laser
  • Hot Pack
  • Paraffin bath
  • Infrared
  • Plasmolifting
  • Carboxytherapy

Cold packs, compresses and cooling sprays are used in cryotherapy, a treatment with cold applications. Other methods may vary from drug therapy, mechanical therapy (massage, manual therapy, traction, etc.) to the exercise applications. In addition, modern treatment methods such as PRP and carboxytherapy are applied by the physicians in our clinic’s physiotherapy department.