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Appointments and information:
Appointments and information:

Instrument assisted physiotherapy

The treatment has a therapeutic effect which relieves pain, reduces skin irritability, improves peripheral circulation and increases the nutritional condition of tissues.

Electromagnetic therapy

Electromagnetic therapy is a type of physical therapy in which tissues are affected on the cellular level by a low-frequency magnetic field.

Electromagnetic therapy has a strong anti-oedemic and circulation-improving effect. Electromagnetic therapy is primarily used in the case of injuries or phlebitis but it is also suitable for treating chronic arthritis.

Duration: up to 30 minutes

A physician’s referral is necessary to receive the service. The service is paid.

Procedures using impulse current

Procedures using impulse current are a type of physical therapy in which direct current and high- and low-frequency alternating current are used for therapy. Impulse current is an interrupted direct current, the effect of which depends on the duration of the impulse and the pause that follows, the frequency and the impulse form.

Current impulses irritate the nerve endings of the skin and mucous membranes, improving subcutaneous circulation, which in turn improves the nutrition of the skin and tissues. A treatment course is best (7-10 sessions).

The duration and frequency of the procedure is prescribed by the doctor.

A physician’s referral is necessary to receive the service. The service is paid.