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Mo-Do von 08:00 - 20:00
Freitag 08:00 - 19:00


Mo-Fr von 08:00 - 13:00

Physiotherapy Clinic S.P.O.T.

Physiotherapy is a health care profession directed at evaluating, restoring and maintaining physical function. This is achieved through education, prevention, and treatment of the injury or disease. The objective of Physiotherapy is to identify and treat the source of the problem.

Physiotherapists are trained to assess the underlying causes of joint, muscle and nerve injuries and provide effective treatment so you can resume your normal lifestyle as soon as possible.

How do we work?

In order to determine what your actual problem is, we will ask you various questions related to your condition. Next, a number of specialized tests will be performed to determine which tissues are affected and to what extent.

Afterwards we will explain the nature of your problem, the treatment approach, the prognosis and prevention of reoccurrence. A treatment plan which is tailor made for you will be designed in order to let you return in everyday activities or sport as fast as possible. This may include manual therapy techniques such as joint mobilisation, stretching, manipulation, myofascial work or soft tissue release techniques. It could also mean muscle balance exercises, postural correction or light weight training. Continuous reassessment ensures progress and treatment is modified as necessary.

In order to ensure a successful treatment and speedy recovery, you need to be fully committed to your treatment plan. The treatment sessions at S.P.O.T. are only part of the process.

S.P.O.T. at your service:

Adress: Große Neugasse 28/2/8, A-1040 Wien
Tel.: +43-1-585 62 60
Fax: +43-1-90 76 223
E-Mail: praxis@spot.co.at

Opening hours : Mo–Th: 8.00–20.00 h, Fr: 8.00–14.00 h

Registration: Mo–Fr: 8:00–13:00 h, We 16.00–19.00 h

Common conditions successfully treated by physiotherapy are:

  • Acute or chronic neck, upper and lower back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Severe Headache and Migraine
  • Postural problems including chronic neck/shoulder discomfort
  • Stiffness and decreased mobility
  • Rehabilitation after surgery
  • Pain, swelling, and discomfort
  • Repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel, tennis/golfers elbow
  • Tendonitis, bursitis
  • Sport injuries

 

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