Orthopedic physiotherapy

Work accidents or road accidents, sports injuries, back pain, neck pain or headaches, lack of flexibility and stiffness ...

Problems treated

  • Work or motor vehicle accidents
  • Sports injuries
  • Back, neck or head pains
  • Lack of flexibility and stiff articulations
  • Problems linked to posture (scoliosis, kyphosis, misfit workstation)
  • Arthritis, osteoarthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, capsulitis
  • After effects from sprain or fracture
  • Shoulder calcium deposit
  • Plantar fasciitis, calcaneal spur (Lenoir’s spur)
  • After effects from orthopedics surgery (for example, repair of tendons or meniscus)
  • Problems in the jaw: cracking or locking jaw, pain when chewing, difficulty in opening the mouth, headaches and teeth clenching
  • Lactiferous duct blocking
  • Any problem related to incapacitating musculoskeletal pain
  • Loss of autonomy

Treatments available

  • Manual therapy allowing mobilization of various vertebral or peripheral articulations in order to regain mobility and to relieve articulation pain.
  • Manipulations by massaging, physical and therapeutic stretching allowing to regain muscle flexibility and to release tension or spasm. A jet of cooling liquid can be sprayed on the muscle to freeze it and to gain more muscular flexibility.
  • Various taping techniques can be used to stabilize an articulation and/or to reduce swelling (following a sprain or a muscle malfunction), or to relieve pain (resulting from a tendinitis or a pulled muscle, for example).
  • Vertebral traction therapy in order to reduce pain, muscular tension or to allow the reduction of a hernia, most often of a lumbar nature.
  • Electrotherapy which combines various instruments aimed at reducing inflammation, aching and promoting the healing of injured tissues.
  • Iontophoresis to reduce calcium deposits (most often found in the shoulder) as well as plaque-level inflammation in Peyronie’s disease.
  • A personalized exercise programme suited to address the problems of each individual.
  • Judicious advice regarding your return to work, changes to make to adapt a workstation, your return to the practise of a sport or a leisure activity.