Physiotherapy, focused on movement therapy, is an advanced massage therapy technique aimed at precisely targeting the body's joints. It proves effective for the prevention and relief of a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, such as tendonitis, bursitis, capsulitis, osteoarthritis prevention, loss of mobility, neck pain, sciatic nerve issues, lower back pain, and many others. Each physiotherapy session begins with a comprehensive health assessment, followed by a visual and palpation examination of posture, as well as specific tests to establish a tailored treatment plan. Once the protocol is chosen based on the pathology, the client can lie down on the massage table.
The therapist starts the session by gently warming the tissues involved using superficial maneuvers and applying warm compresses. Then, passive stretches are performed to gradually improve joint mobility. As the sessions progress, clients may observe significant improvements in their condition, with the benefits of physiotherapy becoming increasingly evident. Through this movement-focused approach, individuals can regain freedom of movement, alleviate pain, and enhance their quality of life.