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09:00 – 11:30

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"Our mission is the availability of high quality and complete physiatric services with continuous improvement of the quality of work, monitoring of the most up to date doctrines and enhancements in order to provide maximum in prevention, rehabilitation and rehabilitation of patients' injuries."

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The Sporticus Medical Center is made up of a team of experts (including external associates) ready to take care of your health at all times with your knowledge, experience, cure and courtesy, respecting the highest standards, the principles of contemporary medicine and the recommendations of the World Health Organization. Patients' reception is done in an equipped and warm ambience, where you will always feel comfortable and be welcomed.

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The shoulder is characterized by pain in the shoulder area and limited movements. Hearing shoulder is defined as periartritis humeroscapularis (PHS). The cause of the painful shoulder can be classified into five groups, including subacromyalgia syndrome, rotator cuff rupture, calcification of shoulder tendonitis, frozen shoulder, arthrosis of the humeroscopular and acromioclavicular joint, and shoulder back. Physical therapy is the method of choice in conservative treatment of painful shoulders. Therapeutic goal of physical therapy is focused on the basic difficulties, namely pain relieving, maintaining the volume of movement, and preventing contractures. The base of the therapeutic approach of the painful shoulder to prevent adverse contractions is kinesitherapy and cryotherapy. Analgesia can be achieved by electrotherapy, ultrasound therapy and laser therapy. The most important role in treating painful shoulders is kinesitherapy, whose use should restore full shoulder mobility.
Modern lifestyle, multifaceted computer work, long-distance driving and physical inactivity are just some of the factors that induce mechanical disorders of the cervical spine structure and result in the onset of painful conditions. Also, the causes of pain in the cervical spine may also be a sudden movement and generally bad posture. Types of pain in the neck of the spine due to accurate localization and spread of pain, and the existence of other associated symptoms, the neck pain is divided into: cervical syndrome, cervico-caryal and cervical-obstructive syndrome. In treating neck pain syndrome, the primary goal of all therapeutic procedures is to reduce pain, improve circulation and relax muscles, restore function and prevent deterioration of condition. In acute phase most important is shorter sleep, taking analgesics / antiinflammatory drugs, myorelacanthans and, if necessary, shortness of cranial spine immobilization. Very good results are also the application of kinesiotape. Physical therapy is applied in the chronic phase through various procedures including electrotherapy, therapeutic ultrasound, magnetotherapy, therapeutic laser, medical massage, and in some cases traction / decompression therapy is required. The most important role is kinesitherapy, which begins when the pains in the neck of the spine stop. Exercises achieve mobility, stretch shortened and strengthen weak muscles.
The modern unhealthy lifestyle and the inadequacy of the upright posture of the spinal column at high loads that focus precisely on the lumbar spine, leads to damage to lumbar spine. The causes of pain in the back are most often combinations of different factors: aging, osteoporosis, clogging of the anterior plate, muscular weakness, physical effort, obesity, etc. The acute phase is applied as short as possible in the position that best suits the person with this painful condition. Pain works against analgesics and nonsteroidal antireumatics. Physical therapy for back pain syndrome plays a major role in reducing pain, facilitating movements, improving circulation and relaxing the muscles. Electrotherapy, therapeutic ultrasound, therapeutic laser, magnetotherapy and manual massage are used in therapeutic procedures. If necessary, pain reduction is followed by traction / decompression therapy. Of great importance in the treatment of chronic pain in the back has kinesitherapy or rehabilitation exercises program. The aim of exercising is to maintain the mobility of the lumbar spine and strengthen the paravertebral muscles. In order to prevent the back pain syndrome, it is essential to regularly exercise and to keep the body properly.
Scoliosis denotes the spinal column curve in the frontal plane, which is characterized by lateral distortion of a part or whole spin with or without rotation. Scoliosis is divided into functional istruktural. The common name for functional scoliosis is "colloidal holding" and does not contain fixed anatomical changes. They differ considerably from structural, because they do not have a rib crust or rotation components, and have radiographically a slight curvature. Structural scoliosis is characterized by a lateral, frontal curve that disappears from the front of the body with a visible rotation of the pendulum. There is a change in the structure and morphology of the body of thought. Early detection of scoliosis is very important in order to prevent the progression of this postural deformity in order to reduce the functional disability caused by its progression and other negative consequences on health. The child should be included in the program of targeted exercises for correcting deformity and muscle strengthening. An important three-dimensional Schroth method consists of specific spinal curve exercises and corrective breathing techniques. The purpose of these exercises is to derail, correct, and correct the spine in the sagittal plane as it rises. The key to successful therapy is to work constantly on correcting spikes.
Proper selection of the rehabilitation program depends primarily on the exact diagnosis that the patient receives from a specialist physician. The whole process of rehabilitation is under constant supervision of an expert rehabilitation team. Rehabilitation is planned and adjusted individually, depending on the general condition of the patient, the type or severity of the condition or disease, the planned or planned operation, and the patient's needs and capabilities. The goal of the rehabilitation team is to reduce pain, stimulate the healing process, improve tone of weakened muscle, affect tissue elasticity, reduce the tension of individual muscle groups, and improve functional recovery after completion of rehabilitation. During rehabilitation, in addition to improving mobility, strength and endurance, the patient will acquire knowledge and skills to maintain the achieved results in daily life, prevent re-injuries and slow degenerative processes.
Pain and stress are inextricably linked and enhance the effect of each other. Pain increases stress, and stress increases the pain. Increased frequency of these disturbances is also significantly affected by stressful situations that are virtually impossible to escape under today's conditions, which are highly affecting the tension of the muscles. Muscle is an inseparable part of the psyche, which is why psychic stress affects muscle spasms. For people who have reduced physical activity, spend a lot of time on a computer or in a car and have certain deadlines, the pain will automatically increase. Each person needs to take a little time to herself and her health to actively engage in some of the physical activities such as walking, running, swimming, stretching exercises, stretching and strengthening muscles, to get new energy and to they were easier to handle with all the stressful situations and lead a life without pain.
The overwhelming weight of the bag itself, the heavy books, too small and too large, and the habit of wearing irregular bags are some of the most common factors that affect the problems of posture, the entire body. Pre-school schoolbags can lead to disturbed static spinal columns, which may result in the appearance of lapis, scoliosis and lordosis (spinal deformation). At school level, from the earliest age, it is necessary to teach children how to properly hold the body, to deal with sports and to avoid habits that may adversely affect their health. Experts in dealing with posture / holding the body are that the child's spinal column can withstand a school bag of roughly 10-15% of its body weight.

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