Rehabilitation is a combination of medical, psycological and social procedures aimed at helping a person re-establish or restore health.

In physiotherapy it is common after surgery or prolonged immobility such as fractures or dislocations, ruptured discs, amputations, sprains, arthritis or osteoarthritis, congenital torticollis and neurological pathology.

Acupuncture is a Chinese traditional medicine technique that involves the insertion and manipulation of needles in the body in order to restore the health and wellbeing of the patient, being very effective in treating pain.

We use it to treat lumbago, neck pain or sciatica, in mild sleep disorders, allergies, headaches, menstrual pain and anxiety.

Is a therapeutic massage technique that involves a series of smooth manual movements that drain or displace the blocked lymph to healthy lymphatic areas for normal evacuation into the venous stream.

It is suitable for treating sprains, contusions, tenosynovitis, joint pain, venous return deficit or post mastectomy lymphedema.

It is a method of evaluation and three-dimensional treatment by movements and pressures sustained throughout the fascia system to eliminate its restrictions and restore the functional balance of the body.

As a preventive or palliative treatment in musculoskeletal pathologies.

The benefits of softer or more superficial techniques provide relaxation and promote sleep, while the more intense techniques relieve and eliminate specific ailments of the body.

In cases of muscle tension or stiffness, torticollis, contractures, cramps and spasms, back pain, leg heaviness and minor sleep disturbances.

They occur when the human body loses the ability to maintain its biomechanical balance, this type of injury is usually the result of overexertion, trauma or overextension.

Bruises, traumas, muscle contractions and strains, tendonitis, periostitis, plantar fasciitis, pubalgia or back pain are common.

A form of diagnosis and mechanical therapy that evaluates and treats the symptoms, and the alteration of mobility, in problems of the spine and extremities.

It consists of an initial evaluation of the symptomatology and its affect on mobility that will serve as a point of reference after carrying out the exercises. These exercises, easy to execute, give the patient control of their mechanical pathology.


Specific technique in the treatment of myofascial trigger points, which consists of the introduction of a needle into the muscle in order to normalize it.

Kinesio tape or neuromuscular bandage acts on proprioceptive receptors of the skin. It is suitable for the pathology of soft tissues and the lymphatic system.

Involves assessing and mobilizing neural tissue susceptible to being injured as a source of pain, blockage or restriction of body mobility.