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Conditions We Treat

The treatment plan for each condition should be tailored to individual needs. These explanations can help you understand each problem by providing an overview, but for specific conditions it is important to consult a professional health care provider.

Nerve Compression Problems

A pinched nerve is a condition caused by tissues around the spinal cord or joints pressing on the nerves. Physiotherapy includes special exercises to reduce nerve compression.

Rehabilitation after Fracture

Rehabilitation after fracture includes physiotherapy programs to accelerate healing of the fracture site, restore joint mobility and increase strength.

Heel Spur

A heel spur is a painful condition caused by pulling ligaments in the sole of the foot. Physiotherapy includes strengthening the foot muscles, flexibility exercises and special footwear recommendations.

Tennis and Golfer's Elbow

Tennis elbow and golfer's elbow are conditions that cause pain in the elbow muscles. Physiotherapy includes muscle strengthening and stretching exercises.

Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Myofascial pain syndrome is a condition that causes pain in the muscles and connective tissues. Physiotherapy includes massage, stretching and muscle tension reduction techniques.


Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by widespread muscle pain, fatigue and sleep disturbances. Physiotherapy includes gentle exercise, muscle relaxation techniques and pain management strategies.


Headaches can be caused by neck muscle tension, postural disorders or stress. Physiotherapy includes posture correction, muscle tension reduction and relaxation techniques.

Lumbar-Neck-Back Pain

These pains are often caused by posture disorders, disc problems or muscle tension. It is treated with physiotherapy, posture training, manual therapy and special exercise programs.

Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are injuries caused by strain of the ligaments. Physiotherapy includes improving mobility and stability, strengthening exercises and rehabilitation.
Shoulder Problems
Frozen Shoulder: It is a condition in which the range of motion of the shoulder is restricted. Physiotherapy includes exercises to increase shoulder flexibility and strengthening.
Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: A condition that occurs as a result of compression of the tendons in the shoulder. Treatment includes posture correction and strengthening exercises.
Rehabilitation after Shoulder Fracture, Dislocation and Surgery: It includes special rehabilitation programs aimed at restoring the normal functions of the shoulder in the postoperative period.

Neck Hernia

A cervical herniated disc is a condition that occurs as a result of strain on the discs between the cervical vertebrae. Physiotherapy provides support with neck exercises, manual therapy and posture correction methods.
Knee Problems
PFAS (Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome): A condition that causes pain between the kneecap and the thigh bone. Physiotherapy includes muscle strengthening and exercises to improve knee stability.
Meniscus Injury: Physiotherapy for meniscal tears in the knee includes strengthening and mobility exercises.
Osteoarthritis: Osteoarthritis of the knee is a condition that occurs as a result of wear and tear on the knee joint surfaces. Treatment includes exercise and pain management strategies.
Rehabilitation After Knee Surgery: Includes special exercise programs to restore knee function in the postoperative period.

Herniated Disc

A herniated disc is a condition that occurs when the discs between the vertebrae become strained. Physiotherapy can offer treatment to alleviate the symptoms of a herniated disc using specific exercises and manual therapy.

Acute Injuries

Acute conditions resulting from sports injuries or sudden trauma. Treatment starts with first aid, rest, ice application, compression and elevation (R.I.C.E. principles) and includes physiotherapy rehabilitation.

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