Medical director: Doc. Cinchini Elisabetta
Physiotherapy offers specialist diagnostic services, consultancy and physiotherapy treatment for any trauma, joint and post-operative problem.
Through instrumental physical therapies and manual treatments most suited to the specific situation of each patient, the physiotherapist deals with the rehabilitation from injuries and surgeries and the functional re-education of the limbs. In addition, it quickly and effectively resolves joint and muscle discomfort of a cervical, lumbar and disc type.
At the Quisisana accredited private hospital it is possible to undergo a physiotherapy visit in Ferrara and undertake the most suitable therapeutic path.
The physiotherapy visit, for a fee and not affiliated with the National Health System, is used to identify the existence of a trauma, orthopedic, neurological or angiological problem. Or it is prescribed after surgery, a pathology or a condition that has forced immobility for a long time (total or partial).
As part of the physiotherapy assessment, the specialist assesses the degree of motor, sensory and cognitive function of the patient, in order to establish the most suitable treatment path. A path that may include manual therapies, gymnastics and the use of machinery such as laser, tecar or ultrasound.
The physiotherapy visit consists of a first phase of anamnesis in which the doctor analyzes the patient's symptoms and obtains information about his lifestyle (physical activity, work activity, previous pathologies). Subsequently, the person's ability to move and his osteoartro-ligamentous function are analyzed in case a motor-type physiotherapy is necessary. If the patient needs neurological rehabilitation, his cognitive abilities will also be examined.
No particular preparation is required, but it is necessary to bring with you the results of any exams performed (radiographs, CT scans, resonances).
The physiotherapist, often in collaboration with other specialists, works on a variety of pathologies.
In general, the physiotherapist is contacted if they are diagnosed or warned: