Aktive Therapie

Active therapy is a treatment approach that involves the patient's active participation in the healing process. Instead of receiving passive treatments, such as massage or physical modalities, patients are encouraged to perform specific exercises and movements under the supervision of a physiotherapist. These exercises aim to improve the patient's strength, flexibility, coordination and functionality, while promoting autonomy in the management of their condition. Active therapies are often used to treat musculoskeletal problems such as sports injuries, joint and muscle pain, neurological rehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation.

Proprioception training

Proprioceptive training not only helps to prevent injury, it also speeds up the return to fitness and reduces the side-effects of injury. Whether in rehabilitation or professional sport, this form of training is indispensable for prevention, recovery and perfecting movement execution. It is also an essential part of the rehabilitation of neurological pathologies.

Muscle-strengthening exercises:

Patients perform targeted exercises to strengthen weakened or unbalanced muscles, which can help improve stability and joint function.


Stretching is used to improve muscle and joint flexibility. Patients perform controlled stretching movements to increase range of motion.

Functional rehabilitation exercises:

Patients work on specific movements related to their daily activities or sports to restore functionality.

Back stabilization exercises:

For back problems, spinal stabilization exercises can be prescribed to strengthen core muscles and improve posture. Functional core muscles are important for the prevention of injury and precision of mouvements.

Post-operative rehabilitation:

After surgery, active exercises are often used to promote healing and restore strength and mobility.

Cardiovascular training:

If the condition permits it, cardiovascular training can be included to improve the patient's overall physical condition.

These techniques are tailored to the patient's specific needs and medical condition, and are supervised by the physiotherapist to ensure that they are performed safely and effectively.


Please note

In some cases, an examination by a veterinarian may be necessary before starting physiotherapy treatment, in order to rule out diseases that cannot be treated by physiotherapy.


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