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33054 Lignano Sabbiadoro (Riviera) UD
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Mer e Dom CHIUSO
The great asset of Centro Messegué is the physiotherapy department, represented by three specialized professional: they are ready to lead you through a complete rehabilitation program, together with colleagues specialized in complementary disciplines.
Our physiotherapists aim at reaching the most complete recovery of patients’ motor functions: the first, immediate procedure is the reduction of pain and the prevention of further damage formation. The second phase is the normalization of neuro-musculoskeletal structures, with the recovery of coordination and effectiveness in muscular action, and the restoration of physiological motor synergies. Finally, the third and final step is the actual rehabilitation, with the gradual but constant recovery of daily functions.
The osteopath, which specializes in massages for pregnant women, babies and children, offers a highly specific service that completes our paediatric services.
Depending on the age of the patient, and his physical and physiological characteristics, a specific therapy is planned: this aims to achieve the complete recovery of motor functions. The physiotherapist uses all available modern techniques, often combining them with rehabilitation gymnastics sessions. Each path is studied according to the specific needs of every patient.
A dedicated physiotherapist can help patients solve typical pregnancy problems such as back pain, generalized fatigue, weakening of pelvic floor muscles, through a series of targeted sessions.
The physiotherapist can also intervene on newborns if necessary, with different techniques that help the baby not feel any pain.
It consists on a series of treatments and exercises that take place in water, through the exploitation of the advantages created by water. This precious substance reduces body weight favoring the therapist’s direct intervention. Water also allows to gradually reinforce the part involved in the therapy. It also provides the opportunity to work on one’s balance in a safe environment, where falling do not involve any traumatic consequences.