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Kinesiotherapy is defined as the application of scientifically proven exercise principles, adapted to enhance the strength, endurance and mobility of people with functional limitations or those that require extensive physical fitness.


Kinesiotherapy is a therapeutic form of physiotherapy, which can be used to treat a variety of physical problems, while also having preventive properties. The main goals of kinesiotherapy are the restoration of the good function of the spine, improvement of physical endurance, strengthening of the muscles and also gradual weight loss.


Kinesiotherapy, as a method of physiotherapy, is preferred for its therapeutic properties in cases of patients suffering from pain in the neck, lumbar spine, shoulder, knee, elbow, wrist, disc disease, muscle atrophy, limb paralysis, obesity and chronic heart and respiratory diseases. The long list of problems that kinesitherapy can help address is followed by an extensive list of methods it uses.


  1.  Improves the function of the neuromuscular system from which   movements are guided and controlled

  2.  Active muscle mass is increased

  3.  Excess fat is reduced

  4.  The connective tissue of the body is strengthened (the tissue that   connects the cells and organs of the body, eg. tendons)

  5.  It promotes the right posture, harmony and symmetry of our body

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