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“Take care of your body, it’s the only place you have to live” ~Jim Rohn~

Feel free to reach out and learn more about each of the therapy services offered or ask any questions you might have.

Rehabilitation of neurological diseases

Neurological Physiotherapy enhances the recovery of movement and function in patients with central or peripheral nervous system injury or disease.
The goals of neurological physiotherapy are:

1. Maintain / restore proper posture and movement
2. Gait retraining
3. Increasing the strength of the Mental system
4. Correction of pathological reflexes
5. Improving balance
6. Maintaining / improving the range of motion of the joints
7. Improving respiratory function
8. Restoration of functional movements of everyday life
9. Social / Work reintegration


Rehabilitation of orthobedic diseases

 The human musculoskeletal system is an organ system that enables people to move using their muscular and skeletal systems. The musculoskeletal system provides shape, support, stability and movement to the body.

 It consists of skeletal bones, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints and other connective tissues that support and connect tissues and organs. The main functions of the musculoskeletal system include supporting the body, moving, and protecting vital organs. The skeletal part of the system serves as the main storage system for calcium and phosphorus.



Physiotherapy in orthopedic disorders covers a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to: Lumbago, Shoulder injury, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tendonitis / Tendinopathies, Whiplash neck injury, Frozen shoulder, Subcutaneous friction syndrome, Medial Epicondylitis (golfer's elbow), Lateral Epicondylitis (tennis elbow), Kyphosis, Scoliosis, Hip trochanteritis, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, Sciatica, Cervical syndrome, Intervertebral disc herniation, Narrowing of the intervertebral discs, Spinal slippage, Piriformis syndrome, Muscle fracture, Fractures, Ligament ruptures, Tendon ruptures, Meniscus ruptures  etc.


Therapeutic and relaxing massage

Massage is one of the oldest therapeutic interventions in the human body. It's a holistic treatment which, with gentle manipulations, offers muscle relaxation and restores, calms, rejuvenates, relaxes and renews the human body.


  1. Swedish massage (relaxing massage)

Swedish massage is a gentle type of full-body massage that’s ideal for people who:

  • are new to massage

  • have a lot of tension

  • are sensitive to touch

It can help release muscle knots (trigger point) and it’s also a good choice for when you want to fully relax during a massage.

For this massage, you’ll remove your clothes, except for your underwear on. You’ll be covered with a sheet while lying on the massage table. The massage therapist will move the sheet to uncover areas that they are actively working on.

Usually a Swedish massage will last for 60 minutes.


2. Deep tissue massage (Therapeutic massage)

Deep tissue massage uses more pressure than a Swedish massage. It’s a good option if you have chronic muscle problems, such as soreness, injury, or imbalance. It can help relieve tight muscles, chronic muscle pain, and anxiety.

During a deep tissue massage, your massage therapist will use slow strokes and deep finger pressure to relieve tension from the deepest layers of your muscles and connective tissues. 

The massage will last for 60 minutes.

Healing Properties:

1) Relieves muscle pain
2) Reduces fatigue
3) Increases tissue elasticity
4) Improves blood circulation
5) Fights migraines and stress
6) Oxygenates the cells
7) Improves posture

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Electrotherapy / Ultrasound / Laser

Electrotherapy as an analgesic method is used for:
• Relaxation of muscle spasms
• Prevention and slowing down of muscle atrophy
• Increased blood flow
• Maintain and increase range of motion
• Chronic pain management
• Muscle training


Therapeutic effects of ultrasound and LASER:
1) They have analgesic action, due to the effect on the composition of endorphins.
2) They stimulate the synthesis of collagen and proteins in the skin cells.
3) Accelerate the healing process.
4) Anti-inflammatory treatment.
5) They cause an increase in the resistance of nerve cells.


Ergon® instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique (IASTM)

Massage-mobilization techniques through special tools made of stainless steel are a form of specialized mobilization of soft molecules. Ergon Technique employs soft tissue techniques using special equipment called ERGON TOOLS which are special steel tools that are designed in such a way (with concave and convex parts) that naturally adapt to the various tissues, shapes and curves of the body. The specific therapeutic tools (ERGON® TOOLS) when used based on the special ERGON TECHNIQUES can:


a) detect and release-loosen scar tissue, adhesions and peritoneal sclerosis

b) increase local perspiration

c) reduce muscle tone and pain

d) facilitate the healing of chronic overuse injuries



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


TECAR therapy

The TECAR therapy is currently the number one therapy in the world for musculoskeletal and sports injuries rehabilitation. Is the most advanced method invented to date and it is a huge leap in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. Delivers immediate therapeutic results from the very first treatment session and significantly decreases the rehabilitation time compared to equipment of older generations.

It acts on biological tissues through electrostatic attraction and friction, aiming to increase blood circulation, provide rich oxygenated blood in the area of injured tissues and through the lymphatic system it aims to reduce edema, inflammation, and pain. In addition, by providing energy to the tissues, it stimulates the healing mechanisms and acts by accelerating the physiological processes of tissue metabolism, resulting in an accelerated process of healing of the injured tissues.

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I’m here for you when you need me. Call me to schedule an appointment or use the contact form below and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Ilia Papakiriakou 10B, Egkomi, Nicosia 2415

Tel: 99 820024

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