Treatment of muscle and joint pain

with 20 years of experience and newest technology

Physiotherapy services

Manual therapy

Manual therapy

In manual therapy, the physiotherapist treats the muscles and joints while examining the structures that may cause the pain. It is particularly suitable for muscle and joint pain, such as headache, shoulder or lower back pain, for rapid pain relief or postoperative treatment to restore normal movement of the joints.

Exercise therapy

Exercise therapy

Therapeutic exercises strengthen damaged structures and restore normal movement. Training is often necessary to keep the issue away long-term. The physiotherapist plans and instructs the exercise program at the gym, monitors your progress and makes changes as needed.

Occupational physiotherapy

Occupational physiotherapy

Most muscle and joint pain is caused by repetitive actions such as continuous lifting, mouse use, or poor working positions. Such ailments generally do not improve before the repetitive workload has been adequately reduced. A physiotherapist can help improve workplace ergonomics on site and propose alternative work tools and working methods.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese treatment method in which needles are inserted at certain points on the body. Acupuncture is a great way to relieve pain without the use of pain medication.

LPG

LPG

LPG machine effectively reduces swelling caused by joint or muscle inflammation or surgical operations. LPG also accelerates the healing of tissues, which is why it is also used to treat muscle and joint pain.

Shockwave

Shockwave

Shockwave is a therapy device that can be used to improve the healing of tendon injuries such as tennis elbow, calcific tendonitis and plantar fascitis. Shockwave is one of the few effective methods to improve the rate of healing of tendons.

Individualized insoles

Individualized insoles

The alignment of the feet affect the position of the entire body and incorrect alignment can cause, for instance, ankle, knee and low-back pain. The alignment can be corrected with insoles. The best way to accomplish this is to scan the feet with a 3D scanner to create a starting point for the insoles and make adjustments based on a physiotherapist's analysis of the feet during movement. The insole can be further individualized with custom stiffness and materials.

Spine measurement

Spine measurement

In the past, the position of the spine has only been possible to determine reliably with an X-ray image. However, now a spine scanner, called SpinalMouse, allows accurate measurement of the position and mobility of each vertebrae with no harmful radiation or the need for a doctor's referral. After the measurement, you receive a printout with all the results.

Cycle ergometer

Cycle ergometer

In a bicycle ergometer test, the heart rate is increased from resting rate to 85% of the maximum heart rate in 12 minutes. The test is not challenging and is therefore suitable for people of all ages. From the printout that you will get after the measurement, you can see your current fitness and a custom training program to develop it.

Pedicure

Pedicure

Foot care is part of primary health care. It includes biomechanical assessment of the feet, foot bath, skin and nail care, diabetic foot care, and foot massage.

Physiotherapists

Heidi Piiroinen

Physiotherapist

Henna Penttinen

Physiotherapist / Occupational physiotherapist

Esa Kokko

Physiotherapist

Hanna Turunen

Physiotherapist / Occupational physiotherapist

Ilkka Hulkko

Physiotherapist / Personal trainer

Mika Kopponen

Physiotherapist

Minna Lähteenmäki

Pedicurist / nurse