- General Surgery
- Orthopedic Surgery
- The Hospital
- Before the Surgery
The aim of physiotherapy is to restore, maintain and improve a person’s movements, posture, to increase physical endurance, to diminish pain and to ease the pace of chronic diseases. A physiotherapist helps people who have developed rigidity of the muscles, inflammation of nerves and conjunctive tissues after illnesses, traumas, injuries burns or other damage.
To reduce pain, restore muscle function, limb mobility, strength, endurance and coordination, physiotherapists employ therapeutic gymnastics, methods of manual therapy, massage, special physiotherapy equipment etc.
Everyone can work with a physiotherapist unless due to some serious illness movement is not allowed. In individual classes the physiotherapist employs different methods of physiotherapy, teaches to exercise properly, gives advice about everyday positions and movement.
Ilze Minkevica, Jeļena Vitoptova.
|Doctors – acupuncture therapists|
|Dr. Tatjana Eglīte
Dr. Raimonds Sumerags
|Consultations. Acupuncture procedures.|
|Dr. Roza Džamaldajeva||Consultations. Osteoreflexotherapy procedures.|
|Dr.Olga Steggerda, Doctor, Osteopath||Consultations. Osteopathy procedures.|
|Dr. Andris Zemītis, Surgeon, Osteopath||Consultations. Osteopathy procedures.|
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