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Manual Therapy

It is a mechanotherapy method performed by using only hands to correct functional movement limitations in the joints and to eliminate reversible dysfunctions.

Manual Medicine

It is a discipline that deals with manual therapy methods scientifically, investigates and describes indication contraindications, application methods and effects in line with the current information. While applying the treatment methods, the manual therapist uses both the power mechanisms that the body creates and his/her hands. In other words, he/she does not use an external medication, device or electrical method. The reason for this is that the problem is already related to the pain caused by the pathological movements of our body.

What is the advantage of manual therapy over other treatments?

  • It provides recovery in a shorter time as compared to other treatments.
  • Even in a single session, most of the pain can be relieved.
  • The achievement drive is considerably high.
  • Provides a quick and effective solution as direct applications are made to the failing area.
  • Fully evidence-based medical and clinical information is used in the applications.
  • It does not require any medication, it is completely natural.
  • It has no side effect.

In which diseases is it effective ?

  • Lumbar disorders; herniated disc, facet joint blockages, coarctation, lumbar displacement
  • Neck disorders; cervical disc hernia, loss of cervical lordosis, facet joint problems, headache related to the neck
  • Shoulder problems; muscle tearing, frozen shoulder, impingement syndrome
  • Elbow problems; extensortendinitis (tennis elbow), flexortendinitis (golfer's elbow), ulnar nerve entrapment neuropathy
  • Wrist problems; carpal tunnel syndrome, dequervaintenosynovitis, dupuytrunconacture,
  • Hip problems; hip dislocation, priformis syndrome, axarthrosis, after hip prothesis
  • Knee disorders; meniscus tears, anterior-side-posterior cruciate ligament tears, rehabilitation after knee prosthesis, condormalazipatella, genavarum-valgum-recurvatum problems
  • Ankle disorders; heel spur, halluxvalgus, tarsal tunnel syndrome, mortonsyndrome neuroma
  • Rehabilitation after fracture; special limitation opening techniques