at the nursing home San Camillo – Forte dei Marmi (LU) – Italy
Our strength, your well-being
Fisioterapia Forte dei Marmi is an innovative private specialist practice dedicated to physiotherapy and is located on the ground floor of the historic “San Camillo” di Vittoria Apuana health clinic. Our new physiotherapy centre boasts professionals with the very best skills, the latest generation of equipment and highly specialised therapy, all of which is aimed at helping people of all different ages with all different kinds of ailments.
We take care of you!”
Cardiology rehabilitation specialises in the recovery of patients who have undergone major cardiovascular surgery or need stabilisation after acute syndromes (acute myocardial infarction) or heart failure. Along with drug therapy, which is necessary in this kind of patient, rehabilitation treatment aims at restoring a social, emotional and working life that is as appropriate as possible to his or her clinical condition.
information and being given the green light, the patient will be accompanied by the therapist from the get-go, starting with an initial interview, until the patient is discharged from the centre.
HIGH-POWER LASER TREATMENT
The term “laser” is an acronym for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.” This abbreviation refers to a device that is able to emit a monochromatic and concentrated light beam via a rectilinear ray that is capable of inducing photochemical and photobiological variations in cell tissue. The high-power laser is able to distribute energy to almost all cell layers in need of treatment, in a gradual, consistent and controlled way, allowing for absorption depending on the needs of the individual.
The term “tecar,” or “tecar therapy,” refers to “Capacitive Resistive Energy Transfer.” This type of therapy, although used in Italy for quite some time, has only become popular in the last 20 years.
Neurological rehabilitation involves the rehabilitation of a patient who has or has suffered damage to their nervous system due to neurological diseases such as a stroke, Parkinson’s disease, hemiplegia or a spinal cord injury.
Orthopaedic rehabilitation aims to achieve the best possible outcome after surgery.
Depending on the problems detected in the assessment phase, the patient will begin his or her therapy journey together with a physiotherapist. This step-by-step journey involves the combination of manual therapy techniques and functional rehabilitation exercises. One won’t work without the other.
The term “massage therapy” comes from the Greek words “masso” and “therapeia.” The word masso means kneading or shaping with the hands, while the word therapeia means caring or healing.
ORTHOPAEDIC MANUAL THERAPY
The official definition of “orthopaedic manual therapy” was issued by the IFOMPT (International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists) in Cape Town in 2004, with the favourable vote of all member countries present at the General Meeting.
Ultrasound is defined as an acoustic vibration with frequencies above the limit of audible frequencies (i.e. greater than 20,000 Hz). Ultrasound waves have a frequency of between 1 MHz and 3 MHz and penetrate the tissue in order to perform mechanical, thermal and chemical actions, resulting in the acceleration of the metabolic processes of cells, increasing local thermal energy, stimulating circulation and neuromuscular and vascular tone.
Shock-wave therapy or “lithotripsy” is an electro-medical therapy that uses high-energy acoustic waves. Unlike ultrasound therapy, which generates a sinusoidal waveform, this type of wave form has a pulsating pattern.