Whether you want to tackle your health problems, reach your personal athletic training goals, or simply train under professional guidance, we will be by your side for advice and motivation.
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Step 1: Analysis
At the beginning of each therapy, we perform a preliminary analysis, by which we determine your current strength and constitution, in order to develop a tailor-made therapy and training plan for you. Only measures, that consider your individual needs, and challenge you according to your physical abilities, can be successful. We start the analysis with an in-depth consultation, where you define your own goals and expectations. Then we select the necessary and appropriate test procedures. With a computer-assisted analysis, we determine the strengths and weaknesses of your abdominal and back muscles around your spine. We test your mobility and coordination by doing a "Functional Movement Training Screen" (FMS). Finally, we assess the collected data, create an individual training plan tailored to your needs and discuss it with you.
Step 2: Training
Based on your individual training plan, we start with a ten-to-twelve-week intensive phase, where you train for one hour once or twice a week. The training includes medically tested equipment and individual assistance by a Kurbad physiotherapist. You will learn both training with equipment as well as coordinative training forms.
During this period, follow-up analyses are carried out on a regular basis to illustrate your progress, to optimize your training plan and to motivate you in your commitment. After this time, a 45- to 60-minute training session every seven to ten days is usually enough to maintain the success of the training.
Whether you want to tackle your health problems, reach your personal athletic training goals, or simply want to train under professional guidance, we will be by your side for advice and motivation.
Health problems, lack of exercise, lack of time, stress, or lack of motivation? Do you suffer from back pain, tensions or recurring injuries and ailments? Do you feel uncomfortable and unbalanced or want to lose weight? Or do you just want individual training to reach your goals even more effectively? The Kurbad will help you with close professional assistance. After an extensive review, our highly qualified physiotherapists will put together your individual training and therapy plan.
Our range of services includes functional training aspects, physiotherapeutic and preventative treatments focussing on your needs.
Sports physiotherapy is not limited to rehabilitation, i.e. treatment after injuries. On the contrary, the prevention (prophylaxis) of injuries is an essential component of sports physiotherapy. It also includes the support of sport-specific training in order to minimize or prevent damage due to overstraining.
The higher the athlete’s performance level is, the more specific the training requirements are. The imbalance of training does not only lead to overstraining specific structures, but also increases the risk of injury. It is often a cul-de-sac in an athlete’s development. Are you an athlete or a trainer of athletes? We provide professional advice and assistance for you or your team, e.g. by:
Regular training assistance / supervision
Direct, rehabilitative measures after sports injuries
Functional dressings / tape bandages
Sports massage (training / competition)
Holistic and healthy
Suspension Training consists of loop and rope constructions hanging from the ceiling for a unique training effect. Your own body weight will be used for a holistic and stabilizing core training.
Based on the latest scientific knowledge and training methods of suspension training, we can systematically localize deficits and muscular instabilities and improve them specifically within training therapy. The training principle was originally developed by Norwegian physiotherapists and sports scientists and is conceptually tailored to the requirements of rehabilitation and sports. The result is a multi-effect training, that improves stability, strength, coordination, mobility and endurance with high quality and effectiveness.
Suspension training does not focus on individual muscle groups in isolation, but complete movements and muscle chains. Significant success of the training is noticeable after a short time, such as pain relief, joint stabilization, improvement of complex movement patterns and improved control of the muscular system by the central nervous system. The ability to stabilize joints and the spine in all positions of the body affects the quality of every movement. This principle applies equally to all everyday movements and athletic top performances.
Indications for Suspension Training Therapy:
- Rehabilitation of knee, hip, and spine problems
- Chronic discomfort in the neck, shoulder and back
- Neurological conditions, reduced sensorimotor skills and muscle atrophy
- Rehabilitation after accidents
- Declining muscle strength and endurance
- Increase in performance and strength for athletes with declining body perception and co-activation of sport-specific muscle chains
After an individual consultation and anamnesis, we put together a tailored exercise and training program for you.
The world-patented Galileo system trains and stimulates muscles through mechanical vibrations, which are modelled on the human walk (alternating sides). With a rocking movement, the vibrations alternating rhythmically between the left and the right side of the body cause reflex-like muscle contractions. Galileo has been used for 20 years in medical training therapy, rehabilitation, and competitive sports. A substantial increase in strength and performance as well as significantly improved coordination and balance can be achieved within a short space of time. A unique advantage to the Galileo training is the simultaneous improvement of mobility and flexibility.
Indications for Galileo Training:
- Tensions in the back muscles and unspecified back pain
- Training for muscle enhancement
- Training to improve inter- and intramuscular coordination
- Torso stabilization
- Stabilization of tendons, ligaments, and joints
- Sports injuries
- Revitalization and regeneration
- Relief from stress and (chronic) tension
- Balance training
- Fall prevention
- Osteoporosis prevention
- Neurological diseases
- Pelvic floor training