physical therapy

TMJ treatment (Temporomandibular Joint / Jaw) is a specialized massage that focuses on the muscles that work the jaw, with the aim of releasing tension, increasing range of motion and eliminating pain associated with clenching or grinding teeth (dizziness, headache, neck pain, bruxism).

Physiotherapy ATM Bruxism


Osteopathy is a manual treatment, which takes the body as a whole, in which all systems (muscular, articular, nervous, visceral) are related and its objective is to rebalance and normalize the affected structures, through the application of manual techniques.

The techniques of choice vary according to the tissues affected, but all of them have the objective of helping the body to self-regulate, to normalize the structures that are in dysfunction, in such a way that we can speak of structural, cranial or visceral osteopathy.


myofascial induction

It is a therapy directed to the body's fascias and indirectly to the rest of the locomotive system and also to the rest of the structures and viscera.
Myofascial techniques seek to eliminate local physical restrictions, in the case of superficial techniques, and the release of collagenous components, which will be achieved with deep techniques. The patient will perceive this as gentle pressure from the hands of the physiotherapist.

Myofascial induction

sports physiotherapy

Treatment of both acute and chronic sports injuries. In rehabilitation we include step-by-step exercises that help the injured area return to normal. Rehabilitation should begin as soon as possible, starting with a series of gentle movements of the injured area and continuing with stretching. Massage will help relieve the pain.
Ideal for working on tendinitis, sprains and contractures.

Sports physiotherapy

neuromuscular dressing

One of the main differences with traditional bandages is that the neuromuscular bandage or kinesiotaping does not impede movement to try to eliminate musculoskeletal pain. These are tapes with elastic capacity that are applied to the affected area in such a way that they allow movement and, therefore, a muscular improvement while respecting the biomechanics.

These bandages support the muscles, so they provide stability, both for the muscles and the joints, and help improve the contraction of weakened or injured muscle. Another function of the neuromuscular bandage is that it helps reduce inflammation and improve circulation.

Neuromuscular bandage

sports physiotherapy

Post surgical rehabilitation either for fractures, interventions to put prosthesis, in degenerative diseases or an accident. Injuries that affect muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints and bones often require physical rehabilitation to restore the strength of the components and balance in the relationship between them. 


manual lymphatic drainage

The manual lymphatic drainage is a very gentle massage that consists of mobilizing the liquid and circulation retained by various causes such as retention, varicose veins and heaviness of legs, postoperative, pregnancy, etc..

You'll notice how the liquid disappears with the maneuvers and you'll get immediate relief.

It promotes healing of fractures, torn ligaments, sprains and decreases pain. Accelerates healing after cosmetic surgery.
Relieves fluid congestion: swollen ankles, puffy eyes and tired legs due to pregnancy.

Manual lymphatic drainage

neuromeningea mobilization

Treatment for nerve entrapment such as sciatica, carpal tunnel or cervicobrachialgia. Neuropathic pain begins with damage or disease and affects the nervous system. It can be associated with pain sensations produced by normally non-painful stimuli. The pain may be continuous or episodic. It resembles an electric shock, or burning or coldness, "pins and needles" sensations, numbness and itching. 

Neuromeningeal mobilization

massage therapy

Therapeutic massage is indicated to relieve muscle contractures, pain, lack of elasticity and mobility. It is a strong and energetic massage.

At the beginning of the massage, the masseur makes an assessment of the muscles (contractures, tension).

Depending on the type of therapy the patient needs, it will be done in one way or another.

Therapeutic massage