We are delighted to present the brand new Supreme Physio Lab. A contemporary physiotherapy lab created by Evagelos S Dimou, owner of Chiropractic and Podiatry Clinic. SPL is a spacious ground floor clinic located right beside our existing premises in Ano Glyfáda, at 2 Paleon Polemiston street. Our new facilities provide 3 consultation and treatment rooms, with disabled access and it is operated by fully qualified physiotherapists.
The SPL team offers extended chiropractic and podiatry services. It deals with a wide spectrum of orthopaedic pathologies, neurological cases, sport injuries, accidents and post operatative protocols. All these with the aid of physical modalities such as heat, cold, mobility, water, magnetism, electricity, ultrasound and many more.
Welcome to the new Supreme Physio Lab world.
What is Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is the science whose therapeutic approach is based on natural methods (movement, water, electricity, etc.). It is used by qualified physiotherapists for therapeutic purposes, such as a patient's functionality
The goals of physiotherapy are:
- Bringing the individual back to daily or sporting activity as soon as possible.
- Improving the biomechanics of the various body parts.
- Correcting a pattern error that may affect the quality of daily life or performance of an athlete.
The ways in which a qualified physiotherapist achieves these goals is not invasive and varies.
- The most important way is to evaluate the patient on the basis of excellent anatomy knowledge and ability to analyse a human body and how it moves.
- Targeted intervention with a thoughtful and personalized treatment program.
These treatment programs are performed using so-called physical means which are:
- Movement (Kinesiotherapy)
- Electricity (TENS)
- Sound (ultrasound)
Patients who can benefit
Patients eligible for physiotherapy belong to all branches of medicine.
- Orthopedics (Spinal diseases such as low back pain, neck pain, peripheral joint injuries, tendonitis, frozen shoulder syndrome, cartilage ruptures, etc.).
- Neurological (Stroke patients, Parkninson's, peripheral nerve injuries).
- People after surgery (Total hip, knee, shoulder arthroplasty).
- Athletes (Ankle inversion sprain, carpal tunnel syndrome,cruciate ligament injuries, meniscus injuries, muscular injuries or muscle imbalances).
- Rheumatology (osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis).
- Pediatric (Neruological, congenital and orthopedic disorders).