Physiotherapist in Tallinn

Meet our Team
The greatest strength of Reakt Physiotherapy lies within our team. We all work together t omake your experience as memorable as possible. Our therapists are trained to the highest standards, both externally and internally, and work continuously to provide our clients with the most effective methods possible.
Rainar Vahtrik
Physiotherapist / Founder
Paula Tiiman PhysiotherapistPaula Tiiman
Physiotherapist Mik TaliMikk Tali

Frequently asked questions

Who is a physiotherapist?

There are different understandings of the role of a physiotherapist in the health system: it is believed that a physiotherapist is engaged in massage and electrotherapy; a physiotherapist is thought to be a bone chiropractor; it is believed that a physiotherapist is a trainer who uses a variety of exercises and training programs to treat. Who is right then? The answer is very simple - for everyone.

A physiotherapist is a specialist in conservative treatment, which means that he or she deals with everything that concerns the human body and does not require surgery to treat it. The skills of a physiotherapist are thus brought together from all of the above disciplines and combined with knowledge of the physiology, anatomy and biomechanics of the human body.

How can a physiotherapist help?

The physiotherapist uses the body's own healing potential, modification of sports and daily activities, various manual therapy techniques, physical therapies (cold, hot, ultrasound, electrotherapy, etc.) and independent exercises to fix the techniques to resolve the anxiety as quickly as possible and achieve long-term results.

Generally, after physiotherapy assessment, various manual therapies are initiated. This means that the physiotherapist manipulates soft tissues, joints and the nervous system to speed up healing processes, change muscle activation, movement patterns or reduce the load on certain areas to allow faster healing.

In addition to manual therapy, the physiotherapist can also use other treatments, such as kinesiotaping, dry needling, acupuncture, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.

When to come to the reception?

A physiotherapist will be consulted if they are injured, before or after surgery, in case of any pain, or if they want to perform and optimize their athletic performance.

You do not have to go to a physiotherapist with a specific problem, but routine check-ups are always helpful. To make sure that the physical ability meets the wishes of the client

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Our physiotherapists will help you achieve the best version of yourself. Book an appointment - you're always welcome!

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