Our Physiotherapy sessions are always personalized to the client’s goals, whether they want to get rid of pain, recover from injuries or make sure it is safe to exercise – we are here to help.

What does a physiotherapy at Reakt look like ?


We would like to get to know you better !

We believe a fun little conversation is key to the start of your process ! Our therapists will get to know you better, what your lifestyle is like to get a better grasp on how we can help you !


Biomechanical analysis

Sounds fancy huh ? Our expert therapists will analyze your movement patterns and muscle strength to better understand what your body is currently capable of (joint mobility, nervous system function, muscle strength, ligament and cartilage health). This provides the physiotherapist a Wealth of information in regards to possible sources of your issues and any compensatory patterns that may be present.


We will tailor a treatment plan for you

The preparation of your treatment plan is mainly based on team work between you and the therapist. Together you will create a treatment program that works for you based on your lifestyle and activity levels.


Manual therapy and movement

We strongly believe that using a systematic combination of manual therapy with an exercise program is one of the most optimal ways to recover. Manual therapy allows to reduce pain and create adaptability for the body’s tissues and nervous system. The corresponding movement and exercise program shown by the physiotherapist is designed to maximally utilize the changes created by your manual therapy sessions.
Our Therapists will help achieve the best version of yourself !

Frequently asked questions

What does a physiotherapist do?

Physiotherapists are specialists in musculoskeletal conservative care. Physiotherapists assess the human biomechanical system (joint mobility, nervous system function, muscle strength and endurance, ligament/cartilage structural integrity and assess injuries). They will create a treatment plan and tailor you session in order to get you feeling your best as quick as possible.

When can physiotherapy help me ?

In general, physiotherapy deals with trauma and rehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation, nerve pain and nerve damage, recurrent pain and tension, improving athletic performance, preventing disabilities, and assessing physical fitness.

Further explanations for seeking physical therapy:
Common worries - Muscle tension, back pain, neck pain, radiating pain in the arms or legs, before / after a long flight, starting a new sport, posture related issues

Athletes - Overload injuries (Achilles tendon, knee pain, shoulder pain), trauma, ankle twist, knee trauma, shoulder trauma, wrist trauma, constant pain during training, performance optimization, recovery

Office workers - tension in the back, tension in the middle of the back, numbness of hands, buttock pain, back pain, neck pain, elbow pain, carpal tunnel syndrome

On the doctor's recommendation - pre- or post-operative, trauma that does not require surgery, pain for which medication does not help, chronic pain

Older people - long-term pain, arthritic pain, back pain, radiating pain

It is not always necessary to consult a physiotherapist with a specific problem, routine check-ups are always helpful to make sure that the physical ability meets the client's wishes.

How many sessions do I need ?

It completely depends on the causes and nature of the problem and how long the problem has lasted. Therefore, we cannot say exactly how many times it is necessary to attend physiotherapy sessions, in general, a considerable difference is noticed with 1-3 sessions. The physiotherapist will definitely be able to advise on the expected number of sessions after the first visit.

How can a physiotherapist help?

Physiotherapists use the body's own healing potential, modification of sports and daily activities, various manual therapy techniques, modalities (cold, hot, ultrasound, electrotherapy, etc.) and independent exercises to resolve pain, discomfort and stiffness as quick as possible.

Depending on the problem, as a rule, after your assessment, we will start with a manual therapy session to prep the body for change. Manual therapy means that a physiotherapist manipulates the body's soft tissues, joints and nervous system to speed up healing processes, change muscle activation, movement patterns or reduce the load on a certain area of ​​the body to allow rapid healing.

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

How to prepare for my session?

If you have had any diagnostic imaging done or have seen a doctor for your issue bringing any information that is available to you would be great! If we are your first point of contact, we are very grateful for your trust in our abilities – visiting a doctor before coming to us is not required!

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