Hypopressive in Physiotherapy

 

Concept of Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy, formerly called medical gymnastics, makes an important contribution to the overall treatment of numerous illnesses, injuries and functional disorders. In the context of rehabilitation, for example after an accident or stroke, it is indispensable today. Physiotherapy is based on the patient’s complaints on functional, movement and activity restrictions, which are determined during the physiotherapeutic examination. It uses diagnostic, pedagogical and manual skills of the therapist. Physiotherapy promotes the patient’s own activity (coordinated movement and conscious perception). The treatment is adapted to the anatomical, physiological, motivational and cognitive conditions of the patient. The treatment aims on the one hand at natural, physiological reactions of the organism (e.g. motor learning, muscle building and metabolic stimulation), on the other hand at an improved understanding of the functioning of the organism (dysfunctions & resources) and at a responsible handling of the own body. The aim is to restore, maintain or promote health and, very often, to eliminate or reduce pain. Preventive physiotherapy also has an effect and can prevent physical restrictions or pain from occurring or recurring. Prevention often plays a decisive role here. The hypopressive method is therefore an innovative and structured addition

 

Benefits of the Hypopressive Method in Physiotherapy

  • Concept for the CORE System
  • Focus on Breathing and Posture
  • Release of Muscular Fascial Tensions
  • Simple¬†Application & Practice
  • Non-invasive¬†Therapy Method
  • Versatilely¬†Diversified & Applicable
  • No Aids are necessary

 

Contraindications & Therapeutic Supervision

Hypopressive abdominoplasty has few contraindications – Control by a specialist physiotherapist who masters the hypopressive techniques and regulates the working conditions of each individual patient is the key to avoiding any kind of contraindications such as

  • Hypertension it is treated as a relative contraindication, with the consent of a doctor, the physiotherapist can perform an individual hypopressive treatment
  • Inflammation of the Stomach – severe or acute such as Crohn’s disease, colitis, gastritis, urinary tract infections, etc. – No treatment possible
  • Spiral IUD Device – After inserting an IUD device, you should wait at least five months for hypopressive treatment
  • Hip, knee or shoulder joint problems – The physiotherapist adapts his training program to the physical condition of each patient

 

SaansCore adapts the hypopressive technique to the needs of each patient. Our courses are personalized and consist of small groups. The role of a physiotherapist is important both to ensure proper muscle contraction and to correct the posture of each patient during each physical effort