Physiotherapy for Arthritis in Tirana, Albania - FisioCenter Tirana

Learn about arthritis symptoms, causes, and treatments. FisioCenter Tirana provides the best information to make you understand the reason behind your arthritis and get professional help. 

Physiotherapy in Arthritis plays an important role in the patient’s ability to move. Physical therapy can reduce the sensation of pain and limit the progression of the disease. In this case, Arthritis is a disease that affects the joints which are connected with the bones. At FisioCenter you can improve your physical functioning and reduce the pain that you experience.

Dr. Andrea Settembrini, who specializes in Osteopathy at the Osteopathic Spine Center Education of Bologna, takes care of each case and creates the most appropriate treatment for every patient. The team of FisioCenter, is trained by the head of our clinic Dr. Andrea who is also certified in Sciences and Techniques of Preventive and Adapted Motor Activities at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

At FioCenter we help you diagnose and treat all your physical problems as well as recover in a complete manner. If you are looking for a licensed, professional, and specialized physical therapist then FisioCenter is the most appropriate place for you. When talking about FisioCenter then you refer to the only certified physical therapy clinic in Albania. 

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What is Arthritis?

Arthritis, or inflammation of the joint/degenerative lesions/salts, is a symptom of at least 100 related conditions called rheumatic disorders.

Inflammation of the joint is present in all forms of Arthritis.

In many cases, however, the condition can involve problems with the skin, muscles, connective tissue, tendons and even other organs.

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Andrea Settembrini

Licensed in Physiotherapy, specialized in OSCE (Osteopathic spine center education) for Osteopathy (5 years) in Bologna and certified in Movement Sciences in Rome, Italy.

Important Information and questions

In all types of Arthritis there is the feeling of pain in the joints due to the destruction of the smooth surface of the cartilage. In normal joints where the bone ends, it is covered by cartilage, which is a hard and extremely smooth film that does not allow one bone to rub against the other. Between the two bones of a joint, there is the arthritic fluid which is thick and lubricates the joint.

In Arthritis the joint becomes inflamed. Inflammation creates pain that restricts movement to allow a reasonable amount of time in order to recover. When Arthritis pain becomes chronic, it results in greater joint damage.

It is imperative that the physical therapy treatment means to stop the pain. Chronic pain is considered to be one that exceeds 15 days. Many researchers believe that the cause of Arthritis is a problem in the body’s immune system but this has not been proven. Symptoms such as morning stiffness, swelling, pain in one or more joints, movement disorders, redness and fever should be a concern.

The joints/Arthritis are generally the result of degeneration of the joint which causes difficulty in movement, pain and general weakness in the area. The causes can be old fractures, overuse of the joint, infection by microbial strains and finally from various autoimmune diseases.

There is no definitive cure for Arthritis. However, the patient can deal with its symptoms. In general, physiotherapy contributes to the management of chronic pain and motor difficulty by designing a special exercise program to restore flexibility, endurance, breathing ability, range of motion, strength, but above all training the patient to protect his joints.

More specifically, physiotherapy in Arthritis:

  • Reduces the feeling of pain.
  • Reduces joint stiffness.
  • Increases strength.
  • Improves daily movements.
  • Educates the patient to manage his condition.
  • Gives you a greater quality of life.

At the physiotherapy clinic Arthritis is successfully treated with:

  • WinBack TECAR energy application in order to increase the range of motion of the joints.
  • Manual therapy to help restore the mobility of your joints.
  • Trigger point for pain relief.
  • Mobilization of inflamed joints.
  • Kinesiotherapy for functional rehabilitation.
  • PNF technique to restore joint width.
  • Therapeutic massage for local or general relaxation.

Physiotherapy for Arthritis with mobilization, strengthening and relaxation techniques reduces pain, activates the patient and trains him in the proper mobilization of his joints.

If you are interested in seeing a physical therapist in Albania, for your Arthritis treatment then the FisioCenter is the right place for you. Our physical therapy center is the most reputable that you can find in Albania. Once you experience working with us you will be very satisfied. Our team has many years of experience and is willing to help you with any particular type of Arthritis.

The qualified staff of FisioCenter ensures that your treatment will be provided with effective and efficient techniques which will avoid any additional injury in the future. We will help you understand what is going on with your joints and muscles with your Arthritis problem. 

Our goal is to fight the cause of the problem and not just the symptoms. Because  we act in the background the results last.

No, because these are natural methods. They are applied after receiving the patient’s history and in parts of the human body where their application is indicated.

Pain in the human body is always a warning. If we are in pain we must reduce our activity. As our pain improves we act progressively.

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