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Post-traumatic physiotherapy

Post-traumatic physiotherapy

Post-traumatic physiotherapy is a specialized field of physiotherapy that focuses on the treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of injuries resulting from various events, such as traffic accidents, sports injuries or everyday accidents. Its goal is not only to restore the patient to full fitness, but also to prevent recurrence of injuries and improve the overall quality of life.

Post-traumatic physical therapy includes a wide range of therapeutic techniques that are tailored to the individual needs of patients, helping them regain strength, mobility and functionality.

Post-traumatic physiotherapy at Mediss Medical Clinic in Gdańsk

Post-traumatic physiotherapy is a specialized form of rehabilitation aimed at restoring full physical fitness to patients after various types of injuries. Whether the injury involves muscles, joints, bones or soft tissues, properly selected exercises and therapeutic techniques can significantly speed up the recovery process and prevent future injuries.


The course of post-traumatic physiotherapy

The process of post-traumatic physiotherapy usually begins with a detailed assessment of the patient’s health and injury. The physiotherapist conducts an interview and physical examination to understand the extent and nature of the injury. Based on the information gathered, they create a personalized therapeutic plan, which may include:

  • Rehabilitation exercises: Individually selected sets of exercises are aimed at restoring full mobility and strengthening weakened muscles.
  • Manual therapy: Techniques such as massage, mobilizations, and joint manipulations help reduce pain and improve the function of damaged structures.
  • Physical therapy: Using methods such as ultrasound, electrotherapy, or cryotherapy to speed up the healing process.
  • Functional Training: Focus on exercises that reflect the patient’s daily movements and activities to restore full fitness in everyday life.

Advantages of post-traumatic physiotherapy

Post-traumatic physiotherapy offers many benefits for patients, including:

  • Faster recovery: Regular therapy sessions speed up the recovery process.
  • Pain reduction: With the use of appropriate techniques and therapies, patients can experience significant pain relief.
  • Restoration of mobility: Regular exercise and therapies help regain full range of motion in damaged joints and muscles.
  • Preventing complications: Early physical therapy intervention can prevent further injuries and complications.
  • Improved quality of life: Achieving full fitness allows patients to return to normal activities and enjoy a better quality of life.

How to prepare for a visit to a physiotherapist?

Preparation for a visit to a physiotherapist is crucial to ensure the effectiveness of therapy. Here are some tips:

  • Medical records: Bring any relevant medical documents, such as test results, X-rays, and medication lists.
  • Comfortable clothing: Dress in comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that does not restrict movement and allows easy access to the area of the body that needs therapy.
  • Question List: Prepare a list of questions about your therapy to discuss with your physical therapist during your appointment.
  • Injury history: Be ready to discuss details about the injury, such as the circumstances of the injury, symptoms, and previous treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How long does post-traumatic rehabilitation take? The duration of rehabilitation depends on the type and severity of the injury and the individual needs of the patient. This can be a few weeks to a few months.
  2. Is post-traumatic physiotherapy painful? Some techniques can cause discomfort, but the goal is to relieve pain and improve function. The physiotherapist will adjust the therapy to the patient’s comfort level.
  3. What are the costs of post-traumatic physiotherapy? Costs can vary depending on the type of therapy and the number of sessions. It is worth consulting the clinic for accurate information on this topic.
  4. Do I need a referral for physiotherapy? In many cases, a referral is not required, but it is worth checking the requirements of your insurer or consulting a doctor.
  5. Can I continue physiotherapy at home? A physiotherapist often recommends exercises to be performed at home in order to maintain and improve the effects of therapy. Regular performance of these exercises is crucial for effective rehabilitation.


Post-traumatic physiotherapy is an invaluable tool in the treatment and rehabilitation of trauma patients. With a wide range of techniques and an individual approach, it helps patients regain full fitness and improve their quality of life. If you are suffering from an injury, contact a physiotherapist at Mediss Medical Clinic to start your journey to health and full mobility.


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mgr Marta Śmilgiewicz


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mgr Katarzyna Borowa-Gromadzka


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Post-traumatic physiotherapy 1 hour 200 zł

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