Joerg Kuehn (Executive Coach)I absolutely loved the clear diagnosis and explanation provided by my therapist as it helped me to understand how I could contribute myself to ensure the pain reduces. Denis helped me to develop a dedicated muscle training program, based on which I was able to go back to play football regularly only a few weeks after I had visited PhysioActive.
Pain Relief & Management
Pain, whether short-term or chronic, is more than just an irritant – it can diminish your quality of life. It is easy to become consumed by your pain, foregoing life’s pleasures like family and recreation. Pain can even limit your work life.
Don’t let pain take over your life.
The PhysioActive Solution
At PhysioActive, your quality of life and comfort are among our primary concerns. We understand how debilitating chronic and severe pain can be, and we want to use our expert knowledge and experience to help relieve your pain.
We realise that every patient is different and unique. A treatment approach that works well with one patient may not benefit another. We don’t see you as just as a patient but as a person deserving of a pain-free and active life. This is why we tailor your therapy program to your individual injuries, disease, and needs while closely monitoring your progress throughout.
We provide a number of treatment options including:
- Dry Needling
- Manual Theraphy
- Exercise Theraphy
- Thermotheraphy & Cryotheraphy
- Taping & Strapping
We believe that we must have the best staff in order to provide you with optimal care. Our local team with international background is educated, trained, and experienced in both traditional and novel physiotherapy techniques and are dedicated to offering professional treatment to get you in peak condition and at optimal performance.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I tell the difference between soreness and pain?
An activity that places an unaccustomed load on your muscles may lead to delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). This type of soreness develops as a result of safe, microscopic damage to your muscle fibres. During this time, your muscles may be tender to touch and feel tight and achy. Movement may be uncomfortable but DOMS should only last 3-5 days.
In contrast to muscular soreness, pain can be experienced with or without an activity. This may feel sharp and could be located in your muscles or joints. A pain may linger without going away fully even after a period of rest. This may be indicative of an injury.
How does Physiotherapy help to relief pain?
Should I see a doctor or a physiotherapist for my pain?
In the case of musculoskeletal pain/injury, a physiotherapist will often possess a more extensive set of skills and is able to offer immediate treatment.
Should your pain not fall under our expertise, we can also refer you to our network of medical specialists, ensuring that you get the best care.
Is pain a normal part of aging?
We often assume pain is a normal part of aging that we just have to learn to live with but this is not true.
Our bones may deteriorate over time due to wear and tear, typically in our hip, knees and feet. However, chronic pain that exists every day for at least six months could be very much due to other factors such as lifestyle choices.
Pain is not normal, nor is it a part and parcel of life. Get a proper diagnosis and treatment plan today if you suffer from pain.
What happens when I ignore pain?
A pain may sometimes signal something worse so it is always best to have it checked.
Chronic pain can also impact your quality of life when you stop doing things that you enjoy, e.g. playing sports and hanging out with friends.
Take charge of your pain and live a pain-free life you deserve today.