What is Medical Training Therapy?
Through medical training therapy (MTT), we try to improve muscle functions (such as strength, endurance, stability and coordination), through a set of active exercises. Therefore, patient’s active participation is necessary.
The aim is patients’ fastest retraining, paying more attention to the stability and the proprioception of the suffered joint.
This approach can be applied to the spine, neck, pelvis, upper and lower extremities, from the initial to the last stage of rehabilitation.
- What’s the correct ‘dose’ of exercise to get the maximum desired result?
- When and how do we exercise to stabilize a joint or maximize the strength of a muscle group?
- How much exercise should a young person, an adult or an older patient take?
- What recovery program should we recommend to a patient with COPD or a cardiological problem?
- What is VO2 max and why is it useful?
Our patients can be put in this training therapy depending on our clinical assessment when it is necessary. This specialized exercise program aims at:
Safe and Effective
The basic criteria we have set for safe and effective Medical Training Therapy (MTT) are:
- the physiotherapist is always present to indicate, supervise the patient’s movements to correct any mistakes.
- our center has been designed to meet the requirements for its application (MTT) and has been equipped with special gear for therapeutic exercise, R.O.P.E.S Systems, BalanceControl (BIOKIN), Posturomed, etc.