Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
As FSM Health Group, we work with orthopedics and pediatrics specialists and physiotherapists at our Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Clinics with up-to-date knowledge and techniques, for the diagnosis and treatment of complaints related to pain, limited motion and injury, with an aim to ease pain, increase mobility and increase muscle strength.
In our Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Units:
• Neck, herniated disc, back pain
• Osteoarthritis (calcification)
• Osteoporosis (bone loss)
• Soft tissue diseases (fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome)
• Joint stiffness and circulatory disorder after surgery or casting due to fracture, dislocation
• Meniscus, ligament injuries and other sports injuries
• Scoliosis and spinal curvatures
• Orthopedic operation
• Stroke, brain damage and spinal cord injury
• Cerebral Palsy
• Bobath Treatment
• Risky Baby
• Sense Integration
• Face paralysis, nerve injury
• Muscle disease rehabilitation
• Parkinson’s rehabilitation
• Painful point injection (Dry needling, ultrasound guided injection)
• Intra-articular injections
• Kinesiotape and Taping
• Ozone and PRP treatments
• Manual Therapy
• Lymphedema treatment
are all successfully implemented.
Back and neck pain;
In our clinic, we provide services together with our osteopathic physiotherapists in the treatment of lumbar-neck diseases.
Osteopathy: A supplementary medical method on the effectiveness of the muscle – skeleton system.
Bobath Treatment method:
It’s a treatment concept that progresses with the child’s active participation. Teaching the right movement is targeted. Each individual is different and requires different interventions. It must be approached by the type and degree of the cerebral palsy.
And the future should always be considered. We should proceed by thinking, “What will the work we do now bring us in the coming years”.
Risky babies are infants with a special condition such as early or low-weight childbirth, incubator hospitalization, hard labor, oxygen deprivation and bleeding problems.
The risky baby is not a diagnosis. Risky babies are more likely to experience developmental latency. So, the baby needs to be followed and supported developmentally.
Just because a baby is at risk doesn’t necessarily mean they will be a sick or disabled child. It is aimed that risky babies will show normal development with professional support and develop in accordance with their peers. The early intervention program provides an opportunity for children to avert developmental problems and maximize the child’s potential during the first three years of life.
What is the Early Intervention Program?
Early intervention is a process that developmentally involves evaluating babies and children at age zero to three. The program is run by physiotherapists, psychologists, pedagogues, and child development professionals. Early intervention is to ensure that a risky newborn develops normally during the first three years of life.
The importance of an early intervention program is that it detects and supports risks, allowing the baby to develop in a manner that is consistent with his or her peers.
Early intervention specialists help the family combine learning and development approaches with their daily lives. As a result, early intervention studies are not limited to specific hours or in the child’s daily routine; they are also extended to times such as eating, playing, dressing, and bathing. Developmental programs that begin early on improve the quality of life for many babies and their families.
Families also benefit from an early intervention program, which is an active part of this process in terms of psychological support and rehabilitation.
Effective methods are developed to solve problems related to the problems that may be experienced, and the rate of experiencing psychological problems such as depression and anxiety disorders decreases.
Our center aims to identify later problems with the child as early as possible. The most efficient strategy to mitigate risk is to notify the family and to put scientific treatment programs on the table as soon as possible.
During early intervention, the goal is to provide a professional team and quality service to our families and children contacting our headquarters, to support them and their families, to make sure they get involved in life in the best possible way.
What Babies and Children Do We Support?
• Risky Baby
• Premature Baby
• All babies at risk of developmental delay
• All infants and children diagnosed with cerebral palsy
• Hypotonic children
• Brachial plexus injuries
• Children who can’t hold their head/ crawl late/ walk late
• Attention deficit or hyperactivity
• Spina Bifida
• Toe walking children
• Children with sensory integration disorders
• Children with difficulties in fine motor skills