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Holistika Physiotherapy Centre

Pieta’, Malta | Physiotherapists
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It is all about how you get up from an injury at Holistika. We will make sure that you are back to your sport in the best shape possible and in no time, contact us for more information about our services.

Physio Point

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists

Are you having trouble with your body and the pain is becoming so much you can't handle it any more? Head down to Physio Point they have professional physiotherapist who are there to help you feel better and relax the pain of which you have!

Functional Osteopathy Sport & Wellness

San Giljan, Malta | Physiotherapists

If you are experiencing some form of physical pains, strains or traumas, there's no one better to help you manage or overcome them than the physiotherapists at Functional. Book your appointment today!

Sam Aquilina

Mellieha, Malta | Physiotherapists

Make an appointment with Sam Aquilina today. Our physiotherapy services are geared towards increasing quality and mobility in your life.

Luke Busuttil Leaver BSc(Hons), MSc, SRP

San Gwann, Malta | Physiotherapists

In Malta & Gozo you can find a long list of professional & qualified physiotherapists to contact. Whether it's about recovering from a sports injury, do rehab therapy after a heart attack or other physical ailment, you can find the right help here!

Simon Cilia BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy, SRP

Sliema, Malta | Physiotherapists

For a stellar physiotherapist who can help you manage a choice of physical ailments such as sports injuries, strokes, physical pain, muscular injuries and other conditions, book your appointment today with Sliema based physiotherapist Simon Cilia.

Franco Davies BSc(Hons), SRP HPC MSOMM MA

Hamrun, Malta | Physiotherapists

In Malta & Gozo you can find a long list of professional & qualified physiotherapists to contact. Whether it's about recovering from a sports injury, do rehab therapy after a heart attack or other physical ailment, you can find the right help here!

Alan Zammit MSc, MCSP, MMACP

Alan Zammit MSc, MCSP, MMACP

Naxxar, Malta | Physiotherapists

Andrea Damato Physiotherapy

Attard, Malta | Physiotherapists
Antonella Garzia

Antonella Garzia

Nadur-Gozo, Gozo | Physiotherapists

Calleja Maureen

Swieqi, Malta | Physiotherapists
Carolyn Sultana BSc(Hons), SRP

Carolyn Sultana BSc(Hons), SRP

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists

Cedric Sciberras

Gzira, Malta | Physiotherapists
Charles Bugeja Dip Physio, SRP(Lond)

Charles Bugeja Dip Physio, SRP(Lond)

San Pawl Il-Bahar, Malta | Physiotherapists

Darren Sillato BSc(Hons), SRP, HFI

Balzan, Malta | Physiotherapists

Diane Camenzuli BSc(Hons), Melit, MMAP SRP

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists
Ermanno Cardello BSc(Hons)

Ermanno Cardello BSc(Hons)

Gzira, Malta | Physiotherapists
Fleur Muscat MPhtySt, MMACP, MCSP, SRP

Fleur Muscat MPhtySt, MMACP, MCSP, SRP

Zurrieq, Malta | Physiotherapists
Frank Xerri SRP(UK), MCSP

Frank Xerri SRP(UK), MCSP

Victoria-Gozo, Gozo | Physiotherapists
Geoff Formosa MSc(Lond), BSc(Hons), SRP

Geoff Formosa MSc(Lond), BSc(Hons), SRP

Zurrieq, Malta | Physiotherapists

Gordon Scicluna BSc(Hons), SRP, MSc(HSM)

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists
Jacqueline Pace Balzan SRP, MSc

Jacqueline Pace Balzan SRP, MSc

Sta Venera, Malta | Physiotherapists

Jean DeBattista

San Gwann, Malta | Physiotherapists

Jeremy Ellul BSc(Hons)Physiotherapy, SRP

Swieqi, Malta | Physiotherapists

Jesmond Schembri

Mosta, Malta | Physiotherapists
Jonathan Grech BSc(Hons), SRP

Jonathan Grech BSc(Hons), SRP

Gharghur, Malta | Physiotherapists

Lorraine Abela BSc(Hons), SRP, MSc.HSM

Msida, Malta | Physiotherapists

Maria Louisa Busuttil BSc(Hons), M.S.c., MMATP

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists
Mark Spiteri Physiotherapy
Mireille Vincenti MCSP, SRP, Dip AP, Phys(Sports)UK
Nadya German MSc, MMACP, MCSP, SRP

Nadya German MSc, MMACP, MCSP, SRP

Sliema, Malta ( +1 more locations ) | Physiotherapists
Nadya German MSc, MMACP, MCSP, SRP

Nadya German MSc, MMACP, MCSP, SRP

Attard, Malta ( +1 more locations ) | Physiotherapists

Physio Suite

Gzira, Malta | Physiotherapists
PHYSIOed

PHYSIOed

Xaghra-Gozo, Gozo | Physiotherapists
Physiotherapists and acupunture

Physiotherapists and acupunture

Victoria-Gozo, Gozo | Physiotherapists
Raymond Attard Previ

Raymond Attard Previ

Naxxar, Malta | Physiotherapists
Richard Abela Dip Phys, MCSP, SRP(UK)

Richard Abela Dip Phys, MCSP, SRP(UK)

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists
Robert Camilleri BSc(Hons)Physio, SRP(UK/MALTA)
Ronald Attard SRP Malta

Ronald Attard SRP Malta

B’Bugia, Malta | Physiotherapists
Rowena Tunks MSc, MCSP, SRP, FHEA

Rowena Tunks MSc, MCSP, SRP, FHEA

B’Kara, Malta | Physiotherapists
Sandro Vella BSc(Hons) MSc SEM (Cardiff) MMAP

Simon Gouder BSc(Hons)Physiotherapy, MSc

San Gwann, Malta | Physiotherapists
Steve Cilia SRP, MSc(Sports Injuries)

Steve Cilia SRP, MSc(Sports Injuries)

Mosta, Malta | Physiotherapists
The Physiotherapy Centre

The Physiotherapy Centre

San Giljan, Malta | Physiotherapists

Tonio Agius PhD MMAP

Zejtun, Malta | Physiotherapists

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Physiotherapists in Malta and Gozo

If you've recently sustained an injury, you're suffering from chronic pain or you're recovering from a medical condition such as a stroke, chances are that you need help with easing the pain and improving function and movement. Using a combination of modern technology and traditional tools, physiotherapists can relieve pain and improve a patient's overall motor functionality.

Don't let your back pain or sport injury weigh you down and hinder you from carrying out daily tasks. Discover physiotherapists located anywhere across the island with Yellow.

What can a physiotherapist do for you?

Treat your aches and pains, injuries and conditions Whether it's physical problems caused by injury, disease, illness or ageing, physiotherapists are highly trained professionals who can restore movement and function and as a result, can improve their patients' overall quality of life. Professionals in this sector work either in public hospitals and local health centres or operate from private clinics. Some also do home visits, a service particularly helpful to those who have mobility issues. Others work in education and research, whereas a number of them specialise in a particular area, such as sports or paediatric physiotherapy.

Local physiotherapists must be registered with the Council for the Professions Complementary to Medicine, which ensures that they are qualified to practice their profession. Offering a comprehensive range of services that include the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of their patients, these health practitioners provide a holistic approach to their clients' issues. For instance, a condition such as lower back pain could be the result of underlying factors such as bad posture, utilising the wrong technique when playing a sport or due to conditions like obesity. This means that the physio must not only treat the injury or pain, but he or she also needs to address the root cause of the problem.

What are the different types of therapy available?

Physical therapy can help manage and improve a range of conditions associated with any part of the human body. It has also been beneficial to things like preparing mothers-to-be for childbirth. Below are some of the most commonly treated conditions.

Neurological: these include conditions such as stroke, Parkinson's and multiple sclerosis

Neuromusculoskeletal: such disorders are associated with sports injuries, arthritis, chronic back pain and whiplash associated disorder caused by car collisions

Cardiovascular: these issues consist of chronic heart disease and rehabilitation after a heart attack

Respiratory: from asthma to cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), physio has proven to be effective in treating such disorders

However, physiotherapy is a collaborative approach with health professional and patient having to work hand-in-hand. The physio educates and advises the client on the best approaches to better manage and treat the problem, whilst empowering and supporting the patient.

How to prepare for your first appointment

Your therapist will assess your overall physical condition and might need to have a look at test results. Very often, he or she may conduct a biomechanical analysis, which involves the study of human motion to determine what causes injuries and, ultimately, how these can be prevented from reoccurring. The analysis will include studying the patient's walking patterns and running style and in some cases a sport specific analysis is conducted, known as sports biomechanics. Remember to wear comfortable clothing and footwear which will allow you to move freely both for your first appointment and for any other subsequent sessions.

Treatment techniques

Physiotherapy treatment techniques vary in purpose and scope. The most common ones include manual therapies such as joint manipulation and mobilisation, muscle stretching, as well as massage and soft tissue techniques. Many of these treatments are used by professionals like chiropractors, osteopaths and massage therapists. Exercise programmes that involve posture retraining and at times, exercises stemming from pilates and yoga are also common. These physiotherapy exercises are used to strengthen muscles, improve function and mobility, while they are considered highly effective in preventing pain and injury.

Some physiotherapists may have had additional training in acupuncture and dry needling, two methods that have also been proven to improve muscle function. Supportive taping and strapping, as well as kinesiology taping, is utilised to prevent injuries. Kinesiology taping, in particular, is very often used by professional athletes to better their sporting performance. Similar in thickness and elasticity to human skin, this stretchy, cotton-based tape allows total freedom of movement. On the other hand, rigid strapping tape, otherwise known as sports tape or athletic tape, is mostly used to support an injury and can serve as a pain-reliever most especially chronic pain in joints like the ankle. One other frequent treatment technique is that of electrotherapy and local modalities, whereby an increased level of electrical, sound, light, magnetic or temperature energy is used to speed up the natural healing process.

Physiotherapists also use a number of equipment in combination with the aforementioned treatment techniques. For example, ramps are typically used by individuals who need to relearn how to use their lower limbs such as stroke patients, whereas stability exercise balls help to develop balance and core strength, whilst resistance bands assist in strengthening the muscles.

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