Rehabilitation for back pain in Austria
Back pain needs to be treated by experienced physiotherapists, but you can also do wonders using ambulatory rehabilitation as a preventative measure against limited movement, blockages and chronic pain. In Bad Schallerbach, successful therapies are offered to prevent and heal back pain. Say goodbye to hurts and aches, and enjoy your active life!
Therapies in Bad Schallerbach
Physiotherapy in Bad Schallerbach against back pain
Qualified physiotherapists are there to help you at the Physikarium in Bad Schallerbach. They analyse the cause of discomfort in the supporting and musculoskeletal system before setting up an individual therapy plan to tackle your back pain. Physiotherapy for the back gives you considerable relief, makes you more mobile and restores the joy of exercising!
Indications for ambulatory rehabilitation in Bad Schallerbach
Back pain has a lot of causes. Stress, incorrect or a lack of exercise, and many hours of sitting at a desk are just as much part of this as blockages, complaints following operations or various kinds of spinal issues. Your physiotherapist in Bad Schallerbach knows the causes and exercises that can help you to strengthen and stretch your muscles.
Rehabilitation against back pain and back training
You train in accordance with the Tergumed® back training concept and strengthen your torso muscles for unspecific troubles, e.g. wear and tear, incorrect posture, stress, muscular imbalances. After a brief check-up for the Tergumed® therapy, 13 40-minute training sessions accompanied by a physiotherapist follow. This back training is also suitable for preventing back pain
A combined ambulatory therapy of physiotherapy, baths and packs is used to treat radiologically documented disorders, e.g. slipped discs. You can take advantage of ten 25-minute kinesiatrics sessions, ten 20-minute health baths and ten 25-minute fango packs over the course of three weeks.
After an operation, rehabilitation in Bad Schallerbach helps you to regain your mobility. Experienced therapists get you back up and running with ten 20-minute water gymnastics sessions, ten 25-minute kinesiatrics sessions and ten 15-minute healing massages over the course of three weeks.
Tergumed® therapy against back pain
Tergumed® therapy is a modern training therapy using highly modern equipment to achieve optimum results. The range of movement and strength of your torso muscles is measured before creating your individual training plan to combat back pain. The training improves neuro-muscular control and strength, which helps to alleviate or prevent back pain.
Tergumed® equipment employs the principle of “biofeedback”. The intensity, speed and range of motion are guided and can be visually controlled on a monitor. The medically recognised Tergumed® method significantly improves muscular strength and coordination. Best make your training appointments today!
Therapy packages for a healthy back
- 1-day package with 20% savings!
- Brief Tergumed® check-up (brief physiotherapeutical examination and Tergumed® data collection)
- 1 Tergumed® training session
- 1 Galileo® vibration training session
- 12 x 40 minutes Tergumed® training session
- A maximum of 2 persons train at the same time
Back training billing with health insurance providers
The team of the Physikarium in Bad Schallerbach will be happy to obtain approval for the therapy from your health insurance provider. First, all planned therapies are paid by you in advance. Upon completing the final treatment, you will receive a bill that you can submit to your health insurance provider along with the prescription. You will be reimbursed for around 30% of the cost (exception: Tergumed® therapy).
The Physikarium in Bad Schallerbach can bill some Austrian health insurance providers directly, i.e. the BVA, the SV of farmers and the VA of railroad employees. In these cases, you only have to meet possible retention costs. The Physikarium team is happy to inform you on +43 7249 440 810 or 811. Alternately, you can email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org.