Intelligent technology for rehabilitation in Helsinki.
We specialise in the treatment of musculoskeletal care, specifically back, neck, shoulder, hip, and knee disorders. Our fitness philosophy is based on active and controlled exercise training using state-of-the-art technology. Our treatment can be obtained by receiving a referral from a doctor (KELA reimbursement) or by contacting our center directly (no KELA reimbursement).
Movement as Medicine
The pain of the musculoskeletal system can often be decreased by active and controlled movement. Movement helps restore muscle coordination and increases metabolism. This makes it possible to strengthen the muscles that support the joints as well as improve endurance. As metabolism and muscle strength increases, the recovery journey begins and pain decreases.
The rehabilitation begins with a survey carried out by a physiotherapist, where initial measurements are taken, and a plan is created together with the client. Based on the measurement results, a rehabilitation program is created, which includes training with the physiotherapy equipment as well as additional exercises that support the end goal.
At the end of the treatment, tests and questionnaires corresponding to the initial measurements are taken. By comparing the results, information is obtained on the achieved results and the need for possible further measures is assessed. To maintain the results, we recommend continuing self-training in our center.
Technology as part of rehabilitation
Conservative treatment has demonstrated that it provides equally effective or even better treatment results in many musculoskeletal disorders compared to surgery. What matters, however, is what rehabilitation consists of and how it is implemented. ¹ ² With the help of the unique EVE software and biomechanically optimised training equipment, the quality and rehabilitation progress can be closely monitored.
I am Leena, 75 years old. I had surgery on my right hip in October 2020 and on my left hip 10 years ago. 10 years ago, my initial evaluation stated “Arriving with one crutch. Rehabilitation has progressed too slowly.” For my right hip, I decided to act and dedicated myself to the rehabilitation process. I heard about the Nordic Health center from my friend and decided to visit for physiotherapy rehabilitation. My physiotherapist Laura is interested in and likes her own work. It immediately benefits the customer. Her accuracy and attention, appropriate and honest comments, and answers to questions are the best help. In between my sessions, I do the prescribed home exercise program. I am excited to hear the active feedback about my own progress. Now, for the first time in my life, I am working hard to complete the exercises and staying active.