Check all the services provided in our practise, such as spinal pain management, musculoskeletal disorders management, shoulder pain syndromes, hip problems and more.
In our practice space you'll find therapy rooms and exercise instruments, as our method combines manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to achieve the best results.
The first visit is very important, and includes the assessment of your problem and designing the treatment plan with a reference to your individual needs and goals.
After the removal of a herniated disk from my low back, I was recovering pretty well for the first 5 months. Unfortunately, at this time, I had complications (muscle aches, burning sensations, stiffness, etc.) in different parts of my body (especially the legs). As I could not figure out the cause of those symptoms, I was alarmed.... Read Μore
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Recent Posts9 June 2018The “Swimmer’s Shoulder” is a debilitating painful condition of the shoulder, in athletes that swim either in an amateur level or in a competitive level. At this article we address 4 key points of the rehabilitation program, regardless of the painful cause (e.g. subacromial impingement, instability etc.), which are important for restoring restoring proper shoulder function […]5 June 2018Alex Karagiannidis participated at the ISOKINETIC CONFERENCE 2018, which was held in Barcelona (inside the Camp Nou Stadium) on June 2-4. The latest advances at the following clinical entities were emphasised during the 3-day Congress «Sports’ Injury Prevention», presented by Dr. K. Thorborg, Dr. J. Harey, Dr. M. Walden and referred to the Hip and the Knee joint, […]29 April 2018It is logical, when we are in a pain state, to focus on the symptom, and think that the problem will be solved if the pain goes away. However, this hypothesis is often not functional and sometimes leads to a vicious circle. A basic Law that governs our Health is that the root cause of […]26 April 2018One of the causes that lead to neck pain is Scapular Dyskinesia. The term “Scapular Dyskinesia” refers to the abnormal resting position of the scapula or/and its abnormal movement during arm elevation. When we elevate the arm to perform an overhead activity, e.g. to place an object on a high shelf, the scapula […]
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