Aliviam multidisciplinary team includes a physiotherapist to provide assistance in pain relief and surgery recovery. Our evidence-based diagnostic system and mechanical therapy ensure an appropriate assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Physical treatments increase strength and stability, and restore the pain patient’s functional abilities. 

McKenzie method

The McKenzie approach is a scientific assessment system and a mechanical therapy for the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Unlike traditional physiotherapy, the McKenzie approach comprises a set of exercises for self-treatment that patients learn, under the guidance of the physiotherapist, which accelerates healing and reduces the number of clinic visits. Trained patients are able to recognise symptoms easily and practice the relevant exercises on their own, reducing the frequency and intensity of pain relapses.

Kinetic control

Kinetic control encompasses the assessment and treatment of motor dysfunctions. Pain can compromise movement and, consequently, joint dynamics and muscle recruitment, fuelling a vicious circle of increasing pain. The therapist guides patients to help them move better in order to improve their functional abilities and reduce pain.

Hypopressive training

The hypopressive method comprises a set of exercises for restoring musculoskeletal tissues and systems. Exercises are practised while inducing lowered pressure, i.e., reducing intra-abdominal pressure on the pelvic floor. 

Benefits of hypopressives include: 
- Normalization of posture of posterior chain
- Postural correction for the prevention and treatment of back pain 
- Increase in abdominal and pelvic floor muscle tone
- Prevention of disc herniation
- Prevention of disc herniation
- Increase in cardiopulmonary capacity

Bad postures are a response to pain in most chronic pain conditions. The hypopressive method corrects posture while improving abdominal muscle strength. The revolutionary difference between hypopressive exercises and any other exercise program for the core is that exercises do not increase abdominal pressure, preventing not only disc and abdominal herniation but also organ prolapse. 

Please note that hypopressive exercises are not for everyone and an assessment by your therapist is required before performing these exercises. 


This service specialises in helping individuals with traumatic brain injury, neurologic impairment, or dementia. Peripheral lesions resulting from spine or nerve injury are also treated. In all circumstances, we seek to reduce impairment and control pain in order to improve the quality of life and reduce suffering for both the patient and the family.



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