Don’t let pain and aches limit your life

Individualized physiotherapy helps when sports injuries or work-related aches and pains limit your life. Our physiotherapists are professionals of musculoskeletal disorders, who can help you no matter how active you are.

Physiotherapy in Rovaniemi

The goal of physiotherapy is to maintain and improve people’s ability to function and move. The key task of physiotherapy is to evaluate the patient’s general health, mobility, functional ability and to make an assessment in his or her operating environment.

The physiotherapist also assesses the need for aids and guides their use. The rehabilitee is activated and instructed to take responsibility for his or her own health, functionality and choices related to their promotion in cooperation with other experts. Physiotherapy is part of the public and private social, health and rehabilitation service system.

Physical therapy helps with the following issues:

  • musculoskeletal disorders
  • neurological diseases
  • pelvic floor muscle symptoms, eg urinary incontinence, intercourse pain
  • occlusion disorders
  • increasing postoperative functioning

Choose a service

Professionals with extensive experience

We have a wide range of health care professionals working here at Lapin Liikuntaklinikka with your best interest in mind.
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Why physiotherapy?

Suitable for everyone

Suitable for both elite athletes and those suffering from work-related pain

Improves performance

Maintains and improves performance

includes guidance

Includes assessment and guidance of aid needs

A holistic approach

A holistic approach is better than individual treatments

Frequently asked questions about physiotherapy

  • What kind of education a physiotherapist has?

    A physiotherapist is a legal health care professional, who has completed physiotherapist’s technical college degree of 3,5 years. The physiotherapists working at Lapin Liikuntaklinikka also possess a lot of speciality skills (e.g. neurological physiotherapy, lymphatic therapy etc.).