Are you looking to improve certain aspects of your body or face but don't want surgery or major downtime to get it? Aesthetic physiotherapy offers an alternative.

The physiotherapists at Turó Park Medical Clinic offer various aesthetic physiotherapy treatments to correct the appearance of the body or face: cellulite, wrinkles, silhouette, stretch marks, scars, etc.

Make an appointment now for a personalized consultation and enhance your beauty!

What is aesthetic physiotherapy?

We all know the "classic" physiotherapy which prevents and treats certain disorders of the musculoskeletal system thanks to manual techniques (massages, mobilizations, etc) or instrumental techniques (electrotherapy, ultrasounds, etc). It essentially aims to improve the functional aspect of the body.

On the other hand, aesthetic physiotherapy aims to improve the aesthetic aspect of the body through different techniques and protocols.

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Why should one book a consultation of aesthetic physiotherapy?

Weight loss and figure toning are undoubtedly the most frequent reasons for consultations in aesthetic physiotherapy, but they are not the only ones.

Aesthetic kinesitherapy can treat many problems such as:

It is important to note here that aesthetic physical therapy is part of a wider, global approach, particularly in the fight against cellulite or excess fat, combining regular physical exercise and a balanced diet.

What are the main techniques used?

Physiotherapy, whether used for aesthetics or not, offers two modes of treatment: active and passive physiotherapy.

Active physiotherapy refers to the exercises, movements or postures that the patient must perform with or without the help of the physiotherapist. In the context of aesthetic physiotherapy, this type of treatment can be considered to maintain and tone up the body and the skin.

However, aesthetic physiotherapy is generally based on passive physio (massages, stretching, mobilisation) as well as other physiotherapy techniques (vibrations, electric currents, ultrasound, etc.).

The most commonly used techniques are the following:

  • Massage (manual lymphatic drainage, palpate and roll, etc.)
  • Lipomassage, carried out with an endermology device to reduce cellulite
  • Pressotherapy boots, a technology that improves blood circulation in the legs
  • Acoustic or radial shock waves, used in particular for scars
  • Cryolipolysis, a technique for destroying fat cells by cold

What happens during a physiotherapy session at Turó Park Medical Clinic?

The treatment at Turó Park Medical Clinic always begins with a personal interview and clinical assessment, so that the physiotherapist can assess your needs, budget and availability.

During the actual session, you will usually lie or sit, depending on the type of equipment and the area of the body to be treated, while the physiotherapist carries out the treatment.

Some of the techniques may be a little uncomfortable, but they are not painful. In general, a session lasts between 15 and 45 minutes. The length of the treatment and the content of the sessions vary according to your goal.

The results are not immediate but are seen and felt progressively over the course of the sessions. Nutritional and sports management is often recommended alongside this treatment.

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Our answers to the most frequently asked questions about aesthetic physiotherapy

Is physiotherapy effective on scars?

Physiotherapy can improve the appearance of scars and alleviate any discomfort associated with the scar. Generally, the physiotherapist combines massage therapy and endermology to obtain the best results.

Does cosmetic physiotherapy help you to lose weight?

Physiotherapy does not directly cause weight loss but instead accompanies the patient while losing weight to tone their body, improve the elasticity of their skin and promote blood circulation.

Are there any contraindications to beauty physiotherapy?

Aesthetic physiotherapy is contraindicated when wearing a heart regulator or an active implant because of the risk of interference with the device used, in the presence of an infection in the area to be treated, in the presence of malignant tumours, in the presence of metallic implants or cables in the area concerned. It is also not recommended during menstruation or pregnancy because of the risk of bleeding.