Informatics in Physiotherapy
This unique therapy combines work of the therapist with special computer system. It helps to find causality of the muscle imbalance, show it on illustrative picture for better understanding and follow efficient care. For better overview look at this short video.
How does the therapist work?
The therapist records the occurrence of fractures, localization of scars, post-operative conditions, painful muscles, joints, or spine pain in the MFK System application.
After an initial interview, the therapist performs a test to measure muscle activation. This test is performed both during the initial examination and during each subsequent visit of the client. A specific change to the standard will be recorded in the MFK System application.
The MFK System evaluates the results of the muscle activation test and, on the basis of this, displays dependencies on the load between the nervous, muscular, articular, backbone and internal systems of the client.
The MFK System application allows you to save a picture of individual diagnostic findings of the locomotor system and historically compare and evaluate changes development.
The therapist will evaluate the objective and subjective findings obtained during the anamnestic interview and examination. Then choose the appropriate therapeutic technique from a range of areas that are available in the MFK System offer. Focusing on reflective areas, fascia, trigger, tender tendon, ligament, or periosteum. In selected areas, he applies therapeutic and massage techniques, electrotherapy, exercise and other professional therapies. The site and form of implementation of the selected technique is recommended and maintained by MFK System according to the client’s current findings. The specific selection and implementation of therapy are then fully in the hands of the therapist.
After each completed therapy, the therapist performs a check on the muscles that have been marked as being altered compared to the standard. The client and therapist thus gain insight into the effectiveness of the selected therapy.