Rheumatic diseases are one of the most prevalent problems in public health, and the trend is growing with the current sedentary lifestyle. Chronic musculoskeletal pain, most often arising as a consequence of rheumatism, annually affects more than a 100 million people in Europe alone, and 1 in every 4 people globally in developed countries.
Excellent results are continuously achieved in treating patients of all ages and disorders, by using personalised therapy to restore lost functions. The medical teams successfully remove acute and chronic pain and musculoskeletal issues in patients diagnosed with arthritis, tendonitis, any kind of back pain, and work- and sport-related injuries. They also treat serious injuries causing severe movement restrictions in children with defects, accident-survivors, or elderly with broken hips. Physiatricians coordinate a long-lasting process of rehabilitation for patients with spinal cord injuries, carcinomas, concussions and other neurological disorders such as brain injuries, amputations, and multiple sclerosis.