We use CYBEX—a modern, computer-aided evaluation and exercise system that measures and enhances muscle strength—to assess athletic performance, identify and treat muscle imbalances, and support patients’ recovery processes following all kinds of orthopaedic surgeries. We help strengthen athletes’ muscles in the shortest possible time, and evaluate their readiness to return to play after sports injuries.
Using this resistance-based exercise equipment that combines explosive power training and upper body workout principles, we improve athletes’ speed, agility and vertical jump; enhance their performance and facilitate their return to sports after injury.
We diagnose and treat injuries and disorders by means of our portable musculoskeletal ultrasonography machine, aiming to sustain our patients’ healing process and alleviate their pain by applying local injections.
With this movement pattern assessment tool prevalently used by top football teams, we identify muscle imbalances and movement inefficiencies in athletes and active individuals. In light of the FMS results, we develop corrective exercises, focusing on the prevention of potential sports injuries and the enhancement of athletic performance.
By means of this rare ergospirometric device, we measure the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the breathing air of athletes. We evaluate their maximum oxygen uptake and their respiratory response to exercise.
With PRP, a method based on the principle of injecting into damaged tissue blood platelets derived from the patient’s own blood, we accelerate and enhance the recovery process of our patients suffering from injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.
In addition to monitoring our patients’ athletic performances by evaluating their static and dynamic lung volumes, we aim to perform early detection of sports related pulmonary problems.
At our center, we prevalently use this effective method—local application of cold on damaged tissue—in the context of sports injuries, physical therapy and rehabilitation programs. Together with traditional practices such as cold packs and compresses, ice baths, wet wraps, ice massages and cooling sprays; we reduce pain and inflammation using nitrogen gas, known as one of the most advanced modern cryotherapy technologies.