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Physiotherapy VITALplus

Greifswald, Rostock & Wismar

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Our practice not only offers you a wide range of treatment methods, but also various biomechanical and postural and physiological examinations. In combination with the clinical examination, an overall picture is created from a functional point of view, which enables us to develop an optimal therapy or training strategy. Even after your physical complaints have been treated, you have the opportunity to have your fitness and health status checked in regular follow-up checks. This gives us the opportunity to identify problems that are creeping in, such as muscular imbalances, poor posture and gait or restricted mobility, so that we can then give you personal recommendations for action. 

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BackScan® allows a unique, functional analysis of the spine and back. Aspects such as posture, mobility and posture competence are clearly presented and form the basis for targeted visualizations and well-founded exercise recommendations. The analysis is carried out with the help of a handy measuring device, which is run over the back in various measuring positions. The curvature of the spine is recognized via the surface. The results allow conclusions to be drawn about the shape of the spine and the functional interaction of vertebrae in motion or under load. Function and abnormalities are made visible - both at the level of individual vertebrae and in regions - and can be used as a basis for planning or success control for measures in the field of back health. 


Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic system of the latest generation, with which we record tense and weakened muscle areas as well as functional deficits with  with the highest precision . Using bipolar surface electrodes, we analyze the ability to relax and contract statically and dynamically. Muscular imbalances, tension, myogelosis as well as contraction and functional deficits are made visible and documented over the course of therapy._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_

With the extension SinfoMedMMT, the already explained SinfoMed EMG system becomes a complete "manual muscle test system" and reveals muscle strength deficits and imbalances in a right-left comparison. The force transducer reacts to both tension and pressure and quickly and reliably analyzes the force values of the body parts measured. The software automatically calculates the average strength and the percentage right-left difference. For example, muscular imbalances can be displayed quantitatively in order to be able to make problem-oriented recommendations for action and exercises.

Info: In addition to the "bony" diagnostics (X-ray, static analysis, bone density measurement), the EMG exclusively offers the possibility of standardized muscle function diagnostics. In contrast to the needle EMG variant, the surface EMG method offers a completely pain and side effect-free examination method. 


Mobee fit analyzes the mobility of relevant muscle groups and reveals deficits and asymmetries. Thanks to quickly carried out follow-up checks and individual recommendations for action and exercises, it forms an ideal basis for planning mobility-promoting measures. The mobee fit  Beweglichkeitsanalyse  includes tests for various purposes and is carried out using a compact, sensor-based measuring device. During the analysis, you can track your range of motion in real time. The results (range of motion, symmetry and harmony) are then presented in a comprehensible and striking manner. With regular measurements, progress displays are also possible.


The Stress Pilot is a scientifically based measurement method that measures heart rate variability (HRV). The measurement is simple, reliable and can be carried out in just one minute. The HRV parameters are analyzed and weighted, which enable a statement to be made about the ability of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) to regulate stress. The measurement of the heart rate variability (HRV) is carried out by taking the pulse using ear clips and analyzing the signal using the proven Stress Pilot hardware.



A healthy heart can adapt to both stress and relief. It beats faster or slower accordingly. This variance can be measured via the pulse rate. The value determined is called heart rate variability (HRV). The more variably your heart can adapt, the higher your HRV value will be and the less stressed the system will work.

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