Special tests that take place as part of a treatment.

Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR)

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  • if you feel like something new and still don’t want to let any gains fall by the wayside

  • if you want to train effectively despite an injury

  • if you have a packed training routine as an athlete and want to integrate additional units without high regenerative costs

  • if you love the burning sensation in the muscles and want to overcome new limits

Why Blood Flow Restriction Training?

Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR) has been known for a long time, but it is wrongly a neglected training technique. The venous return is limited with special cuffs. This has the advantage that, even with very low weights, you can set a very effective and, for many, new stimulus with which you can build up muscles just as well as with heavy weight training. Therefore, BFR training is ideal for building up muscles during or after an injury and protecting the joints and passive structures. That is why it is also popular with high-performance athletes who want to pay attention to their regeneration.

How can I integrate BFR into my training or rehab?

In addition to supervised units with our specialists on site, we also offer you the opportunity to borrow the appropriate equipment from us after training on site.

What goals can I achieve with BFR in training / rehab?

Blood flow restriction training can help in rehab to train around injuries and to maintain or even build important muscles. Since very little weight is necessary due to the special method, this training is particularly gentle on joints and passive structures and can therefore also be carried out in the event of corresponding complaints.

BFR training also provides proven success in muscle building for normal training outside of rehab and is particularly suitable for athletes who pursue other sports in addition to weight training.

Jump Analysis

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  • if you want to take a closer look at your jumping performance

  • if you want to get more out of your athletic potential

  • if you want to analyze your strengths and weaknesses more closely and adjust your training accordingly

  • if you want to monitor your progress away from the gym

  • if you are interested in numbers and dates

Why should I do a jump analysis?

By analyzing different types of jumping with the help of contact mats (or force plates), conclusions can be drawn about different strength abilities as well as strengths and weaknesses in the execution of movements and the training can be adapted.
This mainly makes sense if jumping or running are part of your sport.

Training Plan & Rehabilitation Plan – Creation

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In physiotherapy , of course, you will always receive exercises for at home (via app with videos or in writing).

If you want (in addition or afterwards) a training plan to train on your own, it costs 115.- and you get access to a free app, where there are even videos on many exercises. After we have discussed or worked through the plan together, you can train with it independently for about 8 weeks.

If you have any questions about the plan, just contact us .

Even if you only want a training plan to train independently, we first need at least 2 units together .

Lymphatic drainage

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Helps to support wound healing with a decongestant massage technique after operations and injuries.