Posture analysis is the basis of physical therapy treatments and an important part of health assessment. careless posture, Scheuermann's disease, scoliosis, chest, pelvic asymmetries, other joints; axis deviations from the physiological weight line, longitudinal/transverse plantar arch subsidence, deviations in the hip-knee-ankle line, etc. If we find deviations affecting the range of motion, we can of course continue with the tests described in the condition assessment. During the analysis, the patient gets a detailed picture of his posture and the condition of the soft tissues that affect it. Here, too, the examination begins with a questioning, then an important part is the inspection, which takes place from the front, back, and both sides and follows the orientation points of bony structures and soft tissue indentations. Based on the inspection, we set up the areas to be examined in more detail, where we map the dysfunctions with manual examinations, muscle extensibility and muscle strength tests, and tissue displacement tests. At the end of the examination, a physiotherapy diagnosis is formed, based on this, the treatment plan is drawn up, and the patient receives information about the treatment method to be chosen. At the end of the posture analysis, depending on the complexity of the problem, physiotherapy tasks, ergonomics and lifestyle counseling can already take place.
What do you bring with you?
Comfortable clothing that does not restrict movement. (The condition assessment begins in underwear, continuing in comfortable clothing depending on the problem)
Documents deemed important for medical anamnesis (possible medical diagnosis, imaging results)