1_ What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a science which uses non-drug and non-surgical methods to treat patients with pain or disability. The range of methods used in physiotherapy is very wide. For more information, you can see the services section of the site.

2_ Does laser therapy have any side effects?

No, laser therapy may cause side effects only if it is irradiated on the eye or bleeding area. In other cases, it does not have any complications considering safety and dosage. For more information,read the Laser Therapy section .

3_ What are the indications of dry needling?

This technique is new and based on the initial examination, the painful and involved musculoskeletal system is found, and then thin needles are used in a painless way to treat it. For more information, read the Dry needling section (Dry Needling) section .

4_ Does dry needling have any side effects?

No, for more information, read the (Dry Needling) section.

5_ What is TECAR therapy and its differences with other modalities?

TECAR is a type of electromagnetic current with low frequency and high intensity that can easily treat the deep tissues of the body. The amount of absorption and intensity and the method of using TECAR are different from other devices. For more information,see the Tecar therapy section.

6_ How much does physiotherapy cost?

Physiotherapy charges are announced annually by the Ministry of Health and Medical Education. Naturally, depending on the type of treatment services, the costs will be different.

7_ Is physiotherapy dangerous during pregnancy?

Yes. During pregnancy, except for stretching exercises and gentle manual treatments, the use of all electrical, magnetic, or laser currents and needles is prohibited.

8_ How many physiotherapy sessions are needed?

It is different dependent to pain and problem.

9_ Who needs physical therapy?

Physiotherapy has no age limit. Wherever pain or disability exist, it may be needed, from a newborn child to the elderly, everyone may need physical therapy for a reason.

10_ When is the best time to start physiotherapy?

In case of pain and disability, as soon as possible.

11_ Is dry needling painful?

No, for more information, read the (Dry Needling) section .

12_ Has dry needling long-term analgesic effects?

Yes, for more information, read the (Dry Needling) section .

13_ What are the main advantages of dry needling?

Reducing pain, spasm, eliminating trigger points and myofascial pain syndrome, reducing muscle stiffness.

14_ How much does dry needling cost?

dry needling charges are announced annually by the Ministry of Health and Medical Education.

15_ Is dry needling effective for Migraine?

Yes, for more information, read the (Dry Needling) section .

17_ What are the indications of physiotherapy and biofeedback for patients?

Incontinence, Constipation, Vaginismus, Prostatectomy, Before and after delivery, Pelvic floor physiotherapy Muscular reeducation after surgery, After pelvic surgeries, Prolapse, Pelvic floor pain.


18_ How many sessions are needed for patients using biofeedback therapy?

According to the type of problem and its severity, as well as the time that has passed since its severity, the number of sessions and achieving the desired result is different, which varies between 5 and 20 sessions. For more information, read the Pelvic floor biofeedback section .

19_ Does biofeedback have any side effects?

No, for more information, read the pelvic floor biofeedback section.

20_ Is pelvic floor biofeedback painful?

No, for more information, read the Pelvic floor biofeedback section .

21_ What is the age limit for pelvic floor biofeedback?

It is suitable for all age groups from children to elderly patients.

22_ How pelvic floor biofeedback help to patients with incontinence and constipation?

Using biofeedback, we retrain the pelvic floor muscles to perform defecation operations. Retraining is done in order to strengthen weak muscles and correct muscle contraction timing disorder or reduce the tone of muscles suffering from spasms. For more information, read the pelvic floor biofeedback section .

25_ How is constipation diagnosed?

If the frequency of defecation is less than twice a week or there is pain during defecation, you are suffering from constipation.

26_ What kind of constipation is treated with biofeedback?

Patients are eligible for pelvic floor physiotherapy treatment and the use of biofeedback after consulting a specialist doctor and the doctor's diagnosis that the cause of constipation is not intestinal obstruction or similar cases and that the reason is the incoordination of the muscles of the pelvic floor.

27_ Is pelvic floor physiotherapy and the use of biofeedback effective in cases of increasing sexual desire and strengthening vaginal muscles and increasing the quality of life of women?

Yes, pelvic floor physiotherapy is a non-invasive treatment to restore the strength of pelvic floor muscles and vaginal tightness and increase libido in women.

28_ Is the treatment of pelvic floor biofeedback, reversible?

No. If the treatment process is completed, it is irreversible.

29_ Do EMS exercises have side effects?

No, these exercises are not dangerous at all and are adjusted for clients under the supervision of a physiotherapist.

30_ Can those with certain diseases or physical conditions do EMS exercises?

People who have a heart battery or pacemaker and serious cardiovascular problems, as well as pregnant women, are among the people who should not do exercises with EMS. In the case of other diseases, after a full evaluation by a physiotherapist, the indications will be explained if necessary.

32_ How long does it take to see the results of EMS?

4 to 6 sessions after starting the exercises. But it can take a little more or less time.

33_ What is the age limit for EMS?

It is used in people over 5 years old

35_ Are EMS exercises suitable for post-pregnancy?

Yes, these exercises are recommended after the 6th week of delivery. The positive effects of these exercises have been proven on strengthening the lumbar muscles and preventing the sagging of the abdominal muscles.