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Enhance Flexibility and Mobility

At Visacova Santé, our Flexiotherapist specializes in enhancing flexibility and mobility through our unique approach to flexiotherapy. Here's what our flexiotherapist does to help you achieve better movement and comfort:

1. Assessment: Our flexiotherapist conducts a thorough assessment of your range of motion, flexibility, and any areas of stiffness or discomfort. This evaluation allows us to tailor your treatment plan to meet your specific needs.

2. Manual Techniques: Using gentle stretching, joint mobilization, and soft tissue manipulation, our therapist helps release tension and increase flexibility in muscles, tendons, and joints.

3. Customized Stretching Exercises: We prescribe personalized stretching exercises designed to target tight muscles and restricted areas. These exercises gradually improve flexibility and can be performed at home to maintain progress between sessions.

4. Joint Mobilization: Our skilled therapist performs joint mobilization techniques to improve joint mobility, reduce stiffness, and alleviate pain safely and effectively.

5. Education and Advice: We provide valuable guidance on proper body mechanics, posture correction, and self-care techniques to prevent further stiffness and improve overall mobility in your daily life.

6. Progress Monitoring: Throughout your treatment, we monitor your progress and adjust your plan as needed to ensure optimal results.



  • Limited Range of Motion

  • Back Pain

  • Neck and Shoulder Pain

  • Sports Injuries

  • Arthritis

  • Post-Surgery Rehabilitation

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Chronic Pain Conditions (e.g., sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome)

  • Stress and Anxiety

  • Muscle Strain

  • Joint Stiffness

  • ​Headaches/Migraines

  • Tendonitis

  • Scoliosis

  • Frozen Shoulder

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Repetitive Strain Injuries

  • Poor Posture

  • Bursitis


Flexiotherapy Session

Flexiotherapy is a therapeutic approach that focuses on improving flexibility, mobility, and range of motion in the body. It often involves a combination of stretching exercises, manual therapy techniques, and other modalities to address muscle tightness, joint stiffness, and movement restrictions. Flexiotherapy aims to enhance overall physical function and reduce pain or discomfort associated with musculoskeletal conditions. The flexiotherapist plays a crucial role in evaluating, assessing, and addressing limitations in joint and muscle movement, aiming to reduce the risk of injuries, and aid in their recovery. A key element of their expertise involves assisted stretching, where they actively aid clients in achieving optimal flexibility positions. This includes hands-on guidance, akin to Thai Massage, stretches both on and off-table, and specific equipment to target and improve flexibility in various muscle groups. Assisted stretching is particularly effective in promoting better range of motion, relieving muscle tension, and addressing specific areas of tightness or imbalance. Another distinctive aspect of their approach is the utilization of tension. The flexiotherapist often incorporates the activation of muscles through flexing just before releasing them. This technique proves effective in significantly enhancing muscle stretching, facilitating a more extensive reach, and providing almost immediate results. In addition to these techniques, the flexiotherapist integrates a diverse range of methods into their session, such as dynamic stretching exercises, deep massage of muscles and connective tissues, joint mobilization techniques, and targeted strengthening exercises. To keep muscles and joints relaxed and warm throughout the entire session, it is advisable to wear comfortable and warm clothing. This comprehensive approach is tailored to the individual's needs, providing personalized guidance and support. Whether the client is an athlete aiming to enhance performance or an individual recovering from injuries, working with a flexiotherapist ensures a unique and effective approach to achieving wellness goals.

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