Physiotherapy in Madrid

COVID-19 UPDATE: Maxifisio offers all services in person and online.

For more information please contact us and visit our class timetable.

If you need a Physiotherapy session do not hesitate to book with Maxifisio. We offer 30 and 55 minute sessions, working with English speaking physiotherapist Maria Moreno specialised in functional recovery, combining manual therapy and strengthening exercises to prevent future injuries.

Maxifisio is located in the El Viso area of Madrid, however given the coronavirus pandemic we are also offering physiotherapy and rehabilitation consultations online. For more information on our online consultations or any other questions please visit our contact page.

Maxifisio also specialises in ergonomic assessments. For more information please do not hesitate to contact us.

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What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy (commonly referred to as Physio) helps you restore function and recover from injury and pain through the use of physical methods like massage techniques, joint and neurodynamic mobilisations, stretching and strengthening exercises, myofascial release techniques, taping and Kinesio Taping, use of acupuncture needles (dry needling technique), etc.

At Maxifisio we specialise in functional recoverysports physiotherapy (injuries derived from physical activity and sports), Women’s Health (pregnancy, postnatal recovery, genital prolapse, urinary incontinence, etc.), Pilates rehabilitation (using equipment and mat), back pain, TMJ pain (temporomandibular joint), dry needling technique, joint hypermobility and scoliosis, soft tissue injuries (ligament, tendon and muscle injuries like sprains, tendinosis and muscle tears), bone tissue injuries (fractures and hairline fractures), cartilage injuries (like meniscal tears), physiotherapy for the elderly and ergonomic assessments.

Physiotherapy can help you with:
  • Neck and back pain
  • Neuropathies: disc prolapses and herniated discs, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica …
  • TMJ disorder and pain (temporomandibular joint)
  • Tension headaches and migraines
  • Ligament, tendon, muscle and cartilage injuries: rotator cuff pathology on the shoulder, epicondylitis (tennis elbow), epitrocleitis (golfer’s elbow), knee injuries (ligament sprains/tears and meniscal tears), ankle sprains, etc.
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS)
  • Bone injury: stress reactions, fractures, osteopenia and osteoporosis treatment…
  • Pregnancy: symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD), sacroiliac joint dysfunction, lumbar pain, rib pain…
  • Postnatal recovery: diastasis recti, genital prolapse, urinary incontinence…
  • Urogynecological dysfunctions: pelvic floor hypotonia and hypertonia, sexual dysfunction, urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Scoliosis and joint hypermobility in children, adolescents and adults
  • Pain derived from osteoarthritis and arthritic disesase
  • Preparation pre-surgery and recovery after surgery
  • Postural advice, ergonomics and injury prevention at your workplace
  • Return to fitness after an injury or surgery