• Misión

    Misión

    Ser un centro de fisioterapia y atención integral que provea servicios de prevención, atención y mantenimiento del bienestar físico de la más alta calidad, innovación y creatividad. Así mismo, ser un espacio referente donde se cuente con un equipo de trabajo transdisciplinario que de manera conjunta pueda abordar y ofrecer servicios de excelencia y sentido humanitario.
  • Visión

    Visión

    Ser un centro de fisioterapia y atención integral de referencia social, enfocado en facilitar alternativas de prevención, atención y mantenimiento del bienestar físico de la más alta calidad e innovación.
  • Objetivos

    Objetivos

    • Proporcionar soluciones a problemáticas físicas a través de modalidades innovadoras
    • Ofrecer atención personalizada a cada usuario, desde una perspectiva biopsicosocial
    • Ofrecer servicios complementarios para una atención integral (terapia de lenguaje, terapia ocupacional, apoyo emocional, guía nutricional, etc.)
    • Ofrecer un espacio especializado para la facilitación y atención de individuos con discapacidad visual, enfermedades respiratorias, alteraciones músculo-esqueléticas asociadas a la práctica de danza, así como acondicionamiento físico deportivo.
    • Ser precursores en la promoción y manejo de fisioterapia preventiva, ofreciendo servicios continuos de mantenimiento físico
  • Valores

    Valores

    Sentido Humanista / Responsabilidad / Compromiso / Pasión por servir / Ética profesional / Empatía / Práctica basada en Evidencia Científica / Trabajo Multidisciplinario / Calidad Humana en Nuestros Servicios y Colaboradores
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MEP

MEP

Microcorriente galvánica percutánea, a través de la piel, con la finalidad de provocar una respuesta inflamatoria controlada.
Gancho

Gancho

Permiten penetrar de una manera más precisa y eficaz entre los fascículos musculares, incidiendo sobre lugares de difícil donde nuestras manos no pueden alcanzar.
Bandas

Bandas

Genera una compresión global de la articulación y/o tejido blando, disminuyendo la tensión muscular.
Nuestras Manos

Nuestras Manos

El mayor instrumento del terapeuta (nos permiten palpar, diagnosticar y detectar cambios antes y durante la terapia).
Se utilizan en la terapia ocupacional.
Tape

Tape

Técnica complementaria para activación y relajación muscular; drenaje linfático, corrección articular, estimulación propioceptiva.
Mulligan

Mulligan

método de Terapia Manual utilizado para el tratamiento de lesiones musculoesqueléticas,brinda efectos inmediatos en la amplitud de movimiento y/o dolor.
Ganchos de Obsidiana

Ganchos de Obsidiana

Utlizada para realizar Terapia manual y masoterapia instrumentada.
3tool

3tool

Herramienta para terapia manual instrumentada
  • MEP

    MEP

    Microcorriente galvánica percutánea, a través de la piel, con la finalidad de provocar una respuesta inflamatoria controlada.
  • Gancho

    Gancho

    Permiten penetrar de una manera más precisa y eficaz entre los fascículos musculares, incidiendo sobre lugares de difícil donde nuestras manos no pueden alcanzar.
  • Bandas

    Bandas

    Genera una compresión global de la articulación y/o tejido blando, disminuyendo la tensión muscular.
  • Nuestras Manos

    Nuestras Manos

    El mayor instrumento del terapeuta (nos permiten palpar, diagnosticar y detectar cambios antes y durante la terapia).
  • Se utilizan en la terapia ocupacional.
  • Tape

    Tape

    Técnica complementaria para activación y relajación muscular; drenaje linfático, corrección articular, estimulación propioceptiva.
  • Mulligan

    Mulligan

    método de Terapia Manual utilizado para el tratamiento de lesiones musculoesqueléticas,brinda efectos inmediatos en la amplitud de movimiento y/o dolor.
  • Ganchos de Obsidiana

    Ganchos de Obsidiana

    Utlizada para realizar Terapia manual y masoterapia instrumentada.
  • 3tool

    3tool

    Herramienta para terapia manual instrumentada

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