Physiotherapy – the entire spectrum

Physiotherapy is an umbrella term for various therapy methods for the treatment of health disorders, in particular complaints of the musculoskeletal system.


Physiotherapy is paid for by the basic insurance upon prescription. Tariffs without prescription:
25 min: CHF 75
50 min: CHF 130

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Physiotherapy (from the Greek phýsis – “nature”) is an umbrella term for different therapy methods, which are used especially for complaints of the musculoskeletal system.

Together with medicine and care, physiotherapy forms the three pillars of orthodox medicine. Physiotherapy is aimed at injured patients as well as people with acute or chronic illnesses, the disabled and the healthy. Physiotherapy is an alternative or sensible supplement to surgical or medical treatment for many complaints.

What the physiotherapeutic methods have in common is that they are not invasive, but have a purely physical effect on tissue, muscles, tendons and joints. The different types of treatment can be divided into active and passive methods.

  • In the active part, the movement therapy, the patient trains his pain away under the guidance of the physio with targeted stress. Numerous studies have shown that active physiotherapy often achieves the best and most lasting results.
  • Passive physiotherapy is a procedure in which physical stimuli are applied: Heat and cold, electricity and (ultra-)sound waves, but above all the hands of the physiotherapist, who solves pain with targeted grips and corrects incorrect postures.

We at Physiozentrum attach particular importance to the combination of active and passive forms of therapy: Classical therapeutic hand movements and technical aids, then training with individually dosed load.