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High quality physiotherapy care

Prevention is the key

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are pathological injuries to the bones, ligaments, joints, muscles, nerves, and vascular system which can affect the overall function of the human body. Work-related MSDs (WMSDs) are injuries to the musculoskeletal system occurring in the workplace, due to the environment, caused by repetitive motions such as bending, crawling, twisting, lifting, pushing, and pulling. WMSDs have been classified by the World Health Organization in two categories: acute and chronic injuries. Acute injuries are those that have occurred recently and may require immediate care from a health care professional.


Musculoskeletal Pain

MSK Pain is one of the symptoms with the highest frequency when seeking medical care, and among patients suffering from pain, half of the final diagnosis are due to musculoskeletal cause. Before we explain more in detail about the MSK-pain, we should talk a little more about pain, what is actually pain? Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage”. According to the IASP-10, we categorize pain into three main sub-categories: the Nociceptive pain, the Neuropathic pain and recently the new sub- category named: Nociplastic pain.


Why with us?

Our philosophy

A commitment to deliver evidence-based interventions, high quality physiotherapy care with exceptional customer service. We offer professional and expert injury management for a wide range of sporting, occupational and general musculoskeletal and neurological problems.

Our values

In our clinic we treat each patient with the utmost care, dignity and confidentially. Our highly trained and motivated physiotherapists will take great care of your physical needs, ensuring the best outcome for you at all times.


We take care


Osteoarthritis (OA) is the commonest form of arthritis and a leading cause of disability. It is characterized of a progressive joint degeneration that affects around 250 million people worldwide. Elderly (approximately 35% of patients over 65 years old) females, patients with obesity and African Americans are the population with the highest risk of developing OA. 

Shoulder problems

Shoulder pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal pain presentations with disorders of the rotator cuff, the muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder, widely regarded as the most common contributing factor. The prevalence of rotator cuff abnormalities, including rotator cuff tears, increases with age. 


Sport injuries

In our clinic, we diagnose and treat all kind of MSK problems, but we have a major specialization in sport injuries (master’s in science in Sport and Exercise medicine from Cardiff Metropolitan University). We follow the scientific recommendations and statements on treating and preventing sport injuries, therefore, we are unique in offering advanced level of care to those suffer from sport injuries.


Back pain is the single leading cause of disability, preventing many people from engaging in work as well as other everyday activities. Low back pain is a complex condition with multiple contributors to both the pain and associated disability, including psychological factors, social factors, biophysical factors, comorbidities, and pain-processing mechanisms.


A fracture is a broken bone. A bone may be completely fractured or partially fractured in any number of ways (crosswise, lengthwise, in multiple pieces). We classify the fractures into two main categories the “closed fracture” without any skin damage, and the “open" fracture” which is particularly serious because once the skin is opened-damaged, infection in both the wound and the bone can occur.

Neurological disorders

Central- or peripheral- nervous systems disorders are frequent and they need a long period of rehabilitation to restore mobility and sensation. Peripheral nervous traumas are caused mainly due to a vehicle accident or due to a fall from a certain height. Central nervous system disorder, such as brain hemorrhagic disorders can cause permanent disability and a treatment option includes simple movement re-education, balance, and gait cycle re-education.


Football injury prevention

Can we identify the injury profile of a soccer player? Can we asses injury risk? Can we classify player’s injury risk profile according to data collected from variables applied during this study ? Do we have the tools to provide an answer to this important question? Injury in soccer is a multifactorial process and therefor any attempt to predict an injury may hides insufficiency. However, collecting data regarding the physical and the performance profile of the player (strength, speed, Acc, Dcc, running distance, RPE….) the previous medical history, and the soccer game physical demands, (profile of the game) we may identify the performance capacities of both, the soccer and the player. Then, examining the information from injured players, we may conclude on the performance characteristics of the injured player, and we may come to a player injury zone characterization.

Educational Seminars

SportsMedEdu is the abbreviation for Sports Medicine Education and consists of educational activities that serve to maintain, or increase the knowledge, skills, professional performance, and relationships that a sport physiotherapist and/or a sport medicine physician uses to provide services for patients. SportsMedEdu provide innovative, cutting-edge education to sports medicine professionals. New knowledge gained, prepares sports medicine providers to implement diagnostic and therapeutic enhancements in the delivery of health care to athletes/patients.


Get in touch

+30 28410 89 303


Thermopilon 1, Agios Nikolaos, Crete, 72100

Monday – Friday 09:00 – 14:00

Monday – Friday 17:00 – 20:00