Orthopaedics

Orthopaedics is the medical discipline focusing on the locomotor apparatus and its disorders.

Orthopaedists are doctors specialising in problems affecting the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves, including soft-tissue traumas (orthoplasty), from diagnosis to treatment using surgical or other means.

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Chiropractic

A science based on the study of muscular, skeletal and nervous system disorders, and the effects these alterations can have on a person's health.

Dentistry

Rehabilitation of occlusal and masticatory function with orthognathodontics. Surgery and prosthetics to re-establish a correct neuromuscular balance of the stomatognathic apparatus.

Dynamic Examination of the Feet

The data collected through a baropodometric platform are used to make insoles that correct the position and function of the foot in space.

Dietetics

We formulate suitable food diets for the individual person, taking into account his or her physiological or pathological characteristics and lifestyle, in order to ensure the best possible state of health.