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 Fisioterapia ao Domicílio 

Desloco-me ao domicílio, onde realizo sessões de fisioterapia e avaliações ergonómicas para profissionais em teletrabalho.


O serviço funciona com a marcação de uma avaliação inicial, que se destina à elaboração de um plano de reabilitação personalizado.

As sessões de fisioterapia em casa têm uma duração de 45 a 60 minutos, e a periodicidade das mesmas dependerá das necessidades de cada pessoa.

Pode adquirir sessões individuais ou optar por pacotes de sessões. Todo o material de fisioterapia necessário para proporcionar uma recuperação rápida e eficaz está assegurado por mim.

Sessões avulso

45€

Pacote de 10 sessões

400€

-50€

Valor 

Desconto

Fisioterapia ao Domicílio

Fora do horário de atendimento

60€

1.ª Sessão (avaliação)

50€

Geriátria

 Especialidades 

Fisioterapia Geriátrica

fisioterapia geriatrica

Envelhecer faz parte de nós, mas nem sempre é fácil adaptarmo-nos às mudanças trazidas por essa etapa da nossa vida. A fisioterapia em idosos é essencial para ajudar a manter a saúde e gerir doenças à medida que se avança na idade.

 

Desde o controlo da dor à melhoria das capacidades físicas e à prevenção do risco de quedas, a fisioterapia para idosos é uma excelente opção não cirúrgica e não medicamentosa para melhorar a saúde e o bem-estar, prolongando a autonomia e a independência. 

A minha ajuda não está circunscrita apenas aos idosos, vai também ao encontro de todos os cuidadores (cônjuges, filhos(as), netos(as)), que acabam por sentir dificuldades como esforço físico e emocional e na saúde de uma forma geral, bem como a restrição da vida pessoal, social, familiar e profissional.

 

Posso garantir benefícios adicionais para os cuidadores ao sugerir a reorganização da disposição dos móveis e outros itens da casa, para promover um melhor fluxo, ou algo mais substancial, como modificações na casa ou equipamentos adaptativos e apoio emocional, bem como ensinar técnicas e estratégias de cuidados a ter com o seu familiar idoso.

 

Estas mudanças, além de reduzirem os riscos de lesões ou quedas em casa e de ajudarem a promover um ambiente doméstico mais seguro e autónomo para o paciente, vão reduzir o esforço físico e a sobrecarga emocional e gerar mais tempo livre para o cuidador.

  • I’m going to take up a new sport (tennis, padel, running), or I haven’t done any exercise for years. What can I do to prevent injury?
    In both these situations, I begin with a conversation to discuss all your past injuries, illnesses and exercise experience. The second stage is a physical assessment, involving functional tests and movement analysis, both general and specific to the sport in question. This will allow me to investigate possible biomechanical changes in your joints, and gain useful information on any unusual movement patterns. The results of this conversation and of these measurements, observations and tests will then enable us to identify the limitations and potential of your performance. Together, we can work on injury prevention, physical fitness and specific training for the movements of your chosen sport.
  • I’m an amateur/professional sports player, and I feel that my technical movements risk causing injury. How can you help me?
    This feeling shows your ability to understand your own body, how it works, its limitations and its physical condition. This is called “body awareness”, which is the basis for knowing how to protect your body from injury and illness. It is also an essential condition for boosting your sports performance. That said, I can help you understand if your technical movements really are a risk factor by observing you when playing your sport and performing functional and clinical tests to exclude other risk factors.
  • I play sport regularly, but I don’t feel that I’m progressing physically. I’d like to improve my performance without getting injured. How can I do it?
    Most sports involve high-intensity exercises, which require constant progress and physical commitment. Therefore, there is an increased risk of associated injury, which we should prevent or treat. My physical preparation and prevention work focuses on improving: coordination; balance; flexibility; dynamic, static and explosive strength; muscle, anaerobic and aerobic resistance; movement and reflex speed; and agility. For injury rehabilitation, I focus on specific exercises to improve mobility, strength gain and proprioceptive development. Other important variables in enhancing performance levels are nutrition, sports psychology and rest. If I notice needs related to these variables, I will recommend professionals in these areas for specialized guidance.
  • Recently, my muscle/joint always hurts after I play sport. It’s a pain that goes away after one or two days if I apply ice and painkiller ointment, but it always comes back after physical activity. What should I do?
    Physiotherapy is a powerful ally for tackling discomfort and limitations caused by pain. It is also an alternative to prolonged use of painkillers and anti-inflammatory treatment, which have different side effects and only address the symptoms of pain, rather than its cause. I can’t objectively answer this question without a prior assessment, which will allow us to identify the source of your pain together. So, please don’t hesitate to make an assessment appointment with me.
  • I have an upcoming sports trial/game/event and I’m injured. It won’t stop me competing, but it could get worse during the competition and negatively affect my performance. Can you support me through this sports trial/game/event?
    Of course! Ideally, we would start with pre-competition recovery work to reduce the risk of worsening the injury as much as possible. On the day of the competition, I can be there to assist you however I can. The price of this support is calculated in line with the characteristics of the sports trial/game/event.
Desporto

Fisioterapia no Desporto

Se é desportista amador(a) ou profissional, o exercício físico pode levar a lesões no sistema neuro-músculo-esquelético e obrigá-lo(a) a interromper a prática da modalidade.

 

A minha especialidade é diagnosticar, tratar e prevenir quaisquer lesões relacionadas com o desporto, sejam elas agudas ou crónicas.

 

Ao contrário das pequenas lesões do dia a dia, as lesões desportivas são muito mais graves. O exercício de alta intensidade e a repetição constante do gesto desportivo, característico de uma modalidade, podem afetar o sistema esquelético, incluindo músculos e ligamentos.

 

Portanto, ao trabalhar consigo, concentro-me também na prevenção de lesões por meio da educação e do desenvolvimento de programas e exercícios personalizados de treino, otimizando a sua função e contribuindo para um melhor desempenho desportivo (desporto de lazer ou de alta competição).

fisioterapia no desporto
  • I’m going to take up a new sport (tennis, padel, running), or I haven’t done any exercise for years. What can I do to prevent injury?
    In both these situations, I begin with a conversation to discuss all your past injuries, illnesses and exercise experience. The second stage is a physical assessment, involving functional tests and movement analysis, both general and specific to the sport in question. This will allow me to investigate possible biomechanical changes in your joints, and gain useful information on any unusual movement patterns. The results of this conversation and of these measurements, observations and tests will then enable us to identify the limitations and potential of your performance. Together, we can work on injury prevention, physical fitness and specific training for the movements of your chosen sport.
  • I’m an amateur/professional sports player, and I feel that my technical movements risk causing injury. How can you help me?
    This feeling shows your ability to understand your own body, how it works, its limitations and its physical condition. This is called “body awareness”, which is the basis for knowing how to protect your body from injury and illness. It is also an essential condition for boosting your sports performance. That said, I can help you understand if your technical movements really are a risk factor by observing you when playing your sport and performing functional and clinical tests to exclude other risk factors.
  • I play sport regularly, but I don’t feel that I’m progressing physically. I’d like to improve my performance without getting injured. How can I do it?
    Most sports involve high-intensity exercises, which require constant progress and physical commitment. Therefore, there is an increased risk of associated injury, which we should prevent or treat. My physical preparation and prevention work focuses on improving: coordination; balance; flexibility; dynamic, static and explosive strength; muscle, anaerobic and aerobic resistance; movement and reflex speed; and agility. For injury rehabilitation, I focus on specific exercises to improve mobility, strength gain and proprioceptive development. Other important variables in enhancing performance levels are nutrition, sports psychology and rest. If I notice needs related to these variables, I will recommend professionals in these areas for specialized guidance.
  • Recently, my muscle/joint always hurts after I play sport. It’s a pain that goes away after one or two days if I apply ice and painkiller ointment, but it always comes back after physical activity. What should I do?
    Physiotherapy is a powerful ally for tackling discomfort and limitations caused by pain. It is also an alternative to prolonged use of painkillers and anti-inflammatory treatment, which have different side effects and only address the symptoms of pain, rather than its cause. I can’t objectively answer this question without a prior assessment, which will allow us to identify the source of your pain together. So, please don’t hesitate to make an assessment appointment with me.
  • I have an upcoming sports trial/game/event and I’m injured. It won’t stop me competing, but it could get worse during the competition and negatively affect my performance. Can you support me through this sports trial/game/event?
    Of course! Ideally, we would start with pre-competition recovery work to reduce the risk of worsening the injury as much as possible. On the day of the competition, I can be there to assist you however I can. The price of this support is calculated in line with the characteristics of the sports trial/game/event.
Muculoesquelética

Fisioterapia Musculoesquelética

A fisioterapia musculoesquelética é o tratamento de um amplo número de lesões, distúrbios e doenças que afetam articulações, músculos, ligamentos e tendões.

 

Lesões desportivas, dores nas articulações e problemas complexos de dor, como doenças reumatológicas e problemas após procedimentos cirúrgicos, são exemplos de disfunções que a fisioterapia musculoesquelética pode ajudar a tratar.

A minha intervenção nesta área consiste em educar/informar, diagnosticar, tratar e prevenir problemas musculares e articulares, especialmente na coluna vertebral, que geralmente causam dor lombar e dor cervical. Dedico tempo a explicar o seu diagnóstico e a promover o seu envolvimento ativo no período de reabilitação.

lesoes musculoesqueleticas
  • I’m going to take up a new sport (tennis, padel, running), or I haven’t done any exercise for years. What can I do to prevent injury?
    In both these situations, I begin with a conversation to discuss all your past injuries, illnesses and exercise experience. The second stage is a physical assessment, involving functional tests and movement analysis, both general and specific to the sport in question. This will allow me to investigate possible biomechanical changes in your joints, and gain useful information on any unusual movement patterns. The results of this conversation and of these measurements, observations and tests will then enable us to identify the limitations and potential of your performance. Together, we can work on injury prevention, physical fitness and specific training for the movements of your chosen sport.
  • I’m an amateur/professional sports player, and I feel that my technical movements risk causing injury. How can you help me?
    This feeling shows your ability to understand your own body, how it works, its limitations and its physical condition. This is called “body awareness”, which is the basis for knowing how to protect your body from injury and illness. It is also an essential condition for boosting your sports performance. That said, I can help you understand if your technical movements really are a risk factor by observing you when playing your sport and performing functional and clinical tests to exclude other risk factors.
  • I play sport regularly, but I don’t feel that I’m progressing physically. I’d like to improve my performance without getting injured. How can I do it?
    Most sports involve high-intensity exercises, which require constant progress and physical commitment. Therefore, there is an increased risk of associated injury, which we should prevent or treat. My physical preparation and prevention work focuses on improving: coordination; balance; flexibility; dynamic, static and explosive strength; muscle, anaerobic and aerobic resistance; movement and reflex speed; and agility. For injury rehabilitation, I focus on specific exercises to improve mobility, strength gain and proprioceptive development. Other important variables in enhancing performance levels are nutrition, sports psychology and rest. If I notice needs related to these variables, I will recommend professionals in these areas for specialized guidance.
  • Recently, my muscle/joint always hurts after I play sport. It’s a pain that goes away after one or two days if I apply ice and painkiller ointment, but it always comes back after physical activity. What should I do?
    Physiotherapy is a powerful ally for tackling discomfort and limitations caused by pain. It is also an alternative to prolonged use of painkillers and anti-inflammatory treatment, which have different side effects and only address the symptoms of pain, rather than its cause. I can’t objectively answer this question without a prior assessment, which will allow us to identify the source of your pain together. So, please don’t hesitate to make an assessment appointment with me.
  • I have an upcoming sports trial/game/event and I’m injured. It won’t stop me competing, but it could get worse during the competition and negatively affect my performance. Can you support me through this sports trial/game/event?
    Of course! Ideally, we would start with pre-competition recovery work to reduce the risk of worsening the injury as much as possible. On the day of the competition, I can be there to assist you however I can. The price of this support is calculated in line with the characteristics of the sports trial/game/event.
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