Are u looking for a recognized physiotherapist in Rome?
Dott. Emanuele Luciani holds a bachelor degree in physiotherapy obtained in 2006 at the University of Rome La Sapienza. In Italy, according to the law, physiotherapy can be practiced only by physiotherapist with a Bachelor Degree. He also is a fully qualified osteopath.
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that assesses, diagnoses, treats, and works to prevent disease and disability through physical means. Physiotherapists treat different body system such as mu musculoskeletal (bones, joints and soft tissues), neuromuscular (the brain and nervous system), cardiovascular (heart and blood circulation) and the respiratory (the organs that help you breathe, such as the windpipe (trachea), voicebox (larynx) and lungs
Techniques used by a physiotherapist include soft tissues, articulation, mobilization, stretching, advices and exercises to treat a wide range of areas such as:
men’s and women’s health (example incontinence)
post surgery rehabilitation
orthopaedics and trauma
care of the elderly
education and health promotion
Booking a physiotherapy appointment in Rome or choice a home visit from the comfort of your hotel, workplace or house.
Emanuele Luciani visits at Centro Studi Tre Fontane in Rome (near Marconi station), however if you are not able to reach the practice Emanuele will come to your house, workplace or hotel. Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at 0039-3488977681 or email. We will respond to your query within the hour and book a time and location convenient for you.
This will last approximately an hour and involve a thorough assessment looking at your movement, strength, balance, tone, swelling if present, coordination, walking and functional activities. This will be followed by effective treatment addressing your problem. A plan of future treatment will be discussed with you by your physiotherapist.
Follow up appointments
These appointments will include treatments helping you return to work, sport or any other daily activities you may be limited with as a consequence of your injury, pain or medical/neurological condition.