Physioloft's Physiotherapy team consists of physiotherapists with postgraduate training in internationally recognized universities abroad as well as in Greece. Our training combined with our multi-year experience in the field of rehabilitation ensures highest-level services are provided.
Professor and then Director of the Biomechanics Research Laboratory, at the Physiotherapy Department of the University of Peloponnese. His research and clinical interest focuses on the biomechanics and rehabilitation of hip, knee and shoulder arthroplasty as well as spinal disorders. He is a reviewer in the scientific journals “Journal of Arthroplasty” (USA), “Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Research” (UK), “Journal of Surgery and Operative Care” (USA) and a member of the editorial board of the “International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Clinical Science” (USA) and the “Deformities in Bones and Muscle Journal” (AU). Finally, he has 17 years of clinical experience in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.
The Physioloft Physiotherapy Center provides outpatient physiotherapy services focused on recovering the health and functional capacity of individuals following acute illness or injury.
It started its operation in Kifissia in July 2010 in state-of-the-art fully equipped facilities of 330 m2. Physiotherapy sessions take place in individual rooms complying with all recent safety and hygiene protocols.
The scientific team of PHYSIOLOFT has many years of proven experience in the rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal, Sports injuries, and Neurological diseases. For more than 17 years we have been taking care of our patients to regain their functionality and quality of life. Our specialization and clinical experience in the field of physical therapy enable us to respectfully offer our patients all the supplies for a healthy everyday life.
The Pilates method was invented by Joseph Pilates in 1920 for the purpose of rehabilitating injured victims of World War I. It gradually became a very popular exercise method worldwide and is now widely used by physical therapists to rehabilitate injuries. The Clinical Pilates method is an excellent way to increase stability, improve posture, increase muscle tone, rehabilitate, and prevent injuries in a very safe exercise environment under the guidance of a certified instructor.
Research and development
The PHYSIOLOFT Physiotherapy Center uses approved (FDA, CE approved) systems of new technologies in patients’ evaluation and rehabilitation, such as inertial measurement sensors, and actively participates in the research and development of new ones.
From 2021, in collaboration with the University of Ioannina, the National Technical University of Athens, the University of Peloponnese, and the OSTRACON company, we participate as a partner in the Research project “Rehabotics” for the functional rehabilitation of the limb in neurological patients.
190 Kifisias Avenue
Kifissia, P.K. 14562
Phone/Fax: +30 2106250222