The therapeutic principle of muscle tone normalization can be applied to certain types of pain, functional impairments, and even certain deformities of the locomotor apparatus.
Inductive physiotherapy is indicated for the treatment of:
– musculoskeletal disorders. These encompasses a variety of muscle, tendon, nerve and joint disorders that can affect the spine (neck pain, upper/middle/lower back pain, etc.), the arms (tendinitis, periarthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.) and the legs (tendinitis, knee pain, hip pain, Morton’s neuroma, etc.).
– certain acquired deformities of the locomotor apparatus (i.e. absent at birth), as long as they are not too well established and thus are still reversible. These acquired deformities can affect the spine and the limbs (scoliosis, kyphosis, flat feet, genu varum, genu valgum, hallux valgus, etc.).