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Whether you are looking for a physiotherapist, brief therapist, psychotherapist, psychologist, speech therapist or other healthcare professionals, we have a wide selection of professional therapists ready to help you.


Do you have pain or challenges in movement? Physiotherapy can be a solution to help you restore your body's ability to function and improve your quality of life.

Physiotherapy is treatment offered by professionals specializing in the human body, which covers a wide range of research, prevention and treatment methods. Regardless of whether you suffer from back or neck pain, joint problems, muscle tension or sports injuries, a physiotherapist can offer you help that is tailored to your needs.

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A psychotherapist is a trained professional who helps you understand and handle your own thought patterns, emotions and stressful life experiences. In psychotherapy, you are helped to understand yourself better, find your strengths, and develop effective ways to cope with difficult situations.

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In massage, versatile techniques are used to treat the body's soft tissues. The versatility of massage offers an effective way to promote relaxation, relieve stress and pain, and improve mobility. Some different massage styles include classic massage, sports massage and mobilizing. Choose the style that suits you.

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Brief therapy

In brief therapy, the therapy is goal-oriented in accordance with the client's wishes, where the focus is on things on the surface and to try to find working solutions. Brief therapy can help with, among other things, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, exhaustion and crises encountered in life.

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Physiotherapy is a treatment method offered by a healthcare professional that focuses on improving a person's ability to move and function.


Psychology aims to understand how people think, feel and behave in different situations by studying the diverse phenomena of both the mind and human behavior.


Speech therapy is a form of therapy that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of disorders of speech, language, communication and voice development.


Nutritional therapy can help people prevent and manage diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, digestive problems, allergies and obesity.


Occupational therapy helps individuals develop, restore or maintain the skills needed for daily activities and offers therapy to improve overall independence and well-being.


Foot therapy is a form of treatment that focuses on promoting the health and well-being of the lower limbs, especially the feet. Podiatrists specialize in examining, preventing and treating lower limb problems.


Chiropractors are healthcare professionals who focus on promoting the function and health of the musculoskeletal system.


Massage is a form of manual therapy in which the body's soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, connective tissues and blood circulation, are treated with various techniques.


Naprapathy is a form of therapeutic treatment that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal problems.


Osteopathy is a holistic form of treatment that aims to restore the body's natural balance and promote its optimal functioning.


Psychotherapy focuses on supporting the client's psychological well-being and mental health. A therapist or a psychologist trained in psychotherapy helps individuals, couples or families deal with and solve various challenges.


Brief therapy offers quickly accessible mental health support for sudden or limited problems. Brief therapy usually focuses on a clear therapy structure and goal-oriented work.


Sexual therapy is confidential and professional client work, where the focus is on the interaction between the client and the therapist. The goal in sexual therapy is to strengthen sexual well-being and increase the patients's understanding of their own sexuality.