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Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on restoring and improving physical function and mobility in individuals affected by injury, illness, or disability. Physiotherapists employ a variety of techniques and exercises to alleviate pain, improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion, and promote overall physical well-being.

They work with patients of all ages and conditions, developing customized treatment plans to address specific needs and goals. Rehabilitation, on the other hand, refers to the process of restoring a person’s functional abilities, independence, and quality of life after an injury, surgery, or illness. It often involves a multidisciplinary approach, with physiotherapists playing a key role in providing rehabilitative care.

Through targeted exercises, manual therapy, and patient education, physiotherapy and rehabilitation help individuals regain function, reduce disability, and enhance their overall quality of life.

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Mobility Disorders

Depression and Anxiety

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – IBS

Overweight and Obesity

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Mahnaz Razavi

Mahnaz Razavi

Physiotherapist, specialist in pain and pain treatment.

Clinically active physiotherapist since 1987 in Stockholm. Holds a master’s degree in physiotherapy and is a specialist in pain and pain management. She has a degree in orthopaedic manual therapy step 2 and a degree in acupuncture in 1993 with further studies in China and Japan.

English, Spanish
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Tobi Sömmer

Physiotherapist

Born in Germany, studied physiotherapy and manual therapy in Berlin, worked at specialized hospitals in Germany before moving to the Costa del Sol in 2016. Member of the German Clinic Marbella team since 2019 and at Compass Clinic since 2023.

Specialties: Physiotherapy, Manual therapy, Lymphatic drainage, Wellness, Osteopathic techniques, Personal Training.

English, Spanish, German
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