Prevention training has gained more and more importance in the past, because it serves injuries in everyday life. For example, to avoid at work, during free time or during sports. Prevention training is therefore a provision which must be individually adapted to their lifestyle. The method of this training is also known as functional training and is described in its name, as it maintains certain physical mechanisms of specific movements.
Anyone who after injury or surgery, does not feel the same as before with appropriate subsequent physiotherapy treatment, can achieve their old proficiency level, by relying on sport as a therapy. This has been particularly effective for those suffering from cardiovascular or orthopaedic problems.Particularly common diseases such as herniated disk, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, atheroslerosis or varices benefit greatly from therapy, based on targeted sports units.