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At Vavilova Medical Center in Limassol, we offer comprehensive and specialized physiotherapy services to help our patients recover from a wide range of medical conditions, including traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, neurology, and more. Our experienced physiotherapist work closely with our patients to develop individualized treatment plans to ensure optimal recovery and rehabilitation.

Our physiotherapy services are designed to help patients regain mobility, strength, and function, and improve their overall quality of life. We also provide specialized care for newborns to address various developmental conditions and ensure their healthy growth.
Tatyana Krylova, Physiotherapist

is a member of the Physiotherapy Society of Cyprus and Greece, N.D.T. Bobath, MSc in Pediatrics, a member of the American Pediatric Association, MSc in Neurology. She has extensive experience in rehabilitating patients after traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, and others. She also works with newborns from the first day of birth.

Tatyana Krylova,
Physiotherapist, Rehabilitation Specialist, Treatment of musculoskeletal disorders provides consultations on the following topics

  • How to care for preterm infants immediately after returning home from the maternity hospital.
  • How to prevent developmental delays in children.
  • Daily activity plans for completely healthy children up to one year old, and in some cases up to two years old, with advice for each month of development.
  • How to assist a baby in proper development from day one to two years old.
  • Rehabilitation for all neurological conditions in children and adults, including Parkinson's disease, consequences of traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, post-brain tumor removal surgery, joint replacement, etc.
  • First aid for stroke.
  • Organizing the patient's life after a stroke. What to do immediately after returning home from the hospital with a stroke patient.
  • Post-stroke rehabilitation, practical advice, and monitoring of the patient, creating individual therapeutic exercise complexes.
  • Rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system, including syndromes related to headaches, neck pain, lower back pain, treatment of spinal hernias, diseases of the upper and lower limbs.
  • Rehabilitation for sports injuries.
  • Motivating the patient for continuous development.