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Medical training therapy

Never Repeat, Always Evolve: Tailored Medical Training Therapy for You.

what you need to know about medical traning therapy

Medical Training Therapy is a specialized form of exercise-based treatment designed to improve physical functionality, strength, and mobility. Tailored to meet individual needs, MTT is often used to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions, post-operative recovery, or as a preventive measure to enhance overall wellness.

Medical Training Therapy (MTT) at Physio Dynamics is not just another exercise regimen; it’s a specialized treatment infused with osteopathic principles. This means we focus not just on the targeted muscles and joints, but also consider the interconnectedness of your body’s systems. The therapy aims to improve physical functionality while balancing the body’s internal environment for holistic wellness.

main key features about manual therapy

Manual therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy delivered with the hands as opposed to a machine or device. Here are some main key features of manual therapy

Enhance Your Body's Functionality: A Holistic Medical Training Experience

Medical Training Therapy at Physio Dynamics isn’t just about physical training; it’s about achieving an integrated state of well-being. Transform your health through our uniquely tailored, osteopathically-informed MTT programs.

Mobility and Range of Motion
increase up to 35%
Pain Management
up to 40%
Overall Well-being and Stress Reduction
up to 30%

THE Therapist

Dipl. Physiotherapist

Georg J. Kuhnert

A seasoned therapist with many years of experience, now on a journey to become an osteopath.

hard work

Determination and hard work are foundational principles to achieving one's goals. Whether it's in the realms of personal growth, professional achievement, physical fitness, or any other aspect of life, a focused mind and consistent effort can move mountains.

Amazing results

Better outcomes are often achieved when patients consult a doctor or therapist of their choice promptly. Addressing issues early on increases the likelihood of a swift resolution, rather than waiting and hoping for improvement over an extended period.

fun and healthy

Therapy can be enjoyable as you learn about your body's functions and intricacies. Gaining this knowledge can help prevent recurring health issues in the long run.

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important things

While Medical Training Therapy (MTT) with an osteopathic approach offers a wide range of benefits, it’s important to note that it may not be suitable for everyone. Here are some absolute and relative contraindications:

Absolute Contraindications

  1. Recent Surgery: Patients who have recently undergone surgical procedures without medical clearance.
  2. Infectious Diseases: Including systemic infections or localized infections where treatment would occur.
  3. Fractures: Recently fractured bones or incomplete healing after fractures.
  4. Uncontrolled Cardiovascular Conditions: Such as severe hypertension or unstable angina.

Relative Contraindications

  1. Pregnancy: While not strictly contraindicated, pregnant women should consult a healthcare provider for a tailored treatment plan.
  2. Osteoporosis: Care must be taken to adjust therapy methods to avoid potential fractures.
  3. Arthritis: Patients with arthritic conditions may need special modifications in their therapy plans.
  4. Chronic Pain Disorders: Conditions like fibromyalgia may necessitate a more cautious approach.

Always consult your healthcare provider for a personalized recommendation based on your medical history and current health conditions. If any of the absolute contraindications apply, MTT with an osteopathic approach is not advisable. Relative contraindications would require a careful evaluation and potential modification of the treatment plan.

If you’re considering Medical Training Therapy (MTT) at Physio Dynamics, there are a few key points to note for an optimal experience:

Facilities and Amenities

We are thrilled to announce a strategic collaboration with a nearby professional fitness facility. This partnership enriches your MTT experience by offering:

  • Changing Rooms: Spacious and well-maintained areas for changing before and after sessions.
  • Showers: Refresh yourself in our modern shower facilities.
  • Toilets: High-standard, sanitary toilets for your convenience.
  • Professional Training Area: Take advantage of a state-of-the-art training area equipped with the latest in exercise technology.

What to Bring

Prepare for your session by bringing along:

  • Comfortable, unrestricted clothing.
  • A refillable water bottle for hydration.
  • Personal towel, if preferred.
  • Medical documentation and list of current medications for a comprehensive evaluation.
  • Any orthopedic inserts or braces you regularly use.
  • A notebook and pen for taking notes on exercises and feedback.

Insurance Considerations

It’s essential to be aware that some insurance companies require a prior physiotherapy prescription for Medical Training Therapy. This prescription is beneficial for:

  • Better Assessment: A comprehensive evaluation of your medical condition will enable us to create a tailored MTT program for you.
  • Training Plan Adoption: The detailed prescription allows for a precise adaptation of your training plan, especially when incorporating osteopathic concepts.
  • Insurance Coverage: The prescription may also be a requirement for securing insurance coverage for your MTT sessions, depending on your provider’s policies.

We recommend checking with your insurance company regarding their specific prerequisites and obtaining a physiotherapy prescription if necessary, to ensure a seamless and effective MTT experience at Physio Dynamics.

In Switzerland, the healthcare system is comprehensive, but the way treatments, including manual therapy, are covered can depend on various factors:

  1. Basic Health Insurance (Mandatory Health Insurance – LaMal): Switzerland has mandatory health insurance (known as LaMal – L’Assurance Maladie). If a doctor prescribes manual therapy or physiotherapy, the basic insurance generally covers a portion of the cost. However, there is typically a deductible that patients have to reach first, and then there is a coinsurance (often 10% of the costs) up to a certain maximum that patients need to pay out-of-pocket each year.

  2. Supplementary Insurance: Many Swiss residents also opt for supplementary (or complementary) health insurance to cover health services not paid for by the mandatory insurance or to get higher reimbursements. Depending on the policy, this insurance might cover more sessions or different types of treatments within manual therapy.

  3. Out-of-Pocket: If you are seeking manual therapy without a doctor’s prescription or if your insurance does not cover it, you may have to pay out-of-pocket. It’s always a good idea to inquire about prices ahead of time.

  4. Recognition of the Therapist: It’s crucial to check if the manual therapist or physiotherapist is recognized by your insurance. In Switzerland, not all therapists are acknowledged by every insurance company, which means insurance might not cover their services, even with a doctor’s prescription.

  5. Accident vs. Illness: If the need for therapy arises from a work or non-work-related accident, the costs may be covered differently, often through accident insurance, rather than the regular health insurance.

  6. Limit on Sessions: Even if manual therapy is covered, there might be a limit on the number of sessions that are paid for in a given time frame.

In summary, while manual therapy can be covered in Switzerland under various circumstances, it’s essential to check your specific insurance details, verify the recognition status of your therapist, and be aware of deductibles and coinsurance. If unsure, it’s a good idea to contact your insurance provider directly or consult with the manual therapist about payment expectations.

Age Suitability for Medical Training Therapy (MTT)

  1. Young Adults (15 and Older): At Physio Dynamics, the minimum age for participation in MTT is 15 years old. For those aged 15 and up, especially those engaged in sports or dealing with growth-related muscular imbalances, MTT can be a beneficial supplement to traditional physiotherapy.

  2. Adults: MTT offers a highly flexible and personalized experience tailored to meet the various fitness and medical needs of adult clients.

  3. Seniors: Older adults can also benefit from MTT, specifically tailored to improve mobility, balance, and overall well-being. Any age-related limitations are accommodated with appropriate exercise modifications.

Important Considerations and Contraindications

Before beginning any MTT program, it’s important to consider the following:

  • Absolute Contraindications: Acute injuries, certain cardiovascular conditions, and specific orthopedic issues may make MTT inappropriate. Consult your healthcare provider for a thorough evaluation if you have any of these conditions.

  • Relative Contraindications: If you have mild to moderate hypertension, recent surgeries, or other special medical considerations, modifications to your training program may be necessary.

We strongly recommend a comprehensive medical assessment, especially for those new to MTT or with existing medical conditions. Additionally, some insurance companies may require a physiotherapy prescription as part of their policy for covering MTT costs. This prescription provides a thorough evaluation and serves to guide your tailored training program effectively.

Certainly, at Physio Dynamics we offer an advanced version of Medical Training Therapy (MTT) that is enriched by osteopathic principles. This holistic approach enhances the benefits of traditional MTT by incorporating techniques focused on the body’s interconnected system of nerves, muscles, and bones. Here’s a brief description:

Advanced MTT with an Osteopathic Mindset

Our advanced MTT program goes beyond conventional training methods. Guided by osteopathic principles, we focus on improving not only muscular strength and endurance but also enhancing body alignment and functional integrity. This synergistic method aims to address the body as a complete unit, understanding how one part can influence the others.

Key Benefits:

  1. Holistic Treatment: Our advanced MTT with an osteopathic mindset approaches each patient’s issues with a broader lens, focusing on the interconnectedness of bodily systems.

  2. Tailored Programs: Each advanced MTT session is customized to address individual conditions, from musculoskeletal issues to more complex systemic problems.

  3. Enhanced Recovery: Patients often experience improved rates of recovery and symptom relief, thanks to the incorporation of osteopathic techniques.


  • Absolute Contraindications: Just as with traditional MTT, acute injuries, certain cardiovascular conditions, and specific orthopedic issues may make this advanced MTT program unsuitable.

  • Relative Contraindications: Conditions like mild hypertension, recent surgeries, or other medical issues may necessitate a modified training program.

We strongly recommend undergoing a comprehensive medical assessment before starting this specialized form of MTT, especially if you have existing medical conditions. Some insurance companies may also require a physiotherapy prescription, which serves to guide your individualized training program.

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