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Home Therapy - Sertsou Maria - Musculoskeletal - Respiratory - Agia Paraskevi Attica


"Home Therapy" is a health care center specializing in home treatments for neurological problems, offering comprehensive care and support to those who need specialized care.

Specialized Treatments for Neurological Problems
At "Home Therapy," we undertake with responsibility and experience the treatment of various neurological diseases, offering individual and advanced treatment methods to improve the daily life of our patients.

We undertake treatments for:

  • Stroke: We provide comprehensive therapeutic approaches to help restore function after a stroke.
  • Parkinson's: We have specialized treatment solutions for the management of Parkinson's symptoms.
  • Sclerosis: Tailored therapies to support and manage scleroderma.
  • Ankylosing spondylitis: We aim to minimize symptoms and promote mobility.
  • Hemiplegia / Quadriplegia: We provide support and treatments aimed at restoring mobility and independence.
  • Poliomyelitis / Polyneuropathy: We treat problems of the nervous system with careful and tailored treatments.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis / Charcot-Marie-Tooth: We provide care and relief in cases of these rare conditions.
  • Motor neuron disease / Motor disorders: We treat motor neuron problems with specialized therapeutic approaches.
  • Myopathies – Myasthenias / Spinal Muscular Atrophy: We provide treatments to improve muscle function and movement.

At Home Therapy, we understand that each patient is unique, and for that reason we provide customized treatments tailored to their individual needs. Our care is not only addressed to the patient, but also to his family. At Home Therapy, we are here to support you every step of the way in the healing process.

If you are looking for specialized home treatments that focus on care, comfort and recovery, Home Therapy is here for you. Contact us today to begin the journey to a life of greater wellness and independence.




Parkinson's disease is the most common disorder after Alzheimer's. It is a degenerative disorder of the nervous system, which is due to the reduction or lack of dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is responsible for muscle function.
Motor symptoms presented by patients are "freezing", bradykinesia, tremors, stiffness, unsteadiness, pain (on movement and immobility) and reduced joint range of motion. At the same time, there are non-motor symptoms such as depression, sleep disorders, mental disorders, etc.
Parkinson's disease is associated with significant disability and poor quality of life. Patients can live quality lives with personalized physical therapy programs. Performing a specific exercise regimen helps increase dopamine levels, resulting in slow progression of the disease. It is important that the rehabilitation program, based on the international literature, is intensive, so as to benefit the patient. The structure of the plan includes strengthening, stretching, balance and movement retraining exercises where necessary.
Exercise helps improve attention, memory and thinking. Physical exercise can benefit areas of the brain associated with learning. Exercise is necessary, to have results, to be pre-planned, structured and repeated. The physical activity program helps you stay active and cope with your daily activities.




Multiple Sclerosis

It is a chronic inflammatory neurological disease, autoimmune and destroys the myelin of the nervous tissue. Symptoms of disease in the muscle tissue can be muscle spasms, difficulty moving, pain, numbness and unsteadiness.

Forms of disease:

Recurrent or intermittent: It is the most common form.
Progressive relapsing: Rare form with normal social life and few flare-ups.
Secondary progressive : It concerns patients with relapse and is its progression, after each flare-up there is an inability to return, with no hope of improvement.
Primary progressive : There is a slow but continuous worsening of symptoms without flare-ups. The progressive and very slow deterioration of the patients is characteristic.
The residuals are unfortunately not reversible, but rapid diagnosis is important for early treatment. Physiotherapy is an integral part of treating patients with multiple sclerosis. A well-designed outreach program, tailored to the specifics of each individual, increases the chances of fitness for work and reduces symptoms.
Our goal is the implementation of a suitable exercise program, also the training of the individual to perform a series of exercises every day, so that we get the best results.