Map your way to healing with Almario’s new gene-based program

Physical therapy patients who have poor weight management often complain of recurring joint and muscle problems. The increased weight places more stress on joints in the lower back, hips, knees, and ankles.

The body’s reaction from extra stress brought by poor weight management and sedentary lifestyle leads to symptoms of pain, tightness, and postural issues.

But not every patient is the same. Physical therapy clinic Almario Physio Team (APT) is paving the way for an error-free method of recurring pain treatment with its new program that tailor-fits every patient’s need.

Prueba, a treatment program that uses innovative diagnostics technology from the United States, is all-encompassing genetic profiling to optimize one’s health and well-being.

This program aims to find out one’s underlying health problem on recurring pain on muscles and joints, which usually occurs even after a patient has already taken medicines or when procedures were already done.

Using the results of the genetic analysis, Prueba combines pain management, weight management, and strength and conditioning in one program. This helps patients return to their productive lives and reach their maximum health potential, without worrying about constantly going back to their physiotherapy centers.

The Prueba Premium Program consists of world-class machines including Rehab Roller, Rehab Capsule, Vacuum Treadmill, Body Composition Analyzer, and Real Time Ultrasound Imaging (RTUI) for core muscles.

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Rehab Roller is employing deep tissue massage roller targeting Cellulite and  increases blood flow

APT’s physiotherapists are trained to use these technologies, keeping in mind the mission of giving the most comfortable and pain-free experience for the patients.

This has inspired APT to deliver even better programs for their patients.

“During our seven years in the physical therapy industry, my team has constantly been looking for how we can treat patients to prevent the recurrence of pain,” APT CEO Aveza Almario says.

“It’s not because I don’t want to see them again but because I understand what they are going through.”

On a personal experience, Almario, who does a lot of traveling, can attest that a busy lifestyle can bring disadvantages for one’s health. For one, she experiences stress from a strained body.

While she does regular visits to their clinic to check on her back pain and continue her strength and conditioning regimen, she knows that managing her health needs not to be a trial and error method.

“If I myself spend this much time and effort but still unsatisfied with my results, what more our patients?” she says, “I told myself that I want a map that will bring me to right direction for my health. I want to share this map with our patients so we can help them save time, energy, effort, and money.”

Almario is inspired to bring in this development to a larger audience so that more and more people can not only receive health treatment which has value-for-money but can also save their time and effort.

Almario Physio Team

Almario Physio Team is a group of medical practitioners, highly skilled and licensed professionals bringing in innovative technology and techniques to the PT Industry through the Training, Research and Development Team headed by Ayeza Almario and its Manager Marianne J. Yee, PTRP.

They have been well trained to analyze the results of the gene profile and have extensive experience in the recommendation of treatment through the Thorough Medical Assessment which other facilities may not have.

The team ensures to think out of the box and develop the traditional or conventional treatments based on evidenced-based studies that are why APT is the first in its field to employ this innovation and is always on top when it comes to the development of treatment programs.

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Published by Mylene Orillo

Mylene Orillo is a contributing writer at My Pope Philippines. Prior to that, she contributed to the Health & Lifestyle magazine.  She's a former correspondent at The Manila Times; former editor-in-chief of TravelPlus magazine; and former assistant editor of Health & Lifestyle, Zen Health, and DiabetEASE magazines by FAME Publishing, Inc., a company owned by cardiologist Dr. Rafael Castillo who has given her the much-needed break and opportunity in the health industry and medical field.  Her previous job as a Media Consultant at the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office and Writer-Researcher at the Headquarters Philippine Army ignited her passions for charity, volunteering, selfless service, and love of country. As a young girl, she loved reading her mom's collection of Mills & Boons pocketbooks, which started her passion to write romance stories.  She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Sto. Tomas in España, Manila. She is now working towards earning her master's degree hopefully this year. She loves traveling, long-distance running, reading romance and non-fiction books, watching Korean Drama series, feel-good rom coms, military movies, and documentaries during her spare time. Someday, she wants to meet Prince William and Pope Francis, settle down with the love of her life and have a family and kids of her own; and become a bestselling romance author.

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