Physiotherapy is a series of exercises specifically adapted to the patient, taught by a specialist. Biomechanically, we use those joint positions during the tasks, and we try to activate those muscles with the patient, by which injuries can be avoided, and rehabilitation and prevention are effective. The tasks often seem simple, but it is very complex to pay attention to both breathing and the use of the right muscles. We purposefully restore the upset muscle balance and provide the patient with chores at home. Physiotherapy also has special methods adapted to specific problems. Examples include Mckenzie and Schroth therapy.