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Massage can be booked min 30 minutes in advance.
In case of an urgent visit, please contact us by text message
After booking you will receive a confirmation email with information regarding our cancellation policy and address details.
Payment online or in person ( by card, MobilePay, in cash).
Royal Wellness KBH offers 3 special offers.
Offer #1 sold as Klippekort, where the base price for 60 min massage is 600 kr (normally 900 kr) when purchasing at least 5 massages.
Offer #2 December promotion for all customers - where the base price for 60 min massage is 450 kr when purchasing at least 5 massages.
Offer #3 you will receive a 50% discount on your next massage if you recommend our place to someone.
To purchase a Gift Card or Klippekort you are encouraged to contact us by email. Please read the terms and conditions below
In accordance with our cancellation policy, clients will receive an email reminder 24 hours before their scheduled treatment.
If client does not show up for their scheduled treatment, they will be invoiced 70% of the full massage price.
We reserve the right to cancel a treatment if client is more than 15 minutes late for a massage without informing us of the lateness.
You can always write to us that you cannot come for a massage due to an urgent situation (in which case we will not charge you).
We encourage you to keep up to date with government announcements regarding the spread of the coronavirus and current regulations.
We recommend that you wash your hands before your treatment, use disinfectant and use a face mask- only if you have a cough or respiratory infection.
There are other therapists working in the building where the Royal Wellness KBH is located, so please be mindful of self-care.
It is advisable to take a shower.
In addition we recommend eating a small meal before the treatment.
Before the massage starts you will have a short talk with your therapist about your health condition- the purpose of your visit and how to prepare for the massage.
You will be provided with a room, fresh water and clean towels. The therapist will leave the room while you prepare for your massage, then return and begin your treatment.
You will be asked to get into a comfortable position.
The therapist will change position of your arms, legs, etc. if necessary.
The therapist will keep you informed of any significant pathological changes in your body, if any.
After the massage you will feel pain for the next few days, we recommend postponing physical activity for 2 days to allow your body to recover.
We encourage you to take a longer warm bath, drink water and do some light stretching.
You can always contact us to ask how to deal with discomfort after a massage.
Royal Wellness Kbh runs outside of public health insurance. You will therefore not receive any reimbursement even if you have a doctor's referral.It is different what and how much the various health and accident insurance covers in connection with your physical therapy treatment. Some companies cover a share of the amount and others cover the full amount.
We provide a safe treatments tailored individually to each client. It may happen that the treatment you have chosen is not suitable to your case and then the therapist will suggest the best treatment for you.
At Royal Wellness KBH you will receive treatments in accordance with current standards and methodology. We attach great importance to quality, adherence to sanitary requirements in order to guarantee our clients a safe treatment.
We encourage our clients to keep us informed about their health condition.
The therapist is not responsible for the side effects of the treatment if the client conceals from the therapist the illness or injury they are experiencing.
You do not need a doctor’s note to see a physiotherapist.
A doctor’s referral is not required to see any health professional that is regulated by legislation that governs their professional college, like a danish therapist who are certified by the Styrelsen for Patientsikkerhed. These regulatory colleges serve to protect the public, making sure healthcare professionals are safe, ethical, and competent.
Many clients believe that they require a doctor’s note to receive appropriate treatment from a registered physiotherapist, when in fact, a registered physiotherapist has the ability to diagnose disorders, dysfunction, and injuries that are within the scope of their practice. Depending on your physiotherapist’s training and clinical background, this may include musculoskeletal injuries, neurological disorders, and cardiorespiratory illnesses. The physiotherapist’s assessment and your specific goals will determine the appropriate course of treatment.
Any verbal or non-verbal behaviour that encourages the therapist to perform activities outside of work standards (sexual activities) will be strictly enforced.
Please be advised that Royal Wellness KBH is a professional place and no activities should be performed.
In case of an aggressive client we will call the police and block the client from our client database.
mental and physical fatigue,
muscle fatigue and muscle pain after training,
muscle pain, muscle tension and muscle spasms,
conditions after injuries, trauma, broken bones, contusions, sprains (not early changes),
preparation of the body for training in order to warm up the muscles,
acute and sub-acute inflammatory conditions in the body,
increased body temperature,
phlebitis, varicose veins, aneurysms,
circulatory problems, hypertension, heart attack,
bacterial, fungal, viral skin infections,
risk of haemorrhage,
menstruation ( for clients profusely bleeding)
cancer ( aggressive state) or shortly after chemotherapy or radiation therapy
pregnancy with complications.
Please inform us if you suffer from the following conditions:
panic disorder, other psych condition
high blood pressure
muscle strain/sprain broken/dislocated bones
chemical dependency (alcohol, drugs)
chronic pain constipation/diarrhea
hepatitis (A, B, C, other)
chemical dependency (alcohol, drugs)
General Physiotherapy sessions - how it looks like ?
If you are considering physiotherapy for an injury or have already been referred by a doctor or other healthcare professional and wondering what to expect from your treatment sessions, let us walk you through our standard approach.
Each physiotherapist’s initial assessment approach will differ slightly and will depend on the specific client and injury. In general terms, there are three main parts of an initial assessment:
1. Subjective History – Your physiotherapist will start with a conversation about your current concerns, signs, symptoms and pain patterns, a review of your past medical history, medical notes, any diagnostic tests (MRIs, X-rays, CT scans, etc.), and a discussion about your goals of physiotherapy
2. Objective Assessment – Your physiotherapist will complete a physical assessment, including assessments of joint range of motion, strength, reflexes, sensation, functional movements, balance, endurance, etc. and any other assessments that are relevant to your current injury or neurological disorder. The objective assessment also includes a postural analysis in a seated and/ or standing position. If you are a wheelchair user or have a mobility device, your physiotherapist can also assess how well you are using it and if it is appropriate for you.
3. Summary / Treatment Plan Following a detailed assessment, your physiotherapist will discuss their assessment findings and diagnosis with you, the potential cause(s) of the problem, and the most effective treatment plan for your current diagnosis and your individualized goals.
The initial assessment at Royal Wellness is scheduled for one hour. This will include time to provide physiotherapy treatment at the clinic.
After your initial assessment session, subsequent treatment sessions will be based on your physiotherapist’s recommendations and your goals. Physiotherapy treatment can vary widely, but will usually include one or more of the following:
Therapeutic exercises and home exercise programs
Education about your injury, activity modifications, posture, etc.
Manual therapy – including stretching, joint mobilizations, and soft tissue massage / release
Neurological rehabilitation based on the NDT/ Bobath approach
Pelvic floor therapy
Orthotics or physiotherapeutic equipment recommendations
Referral to water/ hydrotherapy
Treatment sessions can be shorter (as quick as 15 minutes) or longer (up to 90 minutes) than the initial assessment, depending on the physiotherapy treatment required by that client.
Urogynecological session- how it looks like ?
Therapist will start with a questionnaire which includes many questions .
A questionnaire asking about various aspects of your bladder, bowel and sexual symptoms.
A typical examination may include:
An examination of the external genital area. While this may be uncomfortable for some, it is important for your physio to check the skin for signs of infection, age-related changes and prolapse.
When performing an external examination, your physio may also ask you to try to contract the pelvic floor muscles, so they can see what happens from the outside in the vulva and your abdomen when you do this.
An internal vaginal examination may be performed. Your physio will use one or two gloved fingers to check the pelvic floor muscles internally. They can also check for prolapse and any tender or tight areas internally. They will ask you to contract and relax the muscles several times. This will usually be done lying down, but sometimes your physio may ask to check these muscles while you stand or sit.
therapist will check your posture in standing and sitting, and the way you move