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My Home Physio provides comprehensive in-home clinical physiotherapy services, ensuring a treatment environment similar to that of a physiotherapy clinic.


Leonidas Chartas, Bsc
  • 2020- 21, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK, post-operative rehabilitation of patients after cardiothoracic surgery or heart attack, Respiratory physiotherapy, intensive care unit physiotherapy.
  • 2019-20, CPFT, Cambridge UK, inpatient support for patients in a psychiatric care unit.
  • 2017-18, Dimensions, Cambridge, UK, working with people with mental and physical disabilities.
  • 2014-17, Athens, Home Physiotherapy.
  • 2010-13, Athens, massage and kinesiotherapy therapist.

Physiotherapy graduate of the Athens University of Applied Sciences, 2013

Post graduate training:

  • Auricular Neuromodulation, International Auricular Neuromodulation Academy, 2016
  • Biodynamic Massage, Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre, 2018
  • First Aid, CPR, Royal Papworth Hospital, 2020
  • Mobilization and Intramuscular Stimulation of the Cervical Spine, 2015
  • Sports Rehabilitation, Chiropractic, Intramuscular Stimulation, Sports Exercises, 2015
  • Mobilization and Intramuscular Stimulation of the Lumbar Spine 2016, with K. Kotoglou, Pt Doctor of Chiropractic, member of the Swedish Society of Sports Medicine and the Swedish Federation of Physiotherapists
  • Anxiety and depression, psycho-training and management, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2017.
  • Education in Childhood and Adolescence, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2017.
  • Yoga, Advanced Teacher Training, Yoga Alliance of India, 2015.
  • Yoga for Kids, Certificate of Completion, Yoga and Budo Center, 2015.
  • Diploma in Therapeutic Thai Massage, Chiang Mai School of Thai Massage, Thailand, 2010.

What we offer

Physiotherapy at home

The physiotherapist is the most specialized health professional for promoting rehabilitation and facilitating movement.

The benefits of...

  1. With home visits it is possible to assess your ergonomic environment, i.e. you can be given practical advice on how to carry out all your daily activities more easily, by making small changes.
  2. You are trained to perform specific exercises that will help restore the problem, in your area, and thus facilitate you to follow the clinical plan in the right way and the best results.
  3. In home treatments, the therapist has their full attention on you, providing the best care.
  4. Your loved ones are also being educated on how they can best help you during your recovery.
  5. You save time and money from traveling to the physical therapy clinic, while staying in the comfort of your own home.
  6. Avoid crowded places and feel safe staying at home.


Safe Environment

Immediate Response



Physiotherapy at home

Different means, clinically proven for their therapeutic performance, can be combined in one session, such as "currents", ultrasound, hot or cold pad, bandaging, therapeutic massage, kinesiotherapy, therapeutic exercises. The priority is to treat the pain and then we aim to avoid recurrence.
Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Treatment of musculoskeletal problems of the limbs and spine, after injury, accident, muscle spasm, strain or due to poor posture.

Ergonomic training to facilitate movement and prevent relapse.

  • Injury
  • Accident
  • Muscle spasm
  • Strain
  • Poor Posture
  • Chronic Pain
Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological Rehabilitation refers to Vascular Stroke, chronic neurological diseases that lead to functional deficits, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, spinal cord injuries, neuromuscular diseases and myopathies, peripheral neuropathies, including Guillan – Barre disease and nerve entrapment syndromes.

  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Nerve Paresis
  • Parkinson
  • Dementia
  • Muscular Dystrophy
Gait Retraining and Fall Prevention

Gait Retraining and Fall Prevention

Multifactorial fall risk assessment, extensive training with balance and strength exercises, and practical fall prevention advice. Assessment and training for the safe use of walking aids. Coping with fear and low self-confidence and activity after a fall.

  • Gait Assessment and Retraining
  • Balance Exercise
  • Training in the use of walking aids
  • Regain self-confidence
Post-operative Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Post-operative Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Physical therapy is indicated after orthopedic surgery, such as hip, knee, shoulder, wrist, hand, neck, ankle, and spinal procedures to facilitate rapid recovery.

Recovery of movement and strength and return to daily activities. Prevent re-injury during recovery.

  • Knee and Hip Arthroplasty
  • Post-operative Fractures
  • Spinal Surgery
  • Shoulder Surgery
  • Arthrodesis
Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage

Massage therapy has been proven to help with pain, including lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain, osteoarthritis knee pain and headaches, as well as being effective for muscle recovery from sports strain.

There are many different massage techniques, which are adapted to the needs of each one.

  • Portable Equipment
  • Athletic injuries
  • Musculoskeletal Pains
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Muscular spasm
  • Acute and Chronic Pain
Personal Therapeutic Exercise Program

Personal Therapeutic Exercise Program

Exercise therapy is combined with other applications of physical therapy and its benefits are many, such as correcting body posture, restoring muscle weakness and neurological deficits and preventing re-injury.

The adoption of an exercise program in everyday life has been proven to reduce chronic pain, but it also has psychological benefits, as it helps to deal with anxiety, sleep problems and depression.

  • Assessment of muscle strength
  • Body Posture Assessment
  • Strengthening Upper, Lower Extremity
  • Torso Strengthening
  • Targeted Exercises
Respiratory Physiotherapy

Respiratory Physiotherapy

Regards diseases of the respiratory system, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, neuromuscular diseases, etc. The aim is to mobilize and assist the expectoration of secretions, to maintain and improve the strength of the respiratory muscles, to deal with shortness of breath and fatigue through relief positions and relaxation techniques, and to improve the quality of life through counseling and a personalized exercise program.

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Asthma
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Bronchiectasis
  • Neuromuscular Diseases
  • Assisting the Discharge of Excretions
Auricular Neuromodulation

Auricular Neuromodulation

Auricular neuromodulation is a diagnostic and therapeutic technique, which treats diseases of the whole organism through the examination and activation of appropriate points in the ear area. It is based on scientific data related to its neurophysiology and neuroanatomy. It is applied by doctors, dentists, physical therapists, etc. It can be used as a complementary therapy to treat both physical ailments and psychosomatic conditions. In particular, it has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antispasmodic and anxiolytic effects, as well as it can boost the mood.

  • Complementary Treatment
  • Pain Management
  • Stress Management
  • Improving sleep quality
  • Psycho-somatic approach
Biodynamic Massage

Biodynamic Massage

Biodynamic massage is an approach both on physical and an emotional level. Each treatment is 100% unique, as during a session we follow the body's biorhythms, such as breathing, circulation and digestive function. The goal is the balancing of the autonomic nervous system and the solution of chronic muscle contractions that affect the function of the musculoskeletal system, breathing, digestive system, but also how we experience ourselves.

It is indicated as a complementary treatment for chronic problems, psychosomatic conditions, low mood and anxiety disorders, but also for anyone who wants to improve their relationship with their body.

  • Complementary therapy
  • Chronic problems
  • Psycho-somatic conditions
  • Low mood and anxiety disorders
  • Sleep disorders.
Physiotherapy and Mental Health

Physiotherapy and Mental Health

The scope of physical therapy in mental health is broad, including the treatment of physical symptoms such as pain, fatigue, hyperventilation and distress in relation to psychosocial problems. Medically unexplained symptoms are also categorized under this general term.

In all these cases, the therapist explores the relationships between social, psychological, and behavioral factors with bodily processes and quality of life.

  • Exercise
  • Training in Diaphragmatic Breathing
  • Relaxation Exercises
  • Counseling
  • Sleep Management
  • Pain Management
Dealing with Sleep and Anxiety Problems

Treatment of Sleep and Anxiety Problems

If you are dealing with sleep problems, physical therapy can help you a lot. By combining relaxing exercises or therapeutic exercise, diaphragmatic breathing training, auricular therapy, biodynamic massage, and sleep hygiene counseling, we train the nervous system to return to normal biological rhythms.

  • Relaxation exercises
  • Diaphragmatic Breathing
  • Stress Management
  • Exercise therapy

Immediate Response

Direct communication with a phone call.
For questions about your condition and available slots, you can call the number below

+30 69 89 689 358

Opening Hours

  • Monday – Friday 9.00 – 21.00

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