Physiotherapists have been using the positive effects of climbing on the human body since the mid-1990s. So-called therapeutic climbing allows therapists to correct movement patterns resulting from injury or poor posture and to build up specific muscles. Therapeutic climbing has been successfully used in the fields of orthopaedics, surgery, neurology and even psychotherapy. Therapeutic climbing not only strengthens the muscles and helps maintain a healthy back, but also builds up motivation and self-esteem in adolescent and adult patients and has proven effective for conditions as varied as disc prolapse, joint injuries and scoliosis. Our physiotherapy walls are as versatile as their uses: wall angles, hand and foot holds are all easily and quickly adjusted to patients’ individual needs.