About us
Our history

Sports Rehab Lugano has been founded in 2018 by 3 physical therapists: Andrea Balboni, Stefano Grosjean and Sebastiano Nutarelli.

2 of the founders, Andrea Balboni and Sebastiano Nutarelli, started working as physical therapist at FisioSport Minusio hired by Stefano Grosjean in the first place, then co-founded with him the Sports Rehab Lugano physical therapy center in Lugano.

Therefore Sports Rehab is the Lugano physical therapy center partner with FisioSport Minusio, a well-known rehabilitation center that serves the community in the Locarno area, as well as multiple Swiss National sports team, with its widely recognized clinical effectiveness over its 2 locations in Minusio and c/o the CCMS (Centro Cantonale di Medicina dello Sport) located inside the CST (Centro Sportivo della Gioventù) in Tenero.

Sports Rehab Lugano supports its patients in their recovery from symptoms, pathologies, injuries and surgeries through a variety of physical therapy approaches and treatments offered over its location in Lugano, as well as over the 2 locations of the partner rehabilitation center FisioSport in Minusio and c/o CCMS (Centro Cantonale di Medicina dello Sport) located inside the CST (Centro Sportivo della Gioventù) in Tenero.

Patients’ symptoms can arise as the consequence of a trauma, a pathology or following surgical procedures. We offer a variety of PT services thanks to our team of skilled and certified physical therapists, such as musculo-skeletal and sport physical therapy, sport massageshydrotherapymodalities and much more. Please visit our services webpage for a complete overview.

Sports Rehab Lugano is a Physioswiss (Swiss Physical Therapy Association) and a Sportfisio (Swiss Sports Physical Therapy Association) member. The offered physical therapy services are covered by the Cassa Malati (Swiss heath insurances).

We remain at your disposal for any further information; please don’t hesitate to contact us for additional assistance via phone or e-mail (we speak Italian, English, German, French and Swedish).