Physical Rehabilitation Clinic

Dr. Ljubiša Postolović


Dr. Postolović was born in Pula. Upon the completion of high school, he enrolled at the University of Rijeka, Department of Medicine where he graduated in February of 1992. After he passed the professional exam, he worked at the Emergency Department at the Mali Lošinj Medical Centre. His next job was at the School Dispensary at the Pula Medical Centre followed by the Emergency Department at the Mali Lošinj Medical Centre the following year where he remained for additional five years.  He has been permanently employed at the Veli Lošinj Health Resort since 1999 where he manages the clinic for children suffering from bronchial asthma. In April of 2011 he passed the professional exam for physical therapy and rehabilitation.

He is a member of the Croatian Rheumatology Association.

Dr. Postolović has been working with children suffering from bronchial asthma on the Island of Lošinj for more than 15 years.

Types of services:

  • general and specialist examination
  • consultations on bronchial asthma in children
  • infiltration of medications into the painful points of the body (in the shoulder, elbow, carpal tunnel, tendovaginitis, plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis)

Types of examinations:

  • spirometry
  • pulse oximetry
  • clinical evaluation of the functional status of the range of motion of joints, manual muscle test


  • different painful conditions of the musculoskeletal system
  • limitations in daily functioning related to the locomotor system
  • conditions after injuries (fractures, sprains, strains, sports injuries, etc.).
  • sustaining rehabilitation of neurological patients (condition after cerebral stroke,

etc.), rehabilitation after implantation of hip or knee prosthesis.


  • We need you to bring medical documentation on review for possible contraindications of electrotherapy or other types of procedures (pacemakers, implants, prostheses, arrhythmias, etc.)
  • If there is a need for further diagnostic work up, clients will be sent for additional examinations to a partner medical institution.
  • We also need you to inform us about any allergic reactions to medication, and you should know the names of medications you are taking for possible interactions of antirheumatic medications with the medications you are already taking.