The human body is an amazingly clever and well-organised set of muscles, nerves, bones and joints that we have to rely on every day. Walking, standing, jumping, bending – these are often movements we take for granted. However, these movements are not so self-evident; you only realise this when something is bothering you; when your body is not cooperating for a while.
The person who knows all about this is the physiotherapist; the movement specialist. He or she can treat your symptoms, but also work preventively to avoid (worse) problems. A physiotherapist advises, guides and treats patients with disorders in posture and/or movement. He does this by, for example, exercise therapy, manipulation, stretching, massage, electrotherapy, laser and/or ultrasound. During rehabilitation, the physiotherapist also has a coaching role to motivate and guide the patient in learning how best to move in everyday life.
Our rehabilitation centre employs 15 physiotherapists, each with their own specialisations such as: manual therapists, osteopaths, specialised physiotherapists for neurological and orthopaedic treatments, physiotherapists specialised in echography, neuromodulation, neurodynamics, T-care therapy, lymphatic drainage, Dry Needling, etc.
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