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GENERAL PHYSIOTHERAPY

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Manual Physiotherapy

In case of neck and/or back complaints, a manual treatment consisting of massage, mobilizations and stretching will provoke a rapid improvement of the complaints.

 

In combination with the exercise therapy and back hygiene of the back and neck school, we will try to avoid these complaints in the future.

 

Do you have any questions? Then you can always e-mail me and I will be happy to help you.

General rehabilitation
& sports physiotherapy

Sports physiotherapy and general rehabilitation consists of the prevention and treatment of all kinds of muscle, tendon and/or joint disorders (eg after trauma and/or post-operative), cardiac and respiratory rehabilitation.

 

Do you have any questions? Then you can always e-mail me and I will be happy to help you.

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Back and Neck School
(Core Stability)

The basis of a healthy back and neck is 'stability', more specifically 'Core Stability'. During the back and neck school, therefore, first and foremost work will be done on strengthening the deep abdominal muscles, back muscles, m. gluteus medius and the pelvic floor muscles. Afterwards it will also be the turn of the neck muscles. These muscles will, as it were, form a muscular corset so that stability is assured. If good core stability has been achieved, the exercise therapy will become more specific, depending on the complaint (back or neck). Ergonomics, postures, lifting and lifting techniques will also be taught and practiced during the sessions.

Relaxation and breathing  
(with hyperventilation)

The emphasis is mainly on correct breathing technique.

Thorough exercises should ensure that you can apply your correct breathing technique in any circumstance. 

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Vestibular physiotherapy

Vertigo or dizziness (BPPV) originating from the vestibular system can be remedied through certain physiotherapeutic techniques.

 

It is recommended that you do not drive the car yourself after such treatment, but that you take an extra person with you to take you back home safely.

Radial Shockwave Therapy

Radial shockwave therapy (RSWT) is the perfect treatment method for all chronic and complex musculoskeletal conditions.

 

Effects:

Pain reduction:

  • Production of substance P

  • Hyperstimulation of pain sensors

 

Regeneration of Affected Tissue:

  • Improved blood perfusion and new vascularisation 

  • Increases in growth factors 

  • Increases in mesenchymal stem cells 

  • Stimulation of the metabolism 

 

Mechanical Effects:

  • Breakdown of calcifications and fibroses 

 

Benefits:

  • Success rate of 80%

  • Short treatment times: approx. 10 minutes

  • 6 to 8 treatment sessions needed on average

  • Realistic alternative to surgery

 

Operational principle:

A rapidly-moving projectile transfers its energy to the treatment head. The generated radial shockwaves are spread out and absorbed by the area of the body that is being treated.

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