Physiotherapists are health care professionals who are specialized to diagnose and treat people with health problems or other related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform their daily functional activities.

Annually, some 2.5 million people, young and old visit the physiotherapist.
Complaints may develop because your body is out of balance whereby the load (what you ask of your body) and carriability (what your body can handle) is disturbed. Your body becomes overloaded. This overload can also suddenly arise as after an accident as in case of whiplash injury. Complaints may also build up gradually due to tension, persistent wrong postures, wrong movement patterns, illnesses or simply because the body is getting older.

The practice specializes in diagnosis, treatment, training and prevention in:
• Low back pain
• Pre- and post-natal pelvic symptoms
• Joint complaints in particular neck and shoulder complaints, elbow, ankle, knee…
• Sports injuries – muscle and tendon complaints, Sprains & Strains
• Complaints due to a non-optimal posture and / or muscle weakness
• Postoperative rehabilitation such as knee ligaments, meniscus, Total knee, shoulder luxation, hernia, fractures
• Chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia and overload syndromes
• Neuralgia & Sciatica
• Impingement Syndrome
• Rotator Cuff Tear
• Whiplash Injuries


Treatment techniques used:

• TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) – predominately used for nerve related pain conditions (acute and chronic conditions). TENS machines works by sending stimulating pulses across the surface of the skin and along the nerve strands thereby reducing pain.
• Therapeutic ultra sound used to promote tissue healing and to treat pain.
• Dry needling: As a result of incorrect movements or overloading of the musculoskeletal system, hardenings or tender / trigger points may develop in muscles. Dry needling is a technique used for the treatment of pain and movement impairments caused by these trigger points. A trigger point is a taut band of skeletal muscle located within a larger muscle group. Trigger points can be tender to the touch, and touching a trigger point may cause pain to other parts of the body.
• Medical Taping: Elastic tape provides support and stability to muscles and joints in order to facilitate the body’s natural healing process without restricting the body’s range of motion.
• Heat therapy: Heat therapy works by improving circulation and blood flow to a particular area to reduce pain and increase muscle flexibility. Heat therapy relaxes, soothe muscles and heal damaged tissue.
• Cold therapy- It works by reducing blood flow to a particular area as a result reduces inflammation and swelling that causes pain especially around a joint or a tendon. It can temporarily reduce nerve activity and relieve pain.
• Posture analysis
• Therapeutic Massage & Myofascial Release
• Therapeutic Exercise Programs for muscle strengthening, self stretching, postural retraining, core stabilization, scapular, abdominal & gluteal retraining…
• Other Orthopedic Techniques