The aim of physiotherapy is to help restore movement and normal body function in cases of illness, injury and disability.
Physiotherapy intends to look further for the cause of the problem and work with you to prevent further injury or pain. The time you invest in physiotherapy will educate you about ways you can actively manage your injury and prevent any recurrence in the future.
For who is physiotherapy
Physiotherapy can be used to help manage health conditions that affect many of the musculoskeletal and the cardiovascular systems such as:
- Low back pain
- Pelvic pain
- Shoulder pain
- Neck pain
- Knee pain
- Foot and ankle pain Sports injuries
- Following surgery such as a hip replacement, ACL reconstruction or microdiscectomy (spinal surgery)
- Poor posture
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Overuse injuries
- Work related injury
- Muscle tension and tightness
Trigger point, dry needling, medical taping, pilates, Stuart McGill for your back, Cecile Rost therapy for pelvis instability related to pregnancy.
Physiotherapy around your pregnancy
Did you know that up to two thirds of women who are pregnant suffer from back pain? It is true that back pain is common during pregnancy, but this does not mean that it should be, or that there is nothing that you can do about it!
The reasons for back pain vary from one to another. Managing your pain during and after pregnancy will most probably include an individual treatment plan to decrease pain by identifying and addressing its causes.
IamPilates.nl will help you within a few physiotherapy treatments to manage your pain by education, advice and special exercises.
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IamPilates.nl works with many insurance companies in the Netherlands. Please check with your insurance the coverage for physiotherapy at “brosh fysio & pilates”.
Physiotherapy appointment takes around 50 – 60 minutes.
Respond rate is within a few hours, therefore with acute cases, please email your telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and i will get back to you as soon as possible.
Home visits are also possible with a doctor’s referral.
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