Physiotherapy & Specializations
The physiotherapist treats various complaints of the musculoskeletal system. This often manifests itself as pain, stiffness, weakness and instability in the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons or muscles leading to functional impairments.
Young or old, athlete or non-athlete it does not matter. Physiotherapy is for anyone who has a problem with moving their body or limbs. The physiotherapist advises, treats and guides you so that you can continue your daily life as best as possible, to return to work, sport and / or exercise.
Pelvic physiotherapy is for anyone suffering from pain in the pelvic area. Pregnant women and mothers experience this pain more often, but everyone can suffer from it. Pelvic physiotherapy is an effective treatment for low back pain, pelvic pain, pelvic instability, urinary incontinence, diastasis recti (abdominal separation) or prevention of pelvic organ prolapse.
The sports physiotherapist plays an important role in prevention, education and counselling for anyone who wants to take part in a sport either as a hobby or profession. He guides and advises everyone from beginners to experienced athletes at the highest level. The sports physiotherapist treats clients who want to return to sport or work after illness or injury.