The contact with people makes my job fun



As a physiotherapist I teach people how to move best. I am interested in people. Not only in their complaint, but also in what they say about their work, culture or the trips they have made. This creates a broader click between me and the patient, which often makes the treatment more appropriate

Multiple factors often play a role in complaints of the musculoskeletal system, such as regular exercise, balance between load and load capacity, sufficient sleep, nutrition and stress. To gain more knowledge about these factors and thus to have a better grip on the complaints, I followed part of the vitality coach training. A vitality coach helps people to get more out of life, even when there is illness or pain. This involves functional and enjoyable exercise, but also sufficient sleep, a healthy diet and coaching.

In addition to the various factors that can play a role in complaints, the special physical changes during pregnancy have aroused my interest. I have followed a number of courses that allow me to guide pregnant women and mothers with great pleasure who suffer from their low back or pelvis, have a diastasis and / or want guidance in getting stronger during and after pregnancy.

As a general physiotherapist I treat complaints of the musculoskeletal system. If necessary, I call in the expertise of a colleague, general practitioner or other discipline. That’s why it’s great that we have many specialisms under one roof in our practice.

– Pelvic pain during and after pregnancy
– Fitness during and after pregnancy
– Posture-related complaints
– Sports related complaints
– Rehabilitation after surgery on the musculoskeletal system
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– Wants to further train as a vitality coach through the Chivo knowledge institute
– Has followed the course ‘pelvic pain during and after pregnancy’ by Cecile Rost
– Has followed the ‘pre- and postnatal fitness’ course by Romana Serno (SterkHer).

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