Frequently Asked Questions - Physiotherapy
"Let me help your body heal itself!"
WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE OF A PHYSIOTHERAPY SESSION?
First of all, you need a prescription for physiotherapy, which you can get from your GP.
Have the prescription approved by the chief physician (with your health insurance company) in order to receive a refund after the therapy has been completed.
The first treatment takes a little longer because we will discuss your complaints and your goals in detail, and I will carry out a detailed examination (please take the doctor's prescription, all current findings on your complaints and comfortable clothing / sweatpants with you!)
All further treatments take 45 minutes. We will now carry out the therapy plan that we worked out together in the first unit or adapt it again and again.
During the entire duration of the therapy, I will of course continuously carry out examinations to see to what extent treatment techniques need to be adapted so that we can achieve your goals!
HOW MANY UNITS ARE NEEDED?
The number of physiotherapy units required depends on your symptoms and is very different from one individual to the next.
In general, however, one can say that acute injuries, such as injuries, usually get better faster, while chronic complaints that have lasted longer than 3 months often require more therapy units in order to fully identify and eliminate the cause.
WHAT CAN I, AS A PHYSIOTHERAPIST, DO FOR YOU?
My areas of expertise include Orthopedics, traumatology and sports. This means that I, as a physiotherapist, will help you to resolve chronic musculoskeletal complaints that have arisen from injuries or the cause of which you often do not even know.
An important part of the therapy consists of individually tailored to your examination results and goals Flexibility, stability and strengthening exercises. It is very important to me that you understand the cause of your complaints and learn exercises for self-help in order to be able to achieve sustainable results.
If necessary, the therapy is supplemented by targeted ones passive techniquesthat I will perform on you. I am working among others with a FDM (Fascial Distortion Model) and FOI (Functional Orthonomy and Integration).
Besides, that's me holistic view Your complaints are very important and therefore I also work with a team of other experts in various specialist areas (Psyche, nutrition) Suburb together.
WHICH COMPLAINTS DO I TAKE CARE OF?
Acute complaints (e.g. after an accident or injury)
Chronic discomfort and pain (that has lasted more than three months)
Neck and cervical spine discomfort
Back and spine discomfort
Discomfort in the elbows and wrists
Discomfort in the hips, knees, ankles and feet
WHAT TECHNIQUES AND CONCEPTS DO I WORK WITH?
Active techniques: exercises from medical training therapy and sports physiotherapy
Passive techniques / manual concepts:
- FDM (fascia distortion model according to Typaldos)
- FOI (Functional Orthonomy and Integration)
WHAT GOALS CAN YOU ACHIEVE WITH PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Restoration of restrictions on the musculoskeletal system caused by injuries> you will be even more efficient than before 😉
freedom from pain
more performance in everyday life / in your sport
Techniques and exercises for self-help
Recognize the cause of your complaint and find measures to permanently eliminate the trigger