Manual therapy

This requires a total of five years of postgraduate studies and is therefore officially certified. This concerns particularly juxtaarticular techniques. Blockades, instability and immobility are detected and solved by mostly slow, thoughtful traction and pressure. Possible diseases and reversible disorders of the musculoskeletal system can be detected by the diagnostic procedures of manual therapy. The diagnostic and therapeutic procedures requires profound knowledge of anatomical, biomechanical and neurophysiological functions. Certain techniques (traction, translational sliding and soft tissue treatment) can be used for treating disorders of both the extremities and the spine. The aim is to enable the patient to use his or her full range of motion of the joints with the help of these therapeutic methods.

Physiotherapy after the Bobath Concept

Bobath and PNF are treatments designed specifically for neurological patients. I used these in the treatment of hemiplegia after eg, stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease and peripheral paralysis. This therapy attempts to re-activate the former “lines of information” by so-called "facilitation" or to make other systems take over these tasks. In addition to physiotherapy, everyday situations are practiced to achieve more security in everyday life.

Home visits

I'm also glad to come to your home to work on everyday situations in their environment together with you.