Acacia Fysio plus Zorg, a physiotherapy clinic in Almelo, the Netherlands, is pleased to announce that their manual therapy service is growing in popularity. This is because manual therapy can help minimize the pain many people experience in Almelo from the neck, back, and other joints. Manual therapy is a specialized master’s degree that can be completed after completing a regular degree in physiotherapy. The training is broad, but the main focus is on improving the joint functions of the legs, arms and spine.
Manual therapists examine the patient’s vertebral joints and other parts of the body in detail in order to be able to treat the affected areas in a targeted manner. This allows them to fully understand the movement disorders that patients experience associated with activity issues such as turning their head or stooping. If problems arise at work or in the hobby in connection with the health problem, this will also be illustrated by the manual therapist. And if necessary, they also take personal and environmental factors into account to enable the best possible treatment.
Manual therapy is urgently needed in the Netherlands, where more than two million people suffered from neck and back pain in 2018. This is equivalent to 12 percent of the country’s population and these numbers are likely to apply to the city of Almelo, which is in the east of the country. Fortunately, chronic and acute neck and back pain can be effectively treated with manual therapy.
The Physiotherapist with a Masters Degree in Manual Therapy focuses on the spine, which does not mean that he does not examine and treat other parts of the body as well. Manual therapists perform a thorough physical therapy exam to get a good visualization of the problem.
Anyone who suffers from headaches, back pain, dizziness and neck pain, for example, will usually benefit quickly from a number of manual therapy methods. One not-so-obvious group that can benefit from manual therapy is crying babies. At Acacia Fysio plus Zorg, they specialize in treating crying babies. With a treatment average of around two sessions and a success rate of over 90 percent, they have been able to help many babies and their parents.
In addition to manual therapy, Acacia Fysio plus Zorg also offers pelvic, sports and geriatric physiotherapy. Pelvic physiotherapy deals with pelvic problems that some people find embarrassing. The pelvic physiotherapist in Almelo can discuss incontinence, bowel movements or other problems in the pelvic area and provide relief. In general, this type of physiotherapy applies to abdominal pain, the cause of which is unclear in many women even after various tests and examinations. In some cases, the pain can be due to a problem with the pelvic floor muscles, which can be treated with a special form of physical therapy called pelvic physiotherapy.
They also offer sports physiotherapy, which is focused on injury prevention and recovery in athletes. Sports physiotherapy differs from regular physiotherapy in that it aims to enable the athlete to recover as quickly as possible so that he or she can find their way back to the previous level. This is made possible by the manual therapists from Acacia Fysio plus Zorg, who create an individual and personal program in which it is analyzed how injuries can best be prevented and at the same time the current injury can be eliminated in the best possible way.
People interested in learning more about the Acacia Fysio plus Zorg manual therapy offerings can visit their website or contact them by phone or email. They are open on Mondays and Thursdays from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Those interested in learning more about the physiotherapy clinic can get Acacia Fysio plus Zorg updates through their press releases.
For more information on Acacia Fysio plus Zorg, contact the company here:
Acacia physio plus care
Tim Olde Hengel
7606 IS Almelo