Within physiotherapy we treat patients with many different complaints. These are mainly complaints of the musculoskeletal system, by which we mean complaints of, for example, joints, muscles and tendons.
You do not need a referral for an appointment for physiotherapy. You can make an appointment directly with us.
The physiotherapist then conducts a screening with the patient, which is part of the intake and the examination during the first treatment. The physiotherapist then assesses whether the patient is in the right place for physiotherapy treatment. If necessary, the physiotherapist can also contact the patient’s GP or other practitioner.
After the intake and the examination, the physiotherapist draws up a treatment plan together with the patient. This plan is evaluated in the interim and at the end of the treatment to see what progress has been made in the patient’s complaints.