Kinesiotherapy (physical therapy) literally means ‘movement therapy’, but in fact, the term involves much more than that. Every patient receives a training schedule according to their original disorder and in line with the problems he or she is experiencing in terms of mobility, muscle strength, stamina and coordination. To realise this, the physical therapist uses a variety of exercise equipment.
- The international JCI label for quality of care
- High-tech infrastructure and state-of-the-art medical equipment
- Compassionate care
We treat inpatients and outpatients for the following:
- pelvic floor therapy
- cardiac rehabilitation: after an infarction or heart surgery
- pulmonary rehabilitation
- prenatal and postnatal physical therapy
- neurological rehabilitation
- obesity education for adults: ‘Fitness'
- oncological rehabilitation: 'Revivo'
- orthopaedic rehabilitation
- back rehabilitation