The main views of our practice are that musculoskeletal complaints can come from:

- to adopt a body posture that is too stressful for too long

- carry out activities that are too long and/or too often

- too little physical activity

- deviations from movements and positions of joints

- disturbed control due to non-optimal interplay of nervous system and muscles.


We realize that:

- what is normal and different can differ per person

- factors in the living and working environment can play a role

- the whole person must be examined as a unique individual.


That is why we pay special attention to:

- the origin of the complaint and the course

- what has or does not affect the complaint

- the demands placed on the person in the physical, psychological and social areas

- the individual characteristics and wishes of the person being examined.


What we can not and do not want to treat (so-called contraindications):

- fractures

- tearing of joint capsules and bands

- bone and joint inflammations

- cancer

- infections

- congenital abnormalities

- neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's.