In sports physiotherapy the main aim is to restore the athlete or patient’s capacity to exercise at the level that they were at before their injury – or even better. The goal of a treatment is to continuously increase the resilience of the athlete.
Rehabilitation aimed at achieving or improving sports performance is characterized by specific elements which must be addressed during a training. For example, the right conditions such as sufficient training stimuli, degree of load, moments of rest, etc. must be created and provided in order to actually meet the demands of the sport later. Every structure in the body requires a specific way of loading or training in order to recover optimally.
In addition to treating an injury locally, your entire movement chain is also examined so that a tailor- made treatment plan is developed to your individual capacity and demand for help. This can vary from amateur to top sport level.