Physiotherapy in Haarlem
For a start: The Corona-crisis seems to slowdown. Meanwhile we have re-opened fully for consultation and treatment. We like to recall the strict regulations: stay at HOME if you experience a cough, painful throat, sneezing, a headache or feel a temp-rise (till 37oC) or fever (more than 38oC). Contact your GP for more information by phone, don’t visit them. We still respect the rule of save distance, so when we treat our patients and need to get real close, we still wear a facemask (FFP2) to ensure safety. Safety for you, aswell as for ourselves.
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Welcome to our centre at the south of Haarlem-Centre.
We are a well equipped and air-conditioned centre incorporated in multifunctional Health Centre ‘De Koningin’ (the Queen) in Haarlem. Together with a GP practise on the first floor (a long established family practise providing general medical services to a wide range of patients), a physiotherapy practise for pelvicproblems, a group of psychologists and a team of Mensendieck-therapists. Additional services as bloodsampling (laboratory services), an optometrist, and a podotherapy centre are also available.
Exercise is an effective but neglected treatment for many (chronic) conditions. However, similar to surgery a/o medication, exercise is not a single entity but must be tailored to the condition.
We realize Haarlem is upcoming for expats and lots of tourists. Our team of skilled and very experienced physiotherapists is proud to encounter you in fluent English. Briefly we introduce all of our teammembers:
- Maaike Boogaard, she works as a physiotherapist since 2013 and is additionally educated in working with spine-related injuries as a ‘Mulligan Practitioner’. She is experienced in the Medical Taping Concept and stressmanagement. Also she has a special interest in physical education for elderly and and orthopeadic conditions in general and the shoulder especially. Recently she finished her study ‘Dry Needling’, a very nice technique for muscle relaxation.
- Robert Gallandat Huet, he works as a physiotherapist since 1985 and is experienced in working with oedema-related disorders, backproblems (Mulligan & McKenzie), fragility-prevention, triggerpoint techniques and recovery after chronic pain with the help of Graded Activity principles. In 2016 he became a registered hand-therapist. Robert also followed education about chronic pain (Explain Pain, with Australain background).
- Arie de Jong, he works as a physiotherapist since 1981, became Master Sportphysiotherapist and an Advanced Clinical Practitioner (Extended Scope Physiotherapist) and is experienced in working with sportrelated / musculo-skeletal disorders or overuse problems, joined 3 Olympic Games and he is also an osteopath since 1996 and integrates both fields of expertise, in daily life or in elite-sports. Arie also followed education about rheumatic disorders (EULAR – HPR) and chronic pain (Explain Pain).
To schedule for an appointment for physiotherapy you may call 023-5313799 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Net Promotor Score (NPS). The loyalty of our practise customer relationships (the customer satisfaction research) concludes in 68% Promotors, 30% Passives and 2% Detractors (2019).
More medical information (in English) for expats and tourists you may find at the website of Expatica, the Spaarne Gasthuis and more patient information leaflets you can find at the website of the Bronovo Hospital.
For an impression about the aspect ‘chronic pain’ you click here.
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