Chronic pain, injury prevention, post operation
The benefits of Personal Training after injury
Tailored and individual
Every injury or imbalance has its roots in a very individual pattern. Together we analyze which sets of exercises fit your needs and help you recover as fast as possible.
Every injury you cure out well helps you strengthen your whole body. Together we work on training the chain of muscles that work together and help you reduce the likelihood of a setback.
Taking care of your body and mind carefully over the course of your life is not only a great investment in your health but preserves functionality and adds to your quality of life.
Preventing injuries, working on imbalances, decreasing chronic pain
The aim of therapeutic training is to combine the knowledge of medical therapy together with smart movements that help you to work sports but also injury-related. The exercises are meant to improve mobility, coordination, and strength and train your cardiovascular system.
I am working together with highly qualified health professionals, physiotherapists, physicians, osteopaths, and acupuncturists to increase your overall health and well-being long-term. If you have been suffering from chronic pain, have had an injury, or need assistance in training after your operation and physical treatment, you will find yourself in the best hands. Over the course of my work, I have always worked closely with healthcare professionals in different disciplines, which gave me the knowledge I am providing you with in individual sessions.
Before I start to train with you we counsel together and I assess your movements and posture. Based on the first assessment we pick a range of movements that we will integrate into your training.
The benefits of therapeutic work:
Benefit from the interdisciplinary work
Increase your quality of life by decreasing chronic pain
Sustainable training towards a long-term change
Training with a purpose
Working on a foundation that lasts a lifetime
My fields of expertise:
Chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system
Knee, Shoulder, and Ankle injuries
Respiratory or cardiovascular illness