Since 1997 I have been a remedial therapist-Mensendieck in Eindhoven at the locations Strijp-S and Airbornelaan, Health Centre Airborne. Remedial therapy is a great way of understanding the physical problems better through the body and learning how to eliminate and prevent these ailments. By letting people experience personally how they can influence their own health and vitality positively, pain symptoms and discomfort reduce. I can help them to obtain this using different treatment techniques.
I combine my work as a therapist with my work in and for companies in areas like RSI prevention and physical overstrain. In my work I guide a lot of people suffering from stress related problems and burnout.
Moreover I guide people with stress related problems.
Using knowledge from my fields of business administration and therapist I advise companies in the area of healthy working conditions (Sens in company). We operate mainly in and around Eindhoven. We carry out a large health programme at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven and see many expats in our practise. Our training and therapy is offered in both English and Dutch.
Since 2010 I have enjoyed working as a Cesar remedial therapist. I always see it as a challenge to use posture corrections, exercises and tips to encourage people to reduce their complaints themselves. I am a committed therapist and I find real personal contact very important in my approach and treatment. Patients often tell me they really feel seen and heard. As a therapist, I walk next to you on the road to recovery, we walk it together.
In the practice I see many patients with Parkinson’s disease. I am an active member of Parkinsonnet network in which we sometimes hold multidisciplinary consultations.
In 2018 I completed the in-depth course for headaches and since the beginning of 2020 I can also call myself a sleep therapist.
I can use this knowledge for a tailored-made treatment for problems and pain complaints for day and night!
I work at Sens Beweegt je as a remedial therapist trained in the Cesar method and children’s remedial therapist at the locations Airbornelaan and Strijp-S in Veldhoven and I also work in Vessem The beauty of my profession is the challenge to encourage and motivate people to healthy physical activity and to help lessen pain symptoms. Other than that, my passion for the field is found in children’s remedial therapy. I enjoy working with children because every child is unique. I feel challenged to find a working method for every child to encourage and motivate them to realise their potential, keeping enjoyment of the activity the top priority.
In 2018 I graduated as a Cesar remedial therapist and first followed my passion for travel. After this I worked as a therapist in Gemert for six months and I can now proudly say that I belong to the Sens beweegt je team.
The great thing about this profession is to teach people how their body works and how they can tackle the complaint themselves. I take on a coaching role in this.
As a remedial therapist I look for the cause of the complaints and why complaints persist.
I also see many people who want to improve their posture, suffer less from stress and become more vital. Guiding people is the best thing there is for me.
Besides Cesar remedial therapist, I am also a chronic pain therapist and I am a member of the network chronic pain. People who have been told that they have to learn to live with their pain, that it is between the ears, offering people who do not yet feel heard a listening ear, that is what motivates me. And to let them experience that they can do much more than they used to think.
I have been working as a Cesar remedial therapist since 1990. From the beginning of 2021 I am part of the team of Sens beweegt je and I am working at the Strijp-S location.
Movement is my passion. It gives me satisfaction to give people insight into their own movement and complaints, so that they can exert optimal influence on this themselves. This results in a reduction of complaints for a longer period of time. You can become your own therapist.
Over the years I have gained extensive experience regarding pregnancy related (pelvic) complaints. There is a lot to offer in the field of exercise therapy around pregnancy and recovery after childbirth. It is rewarding work to be able to guide women during this special period.
In addition, I have studied the treatment of osteoarthritis complaints and dizziness complaints.
My name is Kine and I am a physiotherapist. I am originally from Norway and ended up here in 2009 for my physiotherapy training.
In addition to regular posture and movement therapy, I also like to work with breathing.
My passion for the profession is mainly in the area of relaxation and breathing. I work with the ‘van Dixhoorn’ method and other methods as well. You can contact me if you are suffering from hyperventilation, anxiety or other core problems in the field of breathing or relaxation, but of course also for muscle and skeletal issues. I also enjoy working with pregnant women and new mothers.
I am Mirjam van de Moosdijk. Graduated from Cesar Practice Therapy in 1997. Then started the physiotherapy course for which I graduated in 2000. The first 8 years after my education I worked in an institution for people with intellectual disabilities. In addition, I started my own practice as a remedial therapist in Budel. After my pregnancies I started to specialize as a pelvic exercise therapist. I still enjoy guiding pregnant women pre- and postpartum. After I received a stoma as a result of M. Crohn’s disease in 2016, I continued to study and specialize in abdominal wall rehabilitation. My mission is to create more awareness about this and to ensure that every person with a stoma resumes daily activities, sports and abdominal muscle training. Pre-operative support also deserves attention in order to come out of the operation fitter. At Sens, I would like to apply this and let it grow into a standard exercise program for all major abdominal operations. By consciously moving you can resume all your activities. And that is what the Remedial Therapist stands for, awareness and behavioral change. I work at the locations Boschdijk and Strijp S.
Remedial therapy Mensendieck-Cesar
Pregnancy, pelvic complaints and pelvic floor
Abdominal wall rehabilitation (diastasis, incisional hernia and stoma)