At ICMC De Bron, we would like to tackle complaints integrally and at the source. In other words, we are always looking for the real cause of your complaints.
Naturally, every process starts with a thorough intake. We listen to your complaints, background, situation and wishes. If necessary, our mobility therapist carries out a number of specific screenings. You also will be asked to do a number of exercises to investigate your mobility strength and range. Together we set goals to work on. If necessary, a team of therapists is put together to be involved in your process.
The mobility therapist guides you with exercises, motivation and advice to ultimately move in a responsible, healthier and more natural way. With modern and effective methods and techniques, our mobility therapist focuses on the original cause.
By treating the cause, the practitioner can often resolve the complaints in just a few sessions. A lot of attention is also paid to the brain. After all, the ‘compensation behavior’ is controlled from the brain. Often the brain has to “learn” to control natural and normal posture and movement.
Attitude and mobility complaints can also have their origin in psychological, emotional and behavioral causes. Stress, burnout and even your current lifestyle can also contribute to the experienced posture and mobility complaints.
In such cases, of course, the team is expanded with a psychologist, social psychological counselor or life coach. The deployment of such a professional naturally depends on the underlying complaints, needs and wishes. Together with the professional, you look very concretely for deeper insights into your personal structures, circumstances, lifestyle and environment. By gaining a clear insight into the (psychological) aspects, you can more easily remove the obstacles and work on a real and sustainable recovery.
The above guidance is in principle sufficient to remove or reduce your posture and mobility complaints as much as possible. However, a period of monitoring and (decreasing) guidance may be required to anchor “the new” firmly and durably in your system.
This integrative (and where necessary multidisciplinary) approach creates an active mindset to work on a healthy attitude and balanced mobility. Experience has shown that only a limited number of sessions is required to remove or strongly reduce your posture and mobility complaints.