The guiding principle of our Kreuzberg based physical therapy practice is to move your body with the utmost awareness.
This may sound simple, but we believe it is the most important founding principle that supports the more complex aspects of our innovative approach. Moving you with awareness essentially means combining the purely physical execution of repetitive movements with attentive self-observation in order to begin retraining the coordinated processes of your musculoskeletal system. The key to making progress during each therapy session lies in the conscious and targeted execution of each movement as well as in our close observation and analysis of your movement.
At the start of the therapy process, we make a point to discuss the patient’s anamnesis and complete a detailed diagnostic. Our shared goal is to spend as much time as necessary from the start of your treatment to be as detailed and thorough as possible. Each therapy session typically lasts 60 minutes, during which we utilize all the tools at our disposal to help you achieve the maximum therapeutic success.
After our preliminary diagnostics, our experts select therapy and training methods that are specifically designed to suit your needs. We modify these methods according to our continued observations in order to make the exercise sequences both appealing and demanding. Throughout the individual phases of rehabilitation, we combine various therapeutic techniques with early functional training. Meaning, we use selective movement and motion control so that you can execute these specialized exercises with a precision that simply isn’t possible with traditional gym equipment. For transparency and motivation, we actively involve our patients in therapy planning right from the start. In order to achieve a personal goal, the knowledge and awareness of the small intermediate steps is an extremely important part of a patient’s ability to consistently harness the motivation necessary to make a full recovery.
Our observations in regards to your progress will be continually monitored and discussed throughout treatment. In order to ensure that the patient, doctor, and therapist are all on the same page over the course of the program, it is important to stay in regular communication with one another. This constant exchange streamlines the process of planning continual treatment regimens. In order to simplify this collaboration, we have established a network of physicians from various disciplines.