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Physiotherapy at Fysio Fitaal.

Physio Fitaal stands for modern physiotherapy. In our physiotherapy practice the focus is on orthopedic rehabilitation. This means that we treat injuries to tendons, muscles, bones and/or joints. Sometimes nerves are indirectly involved. We make the treatment plan as transparent as possible so you understand where you stand. Our approach consists of a combination of the latest scientific insights and years of expertise in the field of injury treatment. Within this framework we offer an exclusive service and there is always room for personal preference. Our treatment is designed to give people back their autonomy over their bodies. Fysio Fitaal Tilburg consists of a team of experts with a passion for physiotherapy and we always aim for a durable result. 

Currently, we have two locations. Our first physiotherapy practice is located in Tilburg Centre, at Veldhovenring 57. Our second location is located in Tilburg Reeshof, at the Spaubeekstreet 89 At the Basic-Fit gym.

 

Trochanter major syndrome

Back Care

Back Care

Back pain can be located in different areas of the spine. Physio Vital Back Care works with physical therapists who are trained to treat people with back pain.

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Neck pain

Neck pain

Neck pain can occur suddenly or slowly. Sometimes you notice that certain movements, such as looking back, no longer go well or are not even possible for a while.

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Knee problems

Knee problems

Knee problems can develop slowly but also be present suddenly after a fall or an accident. In our practice we often see sports injuries.

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Shoulder complaints

Shoulder complaints

Shoulder pain is a regular occurrence. Sometimes shoulder pain is also a recurring injury. Possible causes of shoulder pain are heavy physical work or sports.

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Hip problems

Hip problems

Hip pain can occur at any age. The cause of pain from the hip can be very different. Think of groin problems after sports like soccer or running or wear and tear of the hip joint.

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Knee Osteoarthritis

Knee Osteoarthritis

A hernia is a bulging of the intervertebral disc. Between two vertebrae there is an intervertebral disc also called a disc.

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Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip Osteoarthritis

Exactly how osteoarthritis forms is not entirely clear. What we do know is that osteoarthritis increases with age. We distinguish between different forms of osteoarthritis.

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Tennis elbow

Tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is an overuse syndrome of the extensors in the wrist, that is, the symptoms usually develop and worsen gradually.

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Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder

Frozen shoulder, also called frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis, is a condition of the shoulder in which there is pain along with limited range of motion of the shoulder.

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Patella Femoral Syndrome

Patella Femoral Syndrome

Patellar femoral pain syndrome is a collective term for various complaints at the front of the knee, around the patella, or kneecap.

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Good to know

Reimbursements in 2022

In most cases, physical therapy is not covered by the basic insurance. To get the treatment reimbursed, you must have physiotherapy in your supplementary health insurance. If you do not have supplementary insurance, the treatments will be at your own expense. There are a few exceptions when Physical Therapy is reimbursed from the basic insurance: 

  • Physical therapy as a result of rehabilitation after surgery.
  • Physical therapy for conditions listed for chronic physical therapy.
  • Physical therapy when you are under 18 years old. Usually 18 treatments per year.
  • Physiotherapy after corona complaints. This must be a severe form. This is decided by the doctor or medical specialist. This is 50 treatments which can be extended a maximum of one more time with 6 months.

 

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