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We are contracted with the following insurance companies:2023
I am a physiotherapist specialising in total body assessment.
The body does not work as loose parts, so we consider your functioning total. So we look at the functioning of the foot-knee-hip-back-shoulder-elbow wrist concerning the complaint.
At FysioHulp, located in Amsterdam, our mission is to look at the total picture and analyse it. We want to look at the source of the complaint(s) and give you the most efficient treatment. Our goal is to provide patients with insight into their complaints and functioning. With this insight, the recovery is faster, but you are also working on the preventive side. To get there, we use a 3 phase plan. We work according to the latest scientific insights and common sense. Within three sessions, we can evaluate the treatment.
(Born GDR / East Germany), has studied physiotherapy at the University of Amsterdam (1992). Alexander worked than at the prestigious clinic near St. Gallen in Switzerland where many worked and experimented already with new techniques (including Trigger points and dry needling, which was still unknown in the Netherlands). Together with his father pediatrician / acupuncturist (A.Kudus was the first group of pediatricians comming from Vrije University Amsterdam) he experimented already what is now known as dry needling. In 1996 he started his practice in Amsterdam, where his father worked. Alexander interest in fascia is awakened by the many international courses / seminars he has attended. In addition to the work in practice, Alexander set up with his collegue Ernst van der Wijk the fasciatraining centre at fasciaweb. In addition, Alexander gives lectures abroad on fascia and teaches in Romania, Italy, China, USA, Qatar and more, Alexander studies clinical epidemiology at the faculty of medicine in the University of Amsterdam
Specialization: tennis elbow, neck pain, low back pain. Trigger points, Fascia Needling, fasciatherapy
Language: Dutch, English, German.