Audrey De Bry

Sports Physiotherapy & Manual Therapy

Welcome to the website of my physiotherapy practice in Uccle, Brussels!

Here you can follow your physical therapy in a positive, dynamic and motivating environment!

Specialised in:

  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Manual Therapy
  • Myofascial therapy and dry needling
  • Back and neck problems
  • Sacro-iliac and pelvic complaints
  • Disorders of the extremities: arms and legs
  • Rehabilitation after surgery
  • Dizziness and headaches
  • Injury prevention
  • Reconditioning
  • Chronic and acute injuries

As a professionally trained dancer, I also offer dance technique coaching for ballet and modern dancers!
In addition, I coach musicians in their injury recovery and prevention.

Find out more about my specialisations on the dedicated pages of my website.

Feel free to contact me for more information. You can find my contact information here. It is also possible to book your appointment online.

See you soon!


Sports physiotherapy is for everyone, all ages and all physical activity levels!

Replacement by my wonderful colleague Nick Verhoeven, from 13/09 to 08/10

From Monday 13 September to Friday 8 October, my fantastic colleague Nick Verhoeven will treat, guide and help you with your physiotherapy!
I will be present on Tuesday 14 September before I leave. I will see you in a few weeks from 11 October, rested and ready to rock!

I have every confidence in Nick and the collaboration with the practice and of course with you! I wish him lots of success in the coming weeks! Welcome Nick!

Nick presents himself below:

In 2018 I graduated as Master of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physical Therapy at the Catholic University of Leuven. From my passion for sports and all aspects around it, I specialized in sports physical therapy and rehabilitation.

After one year of work experience, I still missed some extra tools within the manual section and decided to follow the postgraduate course in manual therapy at the University of Ghent, which I successfully completed in 2021.


I myself am an avid athlete and am involved in this on a daily basis, along with the adjacent aspects around this: including nutrition, training, injuries and injury prevention. In 2016 I took the postgraduate course ‘classical taping and kinesiotaping’ (FICO) and also followed a first module of the course ‘complex core +: Training and Therapy’ (Roman Jahoda). In 2017, I completed this course by taking the second and third modules.

Staying up to date with the latest developments within physiotherapy is in my opinion a prerequisite to be able to give the most qualitative care. With this in mind, I started the Dry Needling training at Trigger and have already completed three basic modules.


Rehabilitation stands for healing through movement. Movement has a different meaning for every individual and that is something I like to focus on. A ‘one size fits all’ approach does not exist, so working together towards a personalised therapy is essential.


Of course, I became a physiotherapist not only because of my great passion for sport and exercise, but also to work with people. Besides the physical aspect, there is also the mental aspect of rehabilitation. My approach therefore always leaves room for people to talk: ‘Communication is key!


Since my youth I have been a member of the scouts and I have gained a lot of good things from this, such as problem-solving, tolerance and flexibility. But above all learning to work together in order to achieve success and goals. So I am looking forward to our cooperation! You too?

Dance Technique
Abs sports physiotherapy


During my leave from 13 September to 8 October, you will be excellently cared for by my colleague Nick Verhoeven. He is looking forward to treat you and to encourage you in your rehabilitation!

During this period you can reach the practice on the same telephone numbers: 0475 78 87 98 and 02 782 08 11.
You can of course also book your appointment online and click on Nick at the choice of therapist.

He will introduce himself here soon. Keep an eye on this page!

On the first of July 2021 I achieved my postgraduate diploma in Manual Therapy at the UGent!
Thanks to this deepening of knowledge, I can help you in a more targeted approach with a thorough clinical reasoning!

Your first physical therapy consultation will last about one hour. This will allow sufficient time for an in-depth diagnosis of your symptoms and the development of a personalised treatment plan.

Your first appointment will include:

  • In-depth diagnosis of your complaints
  • Targeted and structured clinical examination
  • Formulating a personalised treatment plan
  • Eventual manual treatment according to your complaints
  • Essential guided exercise therapy
  • An exercise schedule for you to do at home, adapted to your needs

You can find a short presentation of the practice, the physiotherapeutic treatment programme and the medical fees here.

Don’t hesitate to send me a message if you have any further questions and see you soon!

online consultation

I wish you a healthy and happy end of the year and a great start of a new one!

Out of office: Friday 25/12/2020 up to and including Sunday 03/01/2021.

See you soon!

Booking your appointment online is possible again!

  • First appointment and / or a new pathology (45 min)
  • Follow-up appointment (> 30 min)
  • Dance technique coaching (60 min)

Click on this link!

The practice is open!

I hereby ask you to follow a few strict hygiene measures to guarantee everyone’s safety and health.

  • Wash your hands (1) upon entry and (2) before exercising.
  • Wear a nose-mouth mask. If you do not currently have one, you can purchase one in practice.
  • Bring a large bath towel, or beach towel, to your appointment.
  • Are you ill or do you have a fever? Then cancel your appointment in time and stay at home.

Thanks in advance and see you soon!

Mens sana in corpore sano

A healthy mind in a healthy body – Juvenalis