Audrey De Bry
Sports Physical Therapist
When following further developments regarding COVID-19, the coronavirus, the non-urgent treatments will be further suspended until after Sunday April 19 in order to protect everyone’s health. Unfortunately, the practice will therefore remain largely closed for a few more weeks.
In case of necessary or urgent treatments I am always available, while taking the necessary precautions.
During this period, I would very much like to be able to help you with your injuries. That is why I decided to offer online consultations from now on. During these video consultations we will discuss your injury or problem together and then tackle them with the help of a personalised exercise program that you can carry out at home.
Contact me by phone, on 0475 78 87 98, or by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment for a video consultation or in case of urgency.
In the coming weeks it is still not possible to make an appointment via the website.
As soon as it is safe to receive patients again, I will notify you.
Together we are stand strong against the corona virus. Thanks in advance for your understanding.
Welcome to the website of my sports physical therapy practice in Uccle, Brussels.
Do you suffer from an acute or chronic injury? Don’t stay seated on the sidelines. Together we will diagnose and tackle your problem using an active and personal approach suited for your specific problem.
Everyone is welcome! You don’t have to be a top athlete to love movement!
Don’t hesitate to book an appointment or contact me for advice.
Do you have any injury resulting from exercise participation and/or sports? I can help you in your discomfort. Through targeted exercises, physical therapy treatments and advice we’ll get you as soon as possible back on the playing field. – For all ages and levels of ability.
Due to a variety of causes – such as an injury or trauma, disease, medical treatment such as surgery and their side effects, a developmental disorder, etc. – you might need to get back, keep, or improve abilities that you need for daily life. I’ll help you improve your physical functioning needed to perform different activities. During the therapy sessions we’ll work towards specific and individual goals.
A loss of physical condition due to inactivity might be caused by the loss of function in a certain part of the body, or simply by a long break from physical activities. An individualized exercise program will be designed to build up your strength, core stability, endurance, flexibility and mobility. A conditioning program will be personally coached and provided as one-on-one fitness training.
Preventing an injury or a re-injury is an important aspect of sports physical therapy. Are you planning to return to specific physical activities after a long break? Then you might benefit from an exercise program and targeted advice. Are you very active in sports participation? Prevent most common injuries or any re-injuries with a sport specific exercise program.
Complaints due to postural and hormonal changes during a pregnancy or recently after delivery can be addressed through physical therapy. Usually after 4-6 weeks post-partum you can start an exercise program to get you back in shape.
Taping might be used with certain injuries to relieve your pain or to help your moving pattern. It is commonly used to improve joint stability, enhance your athletic confidence, facilitate normal movement, reduce injury recurrence and to prevent injuries.
As a dancer you might encounter all kinds of injuries that limit your dance abilities. If you find yourself in pain with a certain movement, I can help and coach you back on the dance floor. It’s also possible you have trouble achieving a specific movement or have postural difficulties. As a former dancer and dance teacher I have a great understanding of a dancer’s body. I also recognise the movement abilities needed to perform at your best level. Come find me if you have any problems that hinder you to dance at your best.
Particular problems, often chronic due to repetitive movements, frequently plague musicians. During my physical therapy studies I focused my attention to such repetitive strain and overuse injuries. These are typically developed over time due to excessive stress on muscles and tendons. They can have a negative impact on performance or even career. If you find yourself suffering from such injuries, chronic or acute, don’t hesitate to contact me. I’ll help you get back to unhindered music making.
Mens sana in corpore sano
A healthy mind in a healthy body – Juvenalis