AUDREY DE BRY
Myofascial therapy and dry needling
Physiotherapy for orofacial and jaw complaints
Dancers and musicians
In 2017 I graduated as a Master of physiotherapy and rehabilitation sciences, specialised in sports physiotherapy at the Free University of Brussels. in June 2021 I successfully achieved my postgraduate diploma in Manual Therapy at the University of Ghent. Currently, I am also specialising in orofacial and jaw problems (TMJ) at the University of Ghent.
My passion for the movement of the human body started with my ballet classes that I followed since my childhood. I practised the complex movements at any time of the day and wherever I had space. As a teenager I decided to pursue my dream and passion by studying modern dance at the Fontys Dance Academy in Tilburg, the Netherlands. After several years of hard work and pushing my limits, I graduated as a professional dancer in Modern and Theatre Dance in 2012.
During my dance studies, I often had to seek the help of a physiotherapist to treat the injuries I unfortunately sustained during the intensive training programme. I started to get really interested in the mechanical, biochemical and physiological aspects of how the human body moves. That's why I decided to deepen my knowledge of movement by studying physiotherapy and rehabilitation sciences at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Because of my background and my strong affinity with dancers and artists, I specialised in sports physiotherapy. I finished my Master's degree in 2017.
To deepen my knowledge even further and to be able to help people in a more focussed approach, I started in 2020 a postgraduate degree in Manual Therapy at the UGent and achieved my diploma in 2021.
My mission is to help people move smarter and easier. I want to help facilitate movement, regardless of their ability level and age. Everybody has a body and has the right to explore their movement possibilities!
As a former dancer, I am also very inspired to help dancers and other artists with their injuries so that they can always achieve their best performance.
In 2021, I obtained my Master's degree in physiotherapy and rehabilitation at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
As I am passionate about sports, I specialised in manual therapy and the treatment of sports pathologies thanks to the Kinesport Expert training. I completed this specialisation by training in sports programming and reathletisation with the Canadian structure Rehab-U in 2022.
This passion accompanies me in my daily life as well as in my practice as a therapist. This has allowed me to develop additional skills such as nutrition and sports coaching, which I offer in my practice.
Movement and performance are the pillars of the rehabilitation of the sports patient but also in general physiotherapy. As these notions have different meanings for each of us, I take care to individualise each of my treatments, whatever your age, your objective or your level of physical activity!
All this with good humour, dynamism and kindness!