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Old 20.02.2020, 18:23
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Re: is there demand for an english speaking physio?

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Hi There,

A small rant... :-)

The problem i see in Switzerland is the lack of innovate treatment techniques. Its very basic in alot of places (i have been trying to treat my neck, hip and knee pains on the left side of the body).

I say, you need to bring something different to the table i.e. Physio with cupping and movement techniques, use of Hawk Grips tools, neurology treatment etc..i can go into real details where required. They just dont look at the whole body here and concentrate on the areas of pain, which is not always the case.

Just as an example, check @bodymechanic on Instagram. Now the processes he uses there are amazing...why is Switzerland so slow to catch on these types of treatments?

Unless i just cannot find them here, but i have used a whole tons of Physios here and no luck in fixing my problems!

Thanks
I'm a physiotherapist in the canton of Bern.

But I'm a bit confused about what you mean about new techniques? Which techniques in particular? What types of treatment have you received in the past?
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