Cesar exercise therapy

Everyone has their own attitude and way of moving, but some habits are not good for the body. The exercise therapist can provide a structural solution to treating your symptoms.

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When do you see an exercise therapist?

You can see an exercise therapist for information, advice and treatment if you:

  • Have injuries or pains, such as in your arms, legs, shoulders or back.
  • Have stress or (muscle) tension-related complaints.
  • Because of a (chronic) condition, you need medical supervision for exercise care, for example.
  • Need to rehabilitate after surgery or accident or build fitness before surgery.

What does an exercise therapist do?

Cesar exercise therapy is a paramedic method of treatment aimed at treating and preventing complaints resulting from improper posture and movement patterns, whether or not caused by a particular abnormality or disease. The exercise therapist is a specialist in teaching healthy exercise behaviors. We will work with you to examine your lifestyle, posture and way of moving during daily activities. By analyzing this together, many complaints can be traced. This involves looking not only at the complaint, but at your whole body. Once you know where the pain is coming from and how your posture and way of moving are affecting your complaint, you can find a solution together.

The goal of exercise therapy is to eliminate, reduce and/or prevent symptoms. It also takes into account the situation you are in and your daily activities.

The first appointment

At the first appointment, the exercise therapist wants to know exactly what your physical symptoms are. That way he can determine whether you will benefit from exercise therapy or should see your doctor first. There will be an intake interview with a physical examination and treatment will begin.


If it is clear that exercise therapy can do something for you, you will work with the exercise therapist to find the possible causes of your symptoms. The exercise therapist looks at the area in which the symptoms are located, as well as your overall posture and movement patterns, which could possibly be affecting your symptoms.

Cesar therapy focuses on the treatment and prevention of complaints that result from improper posture or movement patterns and may or may not be caused by a particular abnormality or disease.

What happens in treatment?

Once the exercise therapist has identified the cause of your symptoms, a treatment plan will be developed with you. Exercise therapy treatment is focused on the goal you want to achieve. With the exercise therapist’s total approach, you will stay symptom-free longer.

Referral for Cesar Exercise Therapy

Do you have a condition, complaint or injury that an exercise therapist may be able to help you with? In most cases, you then do not need to see a (family) doctor first. You can contact an exercise therapist right away. If you have a condition on the “chronic list,” you do need a referral. You can find out if you need a referral from your family doctor or medical specialist in your health insurance company’s policy conditions. If in doubt, you can see your exercise therapist for advice.

Cost and reimbursement

If you are insured for physical therapy, treatment for Cesar remedial therapy is also covered. If you do not have supplemental health insurance or have already submitted treatment for this year, check here for current prices.

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What falls under chronic?

There is a list compiled by the government that includes all conditions that fall under the heading of “chronic. For each condition, there is a time limit to this. Below are the most common chronic conditions:

  • Stroke
  • Rehabilitation after (orthopedic) surgery such as a new hip or knee
  • Hip or knee osteoarthritis
  • Hernia
  • COPD
  • Restorative care in rehabilitation after COVID-19.

Frequently asked questions Cesar occupational therapy

Exercise therapy is a form of therapy aimed at improving body function and reducing pain and other symptoms through specific exercises and movements. Exercise therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions.

You may experience muscle soreness after exercise therapy, especially if you are training new muscles or have not exercised for a long time. This is a normal reaction of the body to new or intense physical activity, and it usually disappears after a few days. It is important to build up the exercises slowly and work within your own comfort level to avoid overexertion.

Exercise therapy and physical therapy are both forms of therapy aimed at restoring function and reducing pain and symptoms of the body. The difference between the two is that physical therapy usually focuses on treating specific conditions or injuries, while exercise therapy focuses more on improving general body function through exercises and movements. Exercise therapy can be used as part of a broader treatment of various conditions, while physical therapy usually focuses on treating specific conditions.

Exercise therapy can have several benefits for the body, including improving muscle strength and flexibility, reducing pain and stiffness, improving balance and coordination, and improving overall health and well-being. By doing regular exercises and working to improve body function, exercise therapy can help prevent future injuries and improve overall health and well-being.

Yes, exercise therapy can help you get stronger through targeted exercises and workouts. By doing regular exercises and working on building muscle strength, you can gradually get stronger and improve body function. It is important to work with a qualified exercise therapist to ensure that your exercises are performed correctly.

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