STADS Specialisations


Manuel therapists love joints! An additional study of 3 or 4 years after the physiotherapy bachelor, makes STADS’ manual therapists the specialists in the treatment of neckpain, backpain and shoulderpain. Using specific manipulations they can directly reduce pain or improve joint mobility. 


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Sometimes complaints are more complex or can’t be explained at all. These complaints are called medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS) and are at least as annoying and painfull as complaints with a clear cause! Your emotions, environment, thoughts and behavior all play an important role in the way these complaints are percieved. This largely takes place in your ”Psyche”. However, the complaints also manifest themselves physically, also called ”somatic”. Think of headaches, fatigue, dizziness, Hyperventilation or heart palpations.

STADS’ psychosomatic physiotherapists help you to gain insight into the cause of the complaints and factors that perpetuate them. By becoming more aware of the influence you can have on your psyche, by relaxing and making adjustments, step by step you’ll regain control over your body.


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Sports and exercise are super important! They do not only improve your fitness and strength, but also contribute to a healthy lifestyle, a good night’s sleep and reduce the risk of all kinds of annoying diseases.

STADS’ sport physiotherapists will help you if an injury prevents you from exercising as you’d like. Every injury requires tailored rehabilitation plan to get you back on the sport pitch, the skiing slopes, in the swimming pool, the fitness center or at home on your exercise bike as quickly as possible.


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”With old ages comes wisdom”. True hopefully, but unfortunately flaws also come with old age. Although this applies to everyone, there are people who suffer more from aging than others. STADS’ geriatric physiotherapist help you with their specific knowledge about age-related diseases, fall risk and complaints as a result of for example a stroke, Parkinson’s or Multiple Sclerosis (MS) to remain as independent and self-sufficient as possible.


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Did you know that, after the common cold, headaches are the most frequently mentioned complaint in doctor’s visits? We all suffer from it occasionally and luckily it usually goes away on its own. However, some types of headaches can last for a long time and hinder you in your work, study, sports or social activities. Then there are also a lot of different types of headache, with different causes, or sometimes even without a clear cause at all. In short, a big puzzle. STADS’ physiotherapist are happy to puzzle along with you! With an extensive screening, we first try to rule out that the headache is a result of another health problem. Then we will work with you to see whether and how the complaints can be alleviated or even remedied. For example, manual therapy can offer a solution for tension type headaches, cervicogenic headaches and some forms of migraine.


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‘’Peripheral arterial disease’’. A mouth full. What it comes down to is less complicated. Namely, pain in your legs due to a reduced blood flow to the muscle tissue. Because of the pain you can’t  walk as long anymore and you have to stop more often to reduce the pain.

Vascular training through walking exercises helps to create new blood vessels in the legs. This allows you to walk a little further every time. The treatment consists of a period in which you will train intensively under the supervision of one of STADS’ physiotherapists. After this, you’ll stay in touch for a few months to measure the effect of the training.


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Breathing, without thinking we do it 10-20 times a minute. The most common thing in the world you’d say. Still, plenty can go wrong with potentially very unpleasant consequences.

STADS’ physiotherapists specialize in the treatment of complaints arising from, for example, COPD, ASTHMA, Covid-19 or hyperventilation. They can supervise you in training, respiratory exercises or lifestyle changes.


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We all know physical activity is important if you want to stay healthy and energetic. But how do you start getting in shape? How do you prevent that persistent injury from disrupting your goals again? What should you take in account if you are recovering from a medical procedure, illness or accident? In short, sometimes it is nice to get some help with this.

At STADS you can exercise in a medical setting. You have the option to train independently or under the guidance of a specialized therapist. We help you to exercise responsibly and work on your physical goals or recovery.

Free for registered clients
Training independently*
€ 30,00/month
Personal training
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* Days and times in agreement with your therapist


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Occupational therapy

The whole day, your body is exposed to different stimuli. Without you being aware of it, your brain filters out and processes these stimuli. Thankfully, because this allows you to (without thinking) exercise, hold meetings, cook dinner, cycle and follow a conversation. Unfortunately, this system can also be disrupted as a result of disease, trauma, long-term overload or congenital problems. Consider, for example, a concussion (post commotional syndrome or PCS), stroke, burn out, MS, autism or whiplash. The normal stimuli that were always part of the day, such as the alarm clock ringing, birdsong, music on the radio and conversations with colleagues suddenly cost a lot more energy. The overstimulation makes you tired faster, provoke pain or headache and you can no longer concentrate. Getting through the day gets harder, your fuse gets shorter, you’re emotional all the time and you’re sooo tired…

STADS’ sensory integration therapist help you to map out which stimuli lead to overstimulation and which signals your body gives to let you know that it is time to take a break. Unfortunately, there is often little that can be done about the cause of the complaints. So you will have to develop a good strategy to get through the day. Sensory integration therapy helps you to balance your energy level throughout the day and give your brain the opportunity to recover.


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Work plays an important role in our lives; Here you have a lot of your daily social contacts, you are busy for a large part of the week and you earn money to do other fun things. Sickness can seriously impact your social life. 

STADS’ reintegration therapists help you to identify limitations and guide you back to work. This can be your old job, but in some cases also something new. Your therapist helps you find a good structure in work, monitors the balance between work and private life and helps you communicate with your company doctor and employer.


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There is a layer of fluid around your brain that acts as a kind of airbag. A big blow to the head can cause your brain to come in contact with the inside of the skull. This can lead to a concussion (and in some cases even a brain contusion or hemorrhage). Most people who sustain a concussion will be fully recovered in a few weeks and be able to study, work and exercise without limitations. Unfortunately, there are also people who recover less well and suffer longer from, for example pain in the neck and shoulders, headaches, concentration problems and fatigue. 

If you still have complaints 3 months into your recovery, this is referred to as post-concussion complaints or a post commotional syndrome. For example, 1 in 3 people who suffer a concussion still have complaints after 6 months. A small proportion of these suffer from cognitive complaints in addition to physical complaints such as pain, headache, fatigue and dizziness. This can lead to, among other things, a reduction in memory, language skills and concentration 

Immediately after a trauma, you are often advised to take it easy. But for how long? What can you do? Should you listen to your body’s signals, or should you push your limits? This is often quite difficult, especially when you start to fall behind in your studies, your boss gets impatient or you haven’t seen your teammates for a while. 

STADS’ occupational therapist and STADS’ physiotherapists help you to find a balance in being active and relaxation with sufficient rest and space for your brain to recover slowly.


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