Posture therapy (or postural reeducation) according to the Mensendieck method tackles the deep causes of physical overuse. It aims at teaching you how to use your body optimally throughout all your daily activities. Not only will you gain in efficiency, comfort and quality of life, but you will also learn to durably protect or treat muscle and joint pain (musculosekeltal disorders): you will become your own therapist.
My clients come from all horizons: office or manual workers, professional drivers, housewives, musicians, etc. You know your job, I know the body: together we work hand in hand to find the right equation between the two. Often, the results reach far beyond just health: for example, musicians observe an improvement in sound quality following the treatment.
Changing bad habits does not happen from one day to the next. The process is progressive, and will usually require 8-10 sessions over 6 months, depending on your motivation and engagement! The path is illustrated below.
You will learn how to progressively change your postural habits thanks to tailor-made exercise programs, grounded in applied biomechanics and solid didactics. I do not manipulate your tissues. The sessions are spread out as soon as possible: this way, your autonomy grows fast.
by your side
Wherever you potentially face a biomechanical hazard, I can accompany you: at work, in your hobbies, in the car, at home. Hence, we make sure that you learn how to master posture and ergonomics in every situation.
I do not aim at treating the tissues, but rather the causes of overuse i.e., your behaviour. Hence, I can work with you at distance: from Switzerland, I succesfully treated several patients in New York. Contact me to learn more about this unique opportunity to get better!
Each session (in the practice or at distance) lasts approximately 1hr. The prices when I accompany you somewhere are always discussed with you beforehand. I am committed to maintaining accessible prices, because health insurances do not reimburse the treatment.
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