I completed the physiotherapy course In 1985. After working abroad for a year, I joined the Group practice Minerva. Over the years I have specialized in pelvic related complaints and I am now a registered pelvic physiotherapist. To ensure a successful result of the treatment of patients, I regularly consult with the referrers.
As a pelvic physiotherapist, I give refresher courses to doctors, psychologists and others who provide health care. I am also a member of the Amsterdam team of pelvic physiotherapists.
Furthermore, I followed the training in haptonomy and I give preventive exercise therapy to groups within our practice.
I graduated as a physiotherapist in 1981and later specialized in manual therapy at the SOMT. In addition, I completed the training for McKenzie therapist and took the course ‘the Mulligan concept’. I mainly treat patients who have disorders in the spine, with or without radiating pain to the arms or legs and also patients with headache complaints. During my treatment I often use the Mulligan Concept because it turns out to be a mild, pain-free and effective way to make joints more mobile (also for patients over 65 years of age).
In 2002 I graduated as a physiotherapist in Amsterdam. After gaining practical experience in a hospital and nursing home I joined this practice working as a general physiotherapist. I have gained further skills and abilities by following courses such as fall prevention training (Otago training), Perfect Pilates (core stability training), motivational interviewing and medical taping. In addition, in 2013, I completed the one-year training to become a home care physiotherapist. I do a large part of the external home treatments and work a lot with district nurses, home carers, occupational therapists and other disciplines working in community care.
I completed my physiotherapy training in 1979. Since then I have been working as a general physiotherapist.
Later I specialized in the treatment of psychosomatic disorders and in the treatment of pelvic floor complaints (unintended urinary or faecal loss, difficulty in urinating or bowel movements, complaints related to prolapse- and sexual problems associated with functional disorders of the pelvic floor) and disorders of the pelvic belt due to pregnancy. I am officially registered for both of these specialisations. For the successful treatment of patients, I also regularly consult with various referrers. I am also a member of the pelvic physiotherapists team in Amsterdam.
In 2014 I graduated as a physiotherapist at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam. During my studies I did an internship in both private practices and rehabilitation centers and I worked as an aqua trainer in cardiac rehabilitation and as a physiotherapist / sports carer at the Ajax camps & clinics.
After my education, as a physiotherapist, I started to get involved in sports-related disorders, particularly in cross fit and weightlifting. I have been with the group practice Minerva since 2016. Currently I am specializing in the area of claudication therapy. I am a member of ClaudicatioNet.
In 2010 I graduated as a general physiotherapist at the Arnhem and Nijmegen University of Applied Sciences. After my graduation, I gained work experience in various departments of the hospital and at the care group Maas en Waal. But there is always more to learn. That is why I started the master pelvic physiotherapy at the SOMT in Amersfoort. Here I graduated in June 2017. Since November 2017 I work at Group Practice Minerva and I support this team with my specialism. As a pelvic physiotherapist, I treat complaints in the entire area of the abdomen, pelvis and lower back. I think it’s important to work together with my patients looking to find a solution to the problem. So I look closely at the person who comes into my treatment room and stay in contact with any referrers and specialists.
Kamla Kohli, doctor and acupuncturist, is working in the practice on a regular basis.