Journal of Physiotherapy & Physical Rehabilitation

ISSN: 2573-0312

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Robert Theiler


  • Research Article
    Quality Assurance Study on Physiotherapy According To the Spiraldynamik® Concept for Treating Patients with Knee Complaints
    Author(s): Martin Pielok and Robert TheilerMartin Pielok and Robert Theiler

    Objective: Knee complaints are the most common disorders seen in daily physiotherapy routine, apart from lower back pain. A number of studies have documented a strong correlation between knee, hip and foot biomechanics. Spiraldynamik® is a holistic therapeutic and movement concept. It combines integral natural principles, such as the helix, with archaic evolutionary movement patterns. According to the Spiraldynamik® concept, the functionality of the knee joint is strongly dependent on the functionality of the hip and foot joints. Treatment of the knee joint therefore includes the hip and foot joints as the entire leg is seen as a kinematic chain governed by structural principles. The aim of this study was to document the outcome of the specific Spiraldynamik® therapy in patients with knee disorders. Methods: This quality assurance study was performed during standardized Sp.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2573-0312.1000129

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