Is what we do better than what doctors and physiotherapists prescribe?
When it comes to movement, you indeed need to be lucky with German doctors, but physiotherapists are pretty often doing excellent work.
The difference is the setup.
We create an individual training plan for the participants, regularly do 60-minute sessions with people, listen closely to what they say, correct their patterns and discuss approaches. Based on our meetings with the participant, the training is adjusted.
They learn how to take care of their pains and injuries. We help them devote the time needed, listen to themselves, and get more precise in what they need through experimentation. We open doors and let the participants step through. We provide our experience, but we do it in a conversation, not a monologue.
Also, contrary to public health patients in physiotherapy, people pay something for our services. Yes, this increases the likelihood of a positive outcome. It creates commitment.