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Our Specialisations

Read more about our specialisations here. If you can’t find what you are looking for, feel free to contact us. 

We are always happy to help you! 

You can visit us with or without a referral from your doctor. We can provide advice on dealing with your complaint, carry out a check-up and, depending on the results, schedule further treatment with you.


Physiotherapy is about moving! The body is the perfect example of a well-tuned machine where every muscle, bone and joint has a function…

Manual Therapy

The goal of Manual Therapy is twofold: To improve joint function and to improve your posture and general movement. To do this

Pediatric Physiotherapy

Pediatric Physiotherapy is aimed at all children and adolescents from birth until 18 years of age. Some children have delayed or abnormal development, which can be the result of….

Edema Therapy and Lymphatic Drainage

Edema is the name given to an abnormal build-up of fluid in the body. This can be the result of surgery, radiotherapy, hormone therapy or chemotherapy.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapy plays an important role in the prevention of further injury of everyone who wants to play sports or has a sport as their hobby or profession.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is a fast and effective method to achieve muscle relaxation and reduce muscle complaints. The most painful point in the muscle is

Rehabilitation Therapy

Rehabilitation involves working on recovery after an accident, illness or medical procedure. Fysio de Kolk has facilities and exercise programmes to aid you in

Weight Loss Therapy

Sufficient exercise is important. It is good for your physical fitness, muscle strength, bone density and stamina. Sufficient exercise also leads to weight control

Oncological Physiotherapy

One in three people are diagnosed with cancer. If you have to undergo, or have already undergone, cancer treatment, it makes sense to maintain your

Pelvic Physiotherapy

Pelvic Physiotherapy focuses on problems in the pelvis, abdomen and pelvic floor. These can occur in men, women and children. The pelvic floor is a muscle at the bottom of the

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