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The Spine & Joint Centre, Netherlands

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The Spine & Joint Centre, NetherlandsThe kindness of the pain world just keeps on delivering… The time and effort specialists take to email and share their resources and offer advice for pelvic pain / Pundendal Neuralgia (PN) is astounding and something that moves me so much. Having the website setup to be able to pass the info on is the ultimate. The chronic pain world is hellish, but like many of life’s screaming contrasts, for all the hellish qualities of pain comes a community that offers warmth, understanding, support, sacrifice, and the utmost kindness.

I can go on but my point is, I’ve found another brilliant pain centre and I want to share it. Quickly. Are you in the Netherlands? I believe you’re a phone call away from changing your pain situation (and participating in a ping pong game after your appointment!).

The Spine & Joint Centre, Netherlands have:

(excerpts from each social media site translated by Bing/Google)

A website… (www.spineandjoint.nl/)

Together in Motion
The Spine & Joint Centre we deal with you and our team of experts long back, pelvis and neck problems. We believe in a holistic approach through exercise therapy in group form, mental support and breaking fixed movement patterns.

A unique combination.
80% of people who have been treated by us, will experience more freedom, less pain and better quality of life.
If you walk a long time with pain? If you save your current treatment refractory or not? We can help you, please contact us for the possibilities

…A facebook page:

The Spine & Joint Centre specializes in the treatment of and research into chronic complaints of back, neck and / or pelvis.
The Spine & Joint Centre examines and treats since 1996 severe and chronic (more than 3 months) complaints of the neck, pelvis and spine.
With our in-depth knowledge and understanding we make a thorough (physical) analysis, followed by a diagnosis, advice and / or treatment.
The SJC intensive treatment program, based on recent developments and perspectives, focuses on physical recovery. The ‘own therapist’ is central.

A makeshift ping-pong table in the waiting area means that the end of the therapy approaches. Also this morning was approaching fast for one of the groups: a real competition!
The table tennis has multiple goals. One of them is ‘ free move ‘. At the beginning of the therapy we often see that people (too) much thought at their movements, this allows (too) much muscle tension. At the end of the therapy there is therefore room for exercise in ‘ free movement ‘. So is there not only table tennis or table tennis, but also gevolleyd, and sometimes even outside cycled.

…A blog (sjcrevalidatie.blogspot.com.au/):

The Spine & Joint Centre (SJC) is a rehabilitation center for back, pelvis and neck problems. This blog is the vision of the SJC expressed in different ways.

And did I mention the ping pong table in the waiting room?! I know I did but it’s too great an idea not to mention again.
A makeshift ping-pong table in the waiting area means that the end of the therapy approaches…
The table tennis has multiple goals. One of them is ‘ free move ‘. At the beginning of the therapy we often see that people (too) much thought at their movements, this allows (too) much muscle tension. At the end of the therapy there is therefore room for exercise in ‘ free movement ‘. So is there not only table tennis or table tennis, but also gevolleyd, and sometimes even outside cycled.

And they also have an incredibly qualified Managing Director Jan-Paul van Wingerden

Jan-Paul joined the conversation on a LinkedIN forum I began (Communicating chronic pain… creativity to the rescue!) and began asking some really careful and interesting questions (ones no one asks unless familiar with pelvic pain). Jan-Paul continued to ask questions via email, he sent me suggestions, his very valuable opinion and ideas and resources which I can now share on the website. Carefully selected from published magazines are the following pdfs. Fancy having a test measuring your pelvic movements while moving your arm!!!! Now that sort of interest and documentation tells me The Spine & Joint Centre is a place that will understand my pain language. No funny looks here about having spasms where you shouldn’t!…

Resources

Reliability and Validity of the Active Straight Leg Raise Test in Posterior Pelvic Pain Since Pregnancy pdf
Jan M A Mens. MD, Andry Vleeming. PhD, Chris J Snijders, PhD, Bart W Koes, PhD, and Henk J Stam, MD PhD
(Spine Vol 26, No 10 pp 1167-1171 © Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.)

Physical Characteristics of Women With Severe Pelvic pdf
Girdle Pain After Pregnancy
Inge Ronchetti, MSc, Andry Vleeming, PhD, and Jan Paul van Wingerden, BSc
(Spine Vol 33, No 5 pp E145-E151 © Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.)

A functional-anatomical approach to the spine-pelvis mechanism: interaction between the biceps femurs muscle and the sacrotuberous ligament pdf
J P van Wingerden, A Vleeming, C J Snijders, and R Stocckart
(Spine ©1993)

Differences in Standing and Forward Bending in Women With Chronic Low Back or Pelvic Girdle Pain pdf
Indications for Physical Compensation Strategies
Jan-Paul van Wingerden, BSc, PT, Andry Vleeming, PhD, and Inge Ronchetti, MSc
(Spine Vol 33, No 11 pp E334-E341 © Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.)

Abdominal & Pelvic Floor Muscle Function in Women with and Without Long Lasting Pelvic Girdle Pain pdf
Britt Stuge, Siv Mørkved, Haldis Haug Dahl, Nina Vøllestad 2006

Possible role of the long dorsal sacroiliac ligament in women with peripartum pelvic pain pdf
Andry Vleeming, Haitze J. De Vries, Jan M. A. Mensand Jan-Paul Van Wingerden
From the Spine and Joint Center and Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Allied Health
Sciences, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands 2002

Postural and Respiratory Functions of the Pelvic Floor Muscles pdf
P.W. Hodges,* R. Sapsford, and L.H.M. Pengel
Division of Physiotherapy, the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
© 2007 Wiley-Liss, Inc Neurourology and Urodynamics 26:362–371 (2007)

Chronic Pelvic Pain: Pelvic Flor Problems, Sacroiliac Dysfunction and the Trigger Point Connection pdf
Leon Chaitow, N D  D O
Marylebone Health Centre, Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LT, UK
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 2007 11, 327-339. Elsevier.

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