physiotherapy and health

The exercise of physiotherapy is not limited only to a musculoskeletal approach.
Thus, the physiotherapist is also called upon to take charge of the consequences of diseases linked to cancer (sarcopenia, decubitus disorders, stiffness, etc.).
Its intervention is fundamental in the field of maintaining or even recovering function in the service of healing.
Physical activity in this context is widely documented and thus shows a real interest in the patient’s reinvestment in his own life. The psychological situation is then improved and the risk of recurrence reduced.
The exercises are most often simple and functional, the fundamental objective being to encourage the patient to do them again. For this, they must have a real, explicit and quickly visible interest. They are therefore developed with the active participation of the patient.
Continuing to invest in these areas is essential for the recognition of our exercise in the service of the population.

The reform of training and its new definition where have opened up the scope of our activities to us. It is necessary that we can fully take our role in both prevention and treatment. Our mission is to make the patient an actor in his care by supporting him in his care journey

This interview is related to Taking the Road to Healing,

It’s reconnecting with the inner movement that was stopped by cancer, at one time and place. It is to regenerate the flow of one’s life, of oneself, the natural circulation of energies. Because, let us remember: life is not around us, it is above all in us. Re-stimulating the wonderful regenerative machine that lives in our body is first to stimulate the mind … and then the body! And therefore, it is advisable to do a minimum of physical activity!

A. Cerioli