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MGR.VĚRA ŠVEJCAROVÁ

Věra studied Physiotherapy at the Higher Medical School in Příbram and subsequently continued her bachelor's and master's studies at the Slovak University of Health in Bánská Bystrica, where she successfully completed her studies in 2013.

 

She primarily deals with the therapy of coordination disorders manifested by posture disorders and work with abdominal hydraulics, which is closely linked to work with the lower limbs and feet and their stability.

 

She works with both adults and children. As a physiotherapist, she treats scoliosis and other postural disorders. In her practice, she also focuses on developmental kinesiology, active segmental centering and dynamic stabilization.

 

She has been working on feet functions since the beginning of her practice, which means more than 20 years. It is essential to understand the function of the feet, to know the laws of their shaping and also to distinguish what benefits the proper function of the feet and what threatens it.

 

Foot correction with insoles is one of the few therapies that is very easy and pleasant for clients, however it is very effective.

The use of well-made dynamic insoles provides great help in the therapy of these disorders.

Language skills:

English– Elementary

Professional courses:

  • 2000, 2001 Applied Kinesiology

  • 2001 Manual therapy according to Mojžíšová

  • 2002 Treatment of functional female sterility using the Mojžíšová method

  • 2003 The McKenzie method in the context of CP

  • 2003 Ball facilitation, non-specific mobilization

  • 2003 Treatment of idiopathic scoliosis with the ASC method

  • 2003 Scoliosis therapy according to Schrotová

  • 2003 Breathing in the context of CP

  • 2004 Intensive course of the Feldenkrais method

  • 2004 Ergonomics in the work of a physiotherapist

  • 2004 Taping in the work of a physiotherapist

  • 2005 Use of ASC in post-traumatic limb conditions

  • 2005 Summer School of Physiotherapy

  • 2006 Damage to the soft structures of the shoulder joint and the possibility of physiotherapy

  • 2007 Coordination strength exercises in physiotherapy

  • 2014 Diagnostics and therapy of functional disorders (manual therapy)

  • 2016 Modern physical training

  • 2016 Podiatry – leg physiotherapy

  • 2017 Podiatry – foot physiotherapy

  • 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 Physiocamp

Contact

Menclova 2538/2, 180 00

Praha 8 – Libeň

Monday - Thursday

7:00 - 19:00

Friday

7:00 - 17:00

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