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Questions Regarding The Conditions We Treat

Dr. Ron van der Veen consulting with a patient suffering from a herniated disc at Result Care

What is your complaint?

"Where does it hurt?" It's a classic question of practitioners and of course, the question we ask. But our approach after that question is substantially different.

Pain is in fact always a consequence of something. We, at Result Care, look for the causes and take them on at the root. We offer a structural, permanent solution for your specific complaint.

Osteoarthritis:

Do you have osteoarthritis stiffness, restricted movement, and weakness? Certain movements can cause pain, such as turning your neck, lifting your arms, bending your knee stretch or your big toe. Do you suffer from swollen joints, posture disorders causing other joints, tendons and muscles are taxed more? Discomfort caused by osteoarthritis is very recognizable and can unfortunately occur at a young age. You can experience arthritis relief in the form of a targeted treatment at Result Care.

Where does OA come from?

Osteoarthritis can be hereditary and occur at a younger age. Other causes include being overweight, moving too much or in the wrong manner for long periods of time. Osteoarthritis often has multiple factors that play a role, such as prolonged heavy loads on the joints or other diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, gout and pseudo-gout.

What can you do against osteoarthritis?

Depending on the cause of osteoarthritis, you can do some things to reduce the symptoms. If you are overweight, it is never too late to lose weight: every kilo you lose weight is another kilo less pressure on the joint. In addition, certain foods have anti-inflammatory agents, such as omega-3. Although painful, it is still important to keep moving, because too little exercise can even accelerate the degenerative process.

How can we help you?

Result Care looks for the real causes of your arthritis and aging symptoms. We will discuss your lifestyle and conduct various tests to determine the cause of your osteoarthritis. For every cause there are specific treatment plans, which are then further developed for you. The number of treatments to get rid of the complaint ranges from an average of 4 to 10 treatments. At a greater complexity more treatments may be needed.



Backache:

Causes of back pain are varied and often less obvious than is sometimes thought. An injury that is sustained in the distant past, is often a major cause of back pain. Many people can identify a moment in life, and their back has never been the same. This moment is often a fall or accident that a person has been involved in, in the past.

Where does back pain come from?

Back pain is often a cause that can be found elsewhere in the body. Blockages in the neck and back by having poor posture or injuries are common for back pain. A perhaps surprising, but common cause is a poorly fitting denture. If the teeth close in a bad position, the body will compensate by tightening the neck muscles. This is then compensated for in the back, which can lead to lower back pain.

What can you do yourself against backache?

Back pain has a major impact on your daily life. If you can hardly bend down, stand up and sit down, it is nearly impossibly to also play with the kids and participate in family activities or sports. Common complaints of back pain are cramping of muscles at the back, movement restriction, locking of legs, buttocks, knees and ankles, numbness in the legs and stiffness. There are different types of pain, including herniated disc, sciatica, fibromyalgia and lumbago. When back pain is a problem, it is important to keep moving as much as possible and not taking excessive bed rest. So make sure you try to maintain your daily activities, albeit at a slightly slower pace. In addition, heat can help relieve the sore muscles, so taking a hot shower or a hot bath is great. Also, a light massage can be beneficial with loosening the tight and sore muscles.

How can we help you?

Result Care looks for the real causes of your back pain by performing various tests to determine the causes of your back pain. For every cause there are specific treatment plans, which are then further developed for you. The number of treatments to get rid of the complaint ranges from an average of 4 to 10 treatments. At a greater complexity more treatments may be needed.



Headache:

The most common headaches are tension headaches, migraines and headaches following medication. Headaches can have several causes, including psychological. Headaches are annoying and the consequences can be far-reaching. Effects are noticeable in the family, at work and at school. People who have headaches participate less in social and sporting activities, feel less energetic and more irritable compared to those without headaches.

Where does a headache come from?

Causes of headaches are very different. Blockages in the neck and back by example, poor posture or injuries also often contribute to nasty headache. Another common cause of headaches is having a poor-fitting dentures, which can lead to tension in the head, sometimes causing a splitting headache.

What can you do to relieve a headache?

If you suffer from headaches, the causes can vary widely. However, you yourself can try some things to ease the headaches such as avoiding caffeine drinks like coffee, ice tea and energy drinks. It is also important to ensure that you are well ventilated living and working environment and to stay hydrated. If your headache still persists, it is wise to visit a therapist so that you can search for a solution to your headaches.



Neck pain:

Neck pain is, after low back pain and shoulder pain, the most common complaint in the musculoskeletal system. Neck pain has, like most problems, various causes. Many people experience occasional neck pain and stiffness in the neck. Neck pain or a neck hernia can occur acutely or develop slowly over time. It often occurs during or after certain incidents like a car accident or a fall.

Where is neck pain come from?

Neck pain can have several causes. Sometimes neck pain is caused by a fall, sports injury, or whiplash. Adopting an unnatural posture, for example, a computer screen or while sleeping, is often the cause of acute neck pain but also of a neck hernia. A variant of chronic neck pain is often more complicated. A poorly fitting dentures, trauma from the past or even a twisted knee can cause neck pain. In addition, osteoarthritis can also chronic neck pain cause. In addition, stress is a major cause of neck pain; body cramped by stress leading to tension and ultimately to neck pain.

What can you do to prevent neck pain?

Neck pain or a neck hernia can be caused by an unnatural position. It is important to examine yourself as it is happening, for example, during work or while sleeping. You can experiment with another chair, sit up, get enough exercise during work or another pillow in bed. Finally, it is important to avoid stress because it is an important cause of neck pain or a neck hernia. If you still have neck pain due to stress, try to relax and do exercises to strengthen your neck muscles and stretch your neck.

How can we help you?

Result Care looks for the real cause of your neck pain to perform various tests and ultimately determine the cause of your neck pain. For every cause there are specific treatment plans, which are then further developed for you. The number of treatments varies from an average of 4 to 10 treatments to get rid of your neck pain. At a greater complexity more treatments may be needed. We look beyond just treating the complaint, for example, there may be supervised by a physiotherapist HBO path (Attitude Consciousness Movement and Exercise) are followed reinstated in full as soon as possible, but we advise you how healthy your body can go.



Crybaby? Break the vicious circle

As new parents, there is a lot of you off, but what if the new family member turns out to be a crybaby? Babies are crying once, but there is a difference between a cry baby and a crying baby. A crybaby crying because something is not right, the way of crying is different. The baby is trying to tell you something. The consequences are frustration and sleeplessness in babies, parents and surroundings

Why a baby is a crybaby?

Weeping cry babies can have several causes. A common cause is a difficult childbirth expired. A baby has a soft skull and if there is lot of pressure, the mobility of the meninges are affected. In addition, the baby may have been in a bad position and therefore for example, suffered a blocked upper cervical spine. Both situations can have headaches due and thereby cause a crybaby. Also feed where a baby is allergic or intolerant, can ensure that a healthy baby is a crybaby. It is important to find out whether this is the case with your crybaby.

What can you do if your child is a crybaby?

Cry babies are often in a vicious circle: because they often cry a lot, they are very tired and because they are so tired they quickly become over-stimulated and they cry even more. For a crybaby therefore peace and regularity is very important; You can break the circle in this way. Walking around with your baby, gently rocking and embezzlement application in the nursery can prevent crying child. Never get angry with your baby, how difficult it sometimes is, it makes it worse. Recent research shows that crying babies have extra benefit of reading, because it creates positive incentives and improve the interaction between parent and child.

How can we help you?

Result Care is looking for the real causes of the cry of your baby and performs various tests to determine why your child is a crybaby. For each cause specific treatment plans exist, which can then be further elaborated. The number of treatments to your crybaby again to make a baby laugh "varies from an average of 4 to 10 treatments. At a greater complexity more treatments may be needed.



Fatigued?

Fatigue and burnout are tedious and often a misunderstood disease. Chronic fatigue makes you so sharp at any time if you would like to be. In addition, it prevents you to do things like meeting friends, but also doing errands can sometimes be too much.

Where does (chronic) fatigue from?

Fatigue is often accompanied by a feeling lethargic or sluggish, tired eyes, memory problems or complaints in the neck, shoulders or back. Because fatigue is a subjective complaint, it does not measure and the causes of burnout and chronic fatigue can be very different. The most obvious cause of fatigue is lack of sleep. Also stress, excessive caffeine or alcohol consumption and poor diet can cause fatigue. Some people come from a fatigue syndrome, such as Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CSF / ME) or diabetes.

What can you do against (chronic) fatigue?

There are some measures you can take yourself to fatigue. We suggest three steps that can help you.

1. Avoid stress!
Stress causes you to not relax. Over time, a negative spiral appears; you are stressed, making you less relaxed which leads to more stress. Plan to deliberately include quiet, stress-free moments in your daily agenda!

2. Move!
It is also important to move. Research shows that people who exercise every day for at least half an hour (cycling, running, walking) are less fatigued than those who do not exercise .

3. Breathe!
Finally, breathing is extremely important in relieving fatigue. People who are tired often breathe high in the chest. Poor breathing upsets the oxygen balance in your body, giving you a feeling of exhaustion at the end of the day. So sit quietly and focus on a quiet, deep abdominal breathing.

How can we help you?

Result Care looks for the real causes of your (chronic) fatigue and performs various tests to determine the cause of your fatigue. For every cause there are specific treatment plans, which are then further developed for you. The number of treatments to get rid of your fatigue ranges from an average of 4 to 10 treatments. At a greater complexity more treatments may be needed. We look beyond just treating the (chronic) fatigue and consider the guidance of a physiotherapist to your diet.



Sports Injury?

Is sport your entertainment, outlet or passion? Then nothing more annoying than a sports injury. And if an injury has an impact on, for example your work or daily functioning, it is time for a serious approach.

What are the different types of sports injuries?

Sports injuries can be acute or chronic and occur in different parts of the body. The most common sports injuries are injuries around the knee, shoulder and ankle. But injuries to the groin or hip are also common sports injuries.

Acute sports injuries can be caused by a wrong movement, a collision or a fall. Chronic sports injuries are often caused by incorrect movement patterns over time. While all sports injuries come about in different ways, the cause of the problem is not always the same place where the injury occurs. Many injuries occur from an imbalance in the feet, ankles or knees, or a compensatory posture.

What can you do to heal a sports injury?

Sports injuries have very different causes and therefore very different solutions. A good indication of your complaint is the first step. You can best obtain a diagnostic impression at a practitioner and see what you can do yourself to heal your sports injury. Within our practice, often a lot of the complaints are resolved by a small number of treatments.

How can we help you?

Result Care looks for the real causes of sports injuries and performs various tests to determine the cause of your sports injury. For each injury are specific treatment plans, which can then be further worked out for you. The number of treatments varies from an average of 4 to 10 treatments to get rid of your sports injury. At a greater complexity more treatments may be needed.



Shoulder pain:

The shoulder is a complex joint which permits a rotation of 360 degree movement. In addition, there are many muscles in the shoulder associated with the corresponding tendons. Coupled with the fact that the shoulder joint is heavily used, this means that many people suffer from shoulder pain. Overload, inflammation or bursitis, are just some examples of causes.

Where does shoulder pain come from?

The most common causes of shoulder pain are inflamed tendons, calcification in the tendon, and bursitis in the shoulder. But other causes may also underlie shoulder problems such as overloading or dislocating the shoulder.

What can you do to heal your shoulder pain?

With shoulder pain, it is important to keep moving, so that it is not stiff. This applies only if not moving hurts too much. Also make sure that you do not overload the shoulder. Shoulder pain has many causes, and when you suspect that it is not muscle pain (eg after strenuous exercise), it is wise to see a therapist to your shoulder.


Other symptoms that Result Care can help you with:

The symptoms above are not the only complaints we can help you. Here is a list of other complaints that we deal with:

  • Acute symptoms
  • Allergies
  • Arm pain / feel pain
  • Pelvic Instability
  • Pelvic Problems
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Burnout
  • Bursitis
  • Chronic complaints
  • Condition Problems
  • Dizziness
  • Elbow Complaints
  • Emotional problems
  • Just Complaints
  • Balance disorder
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Loss of function in joints and muscles
  • Impact of Osteoarthritis
  • Golfarm
  • Cardiac arrhythmias
  • Hernia
  • Hip Complaints
  • Headaches
  • Football Knee
  • Sinusitis
  • Whiplash
  • Posture Deviations
  • I have to live syndrome /
    external control orientation
  • Incontinence
  • Sciatica
  • Temporomandibular (joint) symptoms
  • Children with learning and behavioral problems
    (ADHD)
  • Complaints after surgery due to scarring /
    adhesions
  • Knee Pain
  • Weakness
  • Lower back pain
  • Last between shoulder blades
  • Groin pain
  • Lumbago - lower back pain
  • Gastrointestinal disturbances
  • Upset stomach
  • ME / chronic fatigue
  • Menstruation problems
  • Migraine
  • Neck pain
  • Edema complaints / problems (fluid retention)
  • Unexplained physical symptoms
  • Unexplained physical symptoms
  • Ear problems
  • Otitis
  • Overweight
  • Chestpain
  • Foot pain
  • Pain in a bone
  • Pain along the ribs
  • Wrist Complaints
  • Posttraumatic symptoms
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • RSI
  • Backaches
  • Squint
  • Shoulder problems
  • Tension Headaches
  • Muscle complaints / -pijnen
  • Spit
  • Sports injuries / sprains
  • Stiffness
  • Stiffness in back, shoulder, neck, hip
  • Stool Issues
  • Tendinitis Complaints / tendonitis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Fatigue complaints - chronic


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