The Willie Fourie Fascia Technique is a treatment method that connects the connective tissue of the entire body and ensures smooth movements. Due to an accident, surgery or radiotherapy, adhesions can develop in the fascia layers. This can cause pain, tightness in the tissue and movement limitations.
Intensive massage strokes loosen the adhesions, thus reducing the complaints. By reducing adhesions and improving circulation, this therapy has a very positive effect on lymphoedema, scars and radiofibrosis.
The therapist determines the area where the adhesions are located
The Willie Fourie Fascia Techniques are applied, this can be in combination with additional treatment methods such as: oedema therapy, endermotherapy and deep osscilation
The treatment progress is evaluated every six treatments
Frequently Asked Questions
Willie Fourie Fascia Techniques
Depending on the treatment indication, this treatment may qualify for a reimbursement from the supplementary health insurance.
This therapy is often used in combination with oedema therapy, in order to increase the effectiveness of the treatment.
The loosening of the adhesions can be unpleasant. The skin therapist will take your pain limit into account at all times and adjust the treatment accordingly.
Various treatment methods are suitable for reducing oedema. The treatment is tailor-made for each person and their condition.
We often use different treatment methods; the simultaneous application of different techniques is called integral oedema therapy.
* A specific arrangement applies for the above treatments. Every health insurer has a fixed rate for these therapies. In the case of a chronic indication, the 1st 20 treatments come from the supplementary package, from treatment 21st the treatments come from the basic insurance. If there is no supplementary insurance, the first 20 treatments are for your own account, after which you can claim the basic insurance.
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