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Senior Physiotherapist Supervisor
Felix Bieker is a physiotherapist from Mainz, Germany. In Canadian Specialist Hospital he is training and leading colleagues as well as managing both the stationary inpatient rehabilitation and the outpatient clinic. He is highly experienced in manual therapy (Maitland) and has his expertise not only in examining and treating orthopaedic patients and sports related injuries but also in neurological cases. Being inquisitive for knowledge, Felix's incentive is to refine his skills by attending trainings continuously.
- Physiotherapy diploma (2010)
- Manual lymphatic drainage certificate (2010)
- Kinesio taping certificate (2010)
- Gait screening certificate (2011)
- Medical training therapy certificate (2012)
- Manual therapy (Maitland concept) certificate (2010 – 2014)
- Sports physiotherapy certificate (2013 – 2015)
- Myofascial manipulation and taping certificate (2015)
- PNF (2016 – 2017)
German, English, Arabic (Job Related)
Felix worked for 5 years in Mainz, Germany, in a private physiotherapy rehabilitation clinic with fifteen physiotherapists. The last two years of his occupation he acted as a supervisor. In addition to that he used to work as a therapist in a gym and monitored sports teams in both handball and field hockey as physiotherapist and fitness coach. Being a former handball player for years and bothered with several injuries, he has the ability to emphasize with the patient and his/her complaint easily.
He also attended two symposiums in Dubai as a speaker where he gave lectures about:
‘The interdisciplinary approach in orthopaedic rehabilitation’ in the Moevenpick Hotel Apartments Al Mamzar on the 25th of August.
‘Shoulder instability in sports’ at the International Congress on Joint Replacement (IJCR) on the 4th of November 2016.
His interest is to reveal the patients cause of symptoms by performing a proper assessment in order to treat and help where the patient’s medical condition once occurred. So it is not unusual to find the solution of problems in adjacent joints or in a whole sequence of movements that needs to be aligned. In therapy he prefers hands-on techniques and privileges the usage of neurodynamic treatment skills plus mobilization and manipulation of the spine if required.