Recovery & rehabilitation

A team of professional carers and nurses ensure that our guests receive suitable care support

Professional care provision

3 therapists with 20 years' experience in motor, orthopaedic, neurological and older people's (geriatric) rehabilitation ensure high-quality care in each specific specialism for both patients in the residential rehabilitation centre and patients living locally, who are also welcome.

In multi-disciplinary teams (doctors, nurses, occupational therapists and physiotherapists), and in consultation with patients, we set goals to continually strive for maximum functionality.

Tailored rehabilitation

As is good practice, a complete rehabilitation programme is drawn up, with manual treatments, exercise therapy and physiotherapy, including new techniques such as Shockwave and Tecar. Furthermore, we are specialised in specific balance tests.

Whether you need treatment for acute injuries, following an operation or for chronic diseases, or require a short intensive rehabilitation period for treatment of a serious pathology, we always try to reach a maximum functional level that can subsequently be maintained at home.

After discharge, the rehabilitation can be continued as an outpatient in Moutershof, or a referral letter containing all the required information is passed on to a physiotherapist, who can continue the treatment at a patient's home.


Peter Mertens

  • General Physiotherapy
  • Manual Therapy
  • Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Older People's Rehabilitation
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Craniocervical fascia
  • Taping

Jan De Wachter

  • General Physiotherapy
  • Respiratory Physiotherapy (Chevalier)
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • GDS Muscular Chains
  • Balance Coach

Nele De Clercq

  • General Physiotherapy
  • Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
  • Older People's Rehabilitation
  • Scar Tissue Treatment

Do you have questions about availability or would you like to visit our long-term residential care centre?

Tel.: 02 899 64 00


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