ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL VALUESTo accompany my patients in self-managing their health and to eliminate their pain or provide them with skills to control it, in a society where pain is a chronic symptom.
PROFESSIONALISM: Therapeutic pact between patient and therapist Commitment to self-training and therapeutic innovation.
EMPATHY: An attitude of listening and understanding patients who are dealing with pain. Therapeutic accompaniment of patients so they are able to self-manage their health.
HONESTY: Humility to recognize and transmit the limitations of therapy. Non-painful techniques although they require more time and effort.
FAIR FEES: Social focus of my profession. Not a single patient will go untreated for lack of means.
CODE OF GOOD ETHICAL PRACTICES
An absolute principle of prevention, promotion and recovery of health through an accompanying process.
The acknowledgement of patients’ dignity to decide about their own bodies, and to provide them with the best conditions and with true, comprehensible information about their condition.
A commitment to constant, ongoing professional training and learning.
The excellence of sorority and collaboration with other therapists.
The acknowledgement of professional secret to guarantee confidentiality and to gain patients’ trust.
A commitment to honesty in relationships with patients, regarding their treatment, its objectives and professional cost.
Guaranteed universality: no person shall go untreated for want of economic means.
A guarantee of independence and integrity in the exercise of physical therapy with the sole objective to procure optimum treatment
More than 10 years of experience and 14 of ongoing professional training have led me to become a specialized physical therapist in various fields.
Health should be understood as something beyond the absence of illness;
it is physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social well-being.
A commitment to innovation
and ongoing training.
Different specializations to give each patient the treatment he/she needs.