A physiotherapist in Spain

Soldedad, Spain - solevbr@gmail.com

Posted 2017-10-07

I visited last Tuesday to a physiotherapist listed on www.coccyx.org, Fernando Ruiz Lotero (see Doctors and specialists in Spain).

I spent 8 months visiting some of them around of Spain and undoubtedly, he is the best.

Physical therapy like any profession can be carried out by cheating people. Fernando does not do it.

A physical therapist must work having human contact and offering his services to a client or patient, not his ambition. Fernando does it.

A physical therapist (it stems from the previous condition) must be empathic, that is to say, being capable of treating the person, since to him they would like that they were treating them, bearing the respect in mind to the dignity and to the condition to be a human being. Fernando has this indispensable requirement.

A professional of the physical therapy who boasts must be didactic, to communicate with people who have faces and that what he says is intelligible, clear, flat and simple to understand our "corporal dissonances" that allow us to hear to our body to be able to orientate him. Fernando is didactic.

A physical therapist must resolve, not create problems. He does it.

How you see he aspires, from my point of view that tries to be an aim, the academic and personal conditions he considers him to be a GOOD PROFESSIONAL. I wait to help yourself with my opinion. Thank you.

I think it is important to talk about the time and the money: 3 hours he was checking my problem and the cost was 75 euros. The transparency is important too and even he has the prices in his website: first check 75 euros, the rest, 50 euros.

Fernando we put you in the list.

Note from Jon Miles:

I emailed more than a year after this story was posted, to ask for an update, as the long-term outcome of treatment is of great interest. In this case I did not get a reply.

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