Zane Rozkalne

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Zane Rozkalne

Physiotherapist

Every person's life and its complications are absolutely unique. Just as no two days are the same in a year, no two people are the same. I see physiotherapy as a stage in a person's life in which he can receive the necessary professional help to improve physical condition (often also mental or mental) and reduce daily functioning disorders. On the other hand, this stage is shorter - only a consultation and possibly a couple of lessons, on the other hand - the stage and cooperation can last for several months and even years. The ability to listen to the patient, to understand the most important things at the moment, to set short-term and long-term goals together, as well as to promote the patient's equality and self-efficacy are the most important components of successful therapy. Gradually, consciously and meaningfully move towards improving a person's well-being and quality of life!


Education

Physiotherapist qualification, Riga Stradins university (RSU), 2012

Master of Health Sciences in Health Care (RSU), 2015

Doctoral studies in Medicine (RSU), 2016 - present

Regular training in raising the quality of physiotherapy, active participation in Latvian and foreign rehabilitation conferences, conducting training for health care specialists and working with students at both Riga Stradins University and Daugavpils University.


Professional experience

During bachelor studies - practice in Latvian and German clinics and private rehabilitation institutions;

Work in the Rehabilitation Clinic of the Children's Clinical University Hospital, from 2012 to 2019

Private practice - work with both adults and teenagers, from 2013

I work with both children, including babies, and adults. Experience in patients with postural disorders, scoliosis, back and joint pain, neuromuscular disorders (including Duchenne muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular atrophy), bronchial asthma, cerebral palsy, various genetic disorders, age-related disorders, orthopedic or neurological problems, mental disorders, etc.


Language skills

 

Latvian, Russian and English, as well as German at the conversational level.

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