Marianne Ruud is the Operations Manager of Redcord Clinic. She has 20 years’ experience as Physiotherapist, and was one of the founders of Redcord Clinic in 2005. She is Certified Neurac Practitioner (CNP) and senior instructor in the Neurac method.
Marianne has a holistic view on how the body is connected and has long experience with different musculoskeletal disorders. Her specialities is related to neck-, back-and pelvic girdle, with extra competence on pregnancy and post partum pelvic pain. Marianne has developed an international Workshop on treatment of Pelvic girdle pain, which is included in the international Neurac Education program.
Marianne also works with sport athletes. From earlier active footballplayer and now football trainer at Røa Sports Club, she is connected to different sports and clubs to help with injury prevention and performance training. She has also competence in footrelated issues, and produces insoles at the clinic.
Henrik Pay work as the Health and Wellness Manager and as physiotherapist in Redcord Clinic. He has more than 20 years’ experience as Physiotherapist, and was one of the founders of Redcord Clinic in 2005. He is Certified Neurac Practitioner (CNP) and senior instructor in the Neurac method.
Henrik is responsible for the Physiotherapist team that develops content to the Neurac Method, together with other experienced senior Neurac instructors in Redcord AS.
Henrik Pay’s focus is treatment of patients suffering from musculoskeletal disorders, but he has developed specialty in pain and disorders among runner athletes, foot/insoles and alignments/load to the running technique. Henrik see daily running athletes with overuse injuries and has respectable experience and competence in this field.
Henrik has developed Workshop for Running injuries and Performance which is included in the international Neurac Education program.
Vegard has been working as a Physiotherapist since 2007 and he also has education in Sports psychology and Coaching and communication.
He is particularly interested in sports-related disorders, where he has experience from sports such as football, judo, handball and running. Vegard works in general with most musculoskeletal disorders, but have his speciality in injuries related to football and running. He has good experience in treating patients with pain in back, hip, groin, knee and foot. As a part of this he is also making insoles where that is needed.
Vegard works out of the clinic a couple of days a week, as a physio for different companies. From this work he has gained a lot of experience with neck and shoulder problems and how to improve ergonomics throughout the working day.
He is enthusiastic in treatment for children and young people, and is happy to follow up both the children with injuries and the involved parents. Injury prevention and improving of performance are training that goes hand in hand and are important factors for development.
Vegard is a course instructor in our Neurac courses, and is responsible for a football workshop for coaches and for players.
Even Olsen has worked as a Physiotherapist since 2003 and has further education in manual therapy. He is a Certified Neurac Practitioner (CNP) and senior instructor in the Neurac method.
Through practice in both Germany and Norway, he has gained extensive experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and diseases, as well as postoperative treatment of, among other things. neck, back, shoulder, hip and knee. His specialty is in the treatment of neck, shoulder and elbow. Even works with the prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries in skating and martial arts.
At Neurac Research Clinic, Even has a role as a Neurac course instructor and training of new Neurac course instructors from all over the world. In addition, he works with procedures and the collection of mapping data to document treatment effect on the Neurac Research Clinic. This is important for content to our treatment method Neurac.
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