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Klaus Isele (Born 06.12.1980 in Bregenz) living in Dornbirn, is an Austrian Osteopath (MSc D.O.), CEO of Therapierbar, physiotherapist and certified sport climbing trainer.

Klaus Isele
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Born (1980-12-06) December 6, 1980 (age 40)
Bregenz, Austria
NationalityAustrian
CitizenshipAustria
EducationMsc
Alma materVienna School for Osteopathy
Occupation
  • Osteopath
  • Physiotherapist
  • Sport climbing trainer
OrganizationTherapierbar
Known forFounder, owner and CEO of the Therapierbar.

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Career

Klaus Isele is founder (2011), owner and CEO of the Therapierbar – a practice for osteopathy, physiotherapy and pain therapy with various locations in Schwarzach, Hohenems, Lingenau and Bregenz. From 2009 - 2019 he supported the Austrian Climbing Team and accompanied the climbers during international competitions. From 2017 - 2019 he supported the professional climber Adam Ondra, with whom he worked together on Adams project „Silence“, which he could send in September 2017. By sending this route, Adam Ondra set a new milestone in climbing history by opening the grade 9c with Silence, (Flatanger, Norway)[1][2][3][4]

Klaus Isele is a member of the following associations/groups:

•International Rock Climbing Research Association (IRCRA)[5]

•Olympic Medical Pool[6] (Leistungssport Austria)

•Climbing Physios[7]

•Partner of the Olympic Centre in Vorarlberg[8]

•GOTS[9] Member (Society for Orthopaedic Traumatologic Sports Medicine)

Isele-Method[10]

Working as physiotherapist and osteopath with professional athletes for many years and investigating the possibilities of new treatment methods as part of his Master studies (2016), Klaus developed a new local osteopathic, conservative treatment method for climbing induced finger pain – the Isele-method. This method was proved to reduce finger pain in a randomized, controlled pilot study trial. It was shown that the intensity of finger pain was reduced significantly after one treatment (54 out of 60 participants), for chronic as well as for acute complaints. The method allows a fast return to the daily training routine, most of the time already 48 hours after the treatment. The treatment with the Isele-method made it possible for the participants to increase the training intensity immediately. Moreover the goal of this treatment is to increase life quality of the patients by enabling them to come back to training and routines quickly.[11]

Climbing Physios[12]

The platform Climbing Physios was founded by Klaus Isele in 2018. It is a constantly growing, worldwide network of climbing physiotherapists who support professional athletes. The aim of this network is the fast exchange of knowledge. It is created to be able to share information about injuries and treatments. Moreover the network is used for sharing experience based information about trends and innovations. Current board members are: Paul Houghoughi (UK), Zack DiChristino (US) and Ryuichiro Tomizawa (JPN).[13]

Supported Athletes

For more than 10 years Klaus Isele has supported professional athletes from various disciplines. Some of them, who are/were supported, are named here:

Fabian Buhl

Shauna Coxsey

Kilian Fischhuber

Jain Kim (Kim-ja-in)

Jacopo Larcher

Sean McColl

Akiyo Noguchi

Adam Ondra

Tamira Paszek

Alex Puccio

Gigi Rüf

Katharina Saurwein

Jakob Schubert

Dmitrii Sharafutdinov

Anna Stöhr

Jorg Verhoeven

Nadine Wallner

Michael Wohlleben

Daniel Woods

Lecturing Activities

• August 2019: Japan, Tokyo: Climbing Physios Meeting

ICCTA Vol. 3 - International Conservative Climbing Treatment Assembly

• June 2019: Austria, Salzburg: Congress of GOTS (Society for Orthopaedic Traumatologic Sports Medicine)

Lecture: Support of athletes in competitive sports

• March 2019: Peru: Lima, Climbers Congress: Escalada y más

Workshop & Lecture: Competitive sports, injury prevention in climbing, Isele-Method

• July 2018: Switzerland, Chamonix: IRCRA (International Rock Climbing Research Association)

Presenting the Isele-Method

• November 2017: Austria, Vienna: DOSB Congress:

Lecture: Support of professional climbing athletes in competitive sports

• 2013: Great Britain, Sheffield: Climbing Injury Symposium of the British Mountaineering Council

Lecture: Effective stretching and thoracic spine treatment approach

Education & Qualifications

2019/20 Training course Sport osteopathy DOSB (German Olympic Sports Confederation), Hamburg

2016 Master of Science, WSO (Vienna School for Osteopathy), Vienna

2008-2015 Studies of Osteopathy, (Vienna School for Osteopathy), Vienna

2013 Certified Sportclimbing trainer

2012 Pain therapy (Liebscher & Bracht)

2010- 2011 Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) educational course in sports traumatology

2009 Instructor Sportclimbing, competitive sports

2004-2007 Eductaion as physiotherapist at the Bernd Blindow School, Friedrichshafen

2003-2004 General eductaion for sports trainers at the Bundessportakademie (National Academy for Sports), Vienna

References

  1. "Kletter.de: Adam Ondra klettert erste 9c".
  2. "Allmountain: Mission erfüllt" (PDF).
  3. "Climbing.com: Interview: How Adam Ondra Used Next-Gen Visualization to Send Silence (5.15d)".
  4. "Alpin.de: Adam Ondra im Gespräch".
  5. https://www.ircra.rocks/
  6. "Therapeutenliste (A-Z) zum Medical Pool » Leistungssport Austria". Leistungssport Austria (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2020-04-26.
  7. https://climbingphysios.com/
  8. https://olympiazentrum-vorarlberg.at/
  9. https://www.gots.org/en/
  10. "Poster Isele Method" (PDF).
  11. "ISELE-METHOD".
  12. "climbingphysios | We share, inform, prevent and educate". Retrieved 2020-04-26.
  13. "Climbing Physios".

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