Querine EBP studio

Querine Slooter

Area of expertise

Querine graduated early 2019 as a physiotherapist. She already gained a fair amount of know-how in sports and rehabilitation during her studies.
Playing field hockey on a national level from a young age on, this sparked her interest in Physiotherapy.

After having gained two years of experience at two different practices in Amsterdam, she now is part of team EBP Studio. 

Querine is a highly motivated therapist and eager to learn. She became certified as a Mulligan therapist after participating in multiple courses. Moreover, in September 2021 she enrolled in a Masters to become a pelvic floor specialist. Her drive and helpfulness make her the therapist to go to helping you to achieve your personal goals.

Lenno EBP studio

Lenno Witteveen

As a professional basketball player, Lenno has been pushing boundaries all his life. He is used to continuously challenge himself and to always work for progression.

He enjoys conveying this to others all the more, getting to know them better and helping them to achieve their goal(s) together. During your sessions with Lenno, it is important to him that your training is fun, but also that it is tough and demanding.

EBP Team Tarkan Sen

Tarkan Sen

Area of expertise

Tarkan graduated his physiotherapy studies with a minor in sports physiotherapy.

With this accomplishment he broadened his knowledge in the fields of training, sports rehabilitation, orthopaedic diagnostics, nutrition and sports psychology. 

For two seasons he supported premier league futsal club ASV Leba as performance trainer and physiotherapist. Due to previous working experience, internships and education, he gained a great deal of experience with guiding (pro) athletes.


However, being a (pro) athlete is not a requirement for Tarkan to help you. 

Taking your needs into account he will set treatment goals together with you and help you in a professional and caring way.

Julian EBP studio

Julian Jaring

Area of expertise

Julian’s goal is to improve the quality of life of his clients. He does this through a combination of training and coaching in the area of movement and, where necessary, a hands-on treatment to improve movement.

Because he is both a physiotherapist and a personal trainer, he can train with anyone; even if someone is injured or recovering from an injury. His main affinity lies with lower back and shoulder complaints, but he is also perfectly capable of training you without having any complaints at all!

He trains and plays 3×3 basketball, which is a newer form of basketball where you only play on one basket. With the Dutch national team they participated in the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2021. Besides the Olympic Games, the team participates in a worldwide competition called the “FIBA 3×3 World Tour”. This means that they play many tournaments all over the world.

Thomas EBP studio

Thomas Mulder

Area of expertise

Thomas initially started studying Health Sciences. It soon became clear that he felt more attracted to a study focused on the human being as an individual. He switched to the University of Antwerp in 2010. There, in 2013, he completed his BSC With Honours and his Master of Science in 2015, after which he obtained his MSc degree in Manual Therapy at the Free University of Brussels.

After working as a physiotherapist and manual therapist in various practices for several years, Thomas and Julian were introduced to each other on a birthday party. Both were physiotherapists, so there was plenty to talk about. Their ideas about training and therapy were so similar that slowly the idea grew to work together. This resulted in the opening of the first physical location of EBP Studio at Churchill-laan 87a in Amsterdam.The basic idea behind EBP Studio is a less conventional and more scientific approach to therapy and training based on the EBP principle (Evidence Based Practice)

In the past five years, Thomas has been working with, among others:

  • Dutch basketball team
  • European & World championships 3×3 basketball
  • Racing Team Nederland
  • Talpa productions
  • Penitentiary Institution Antwerp
  • Belgian National Student Council for Rehabilitation Sciences & Kinesitherapy


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