I have a master’s degree in physiotherapy, I graduated from AWF Kraków [University of Physical Education]. It was then that the biggest adventure in my life began – “physiotherapy”. I quickly realized that our profession is not an ordinary one. Every day is a new challenge and every patient is a mystery to solve. My inborn empathy and willingness to help allow me to work with commitment without routine and schemes. The individualized approach to the patient is the key to therapeutic success. I approach my work with passion and a desire for continuous education for the best results. Privately, I am a car lover and I am passionate about exploring the secrets of healthy life.
I graduated from the PPWSZ College in Nowy Targ. Physiotherapy is not only my profession, but above all, it is my passion, which I develop through participation in various courses, trainings or conferences. The aim of my work is to help patients quickly and effectively. In my free time, I fulfil myself by practising sports climbing in various regions of Poland and Europe.
My adventure with physiotherapy began at the Medical University of Silesia. It immediately occupied the central place in my life. The profession or rather the passion for an unconventional and individual approach to each patient is terribly complicated but the possibility of solving a mystery hidden in the human body in the form of pain or dysfunction gives satisfaction that cannot be compared with anything else. In my free time I spend time with my family, travel and perform activities associated with physiotherapy.
I graduated from AWF Kraków. Like most of my Friends I am a Physiotherapist. I love what I do and I give 100% at work. I believe that in Life both success and failure shape the character and develop the Consciousness. I thank every person I met on my way for a wonderful experience.
When I am not at work, I spend time with my family, I run and ride a motorcycle.
I gained my physiotherapist’s education at the Academy of Physical Education in Kraków. Physiotherapy turned out to be not only a learned profession, but most of all a passion due to which gaining new skills on manual therapy courses is an extraordinary pleasure. I am particularly interested in trainings in the anatomy and physiology of human fascia, thanks to which solving the mysteries of human body becomes even more fascinating.
During many years of work I met people I could learn a lot from. I am glad that I chose a path in life that gives me a lot of satisfaction from helping another person.
I am a physiotherapist, and therefore an enthusiast of the human body. As far back as I can remember, the issue of health determined my daily and life choices. I preferred kicking a ball than watching TV, drinking water than coke and I preferred to reach the summit of Kasprowy Wierch on foot than with gondola lift. Most probably this is why I decided to study at the University of Physical Education and chose climbing as my life passion. Professionally, I tried to find ways to get rid of my ailments for 10 years and not for 10 days. I have been constantly studying various forms of therapy, self-therapy and body training. I do all of this to effectively pursue my profession. All this time, I am also convinced that our current state of health is largely dependent on us.
I have been working as physiotherapist since 2001. During almost twenty years of working with patients I have learned that reducing pain or improving the range of movement should not be the only goal of my work. I understand physiotherapy as helping another person, it is something like a guide to health. Every patient is always a new challenge for me and his problem forms a mystery to solve. This is why I know that I perform the best profession in the world. I regularly run and practice yoga. Caring for health is my hobby.
I graduated from the University of Physical Education in Kraków at the major of physiotherapy. My passion is movement, anatomy and functioning of human body. Since childhood I have been associated with football, which gives me great joy. It has helped me to understand more precisely how trauma, injury and pain can interfere with everyday life. Bringing help to people, the lack of schemes and an individual approach has always given me great satisfaction.
I have been working as physiotherapist since 2008. From an early age I was interested in human anatomy and its dependencies. Every day, I am improving my abilities of moving around a map which is human body. In my free time I like running and travelling.