About me

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

I am a physiotherapist registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and I am also a member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy Association (POGP).

I completed my MSc in Physiotherapy at the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland in 2007, after which I started my professional career in an outpatient clinic whilst also working in private practice. In 2015 I moved to London where I continue to work in the private sector.

Over the years I have gained extensive experience in treating various kinds of musculoskeletal conditions, but I have never stopped learning. Currently, as a student of Osteopathic Medicine, I am gaining an in-depth knowledge of, and mastering, my manual therapy skills.

My approach to treatment is not to just treat the symptoms but to find the root cause of a patient’s problem, in order to obtain faster and long-lasting results. My belief is that the human body is one mechanism, so to properly resolve an issue the whole body and its inner connections should be taken into consideration.

I take a holistic and individual approach to each patient. My initial assessment focuses on an accurate diagnosis through analysis of faulty movement or postural patterns to identify the root cause of pain. This is followed by effective treatment and management strategies combining soft tissue therapy, visceral techniques, manual therapy and bespoke exercise programs aimed at restoring strength, control and flexibility. This hands-on approach is an aspect of physiotherapy that I enjoy the most, as it allows me to have a direct impact on the recovery process. I initially wanted to study medicine but instead chose physiotherapy as I realised that this allowed me to have closer interaction with patients.

In my spare time, I enjoy staying active through a balance of strength training, running, and cycling.