Qualified from:

Medical University of Warsaw

Also fluent in:


Past employment:

BMI London Independent Hospital Women’s Health Physiotherapist
The London Clinic Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapist

Working background:

I completed my MSc in physiotherapy in Poland in 2007 and I worked as an MSK Physiotherapist at the beginning of my professional career. During that period I did extensive courses in Women’s Health physiotherapy helping me with the transition for a new area. I then moved to the UK to pursuit my professional development. I have since became member of the POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy) and I have carried on my education participating in courses in Women’s and Men’s Health physiotherapy.

I believe that an effective treatment should take in consideration the wider biological, psychological and social contributions from patient’s experience. I love to form strong therapeutic relationship, understand the patient´s narrative and create an individualized rehabilitation plan with the goal to improve their quality of life.

I am specialized in the treatment of patient’s suffering from urologically-based pelvic pain (Bladder Pain Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis and Non-bacterial Chronic Prostatitis), Gynecologically-based pelvic pain (Endometriosis, Dysmenorrhea), Perineal pain (Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia, Vaginismus) as well as lower bowel dysfunction and urinary incontinence. I am also experienced to treat women with prolapse and pregnancy related conditions.

Your almost most-outstanding achievement:

Coming to UK alone

What would you cook if I came round for dinner?

Bacalhao a Braga (Portuguese Codfish)

Where should we go on holiday?

Tuscany - Italy

If you could take one thing into space, what would it be:

My pillow

What’s the one thing you haven’t confessed to your parents?

I prefer to live in London than in Warsaw

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