I gained Master’s in Poland in the year 2000. I came to the UK in 2004 and started my journey as a physiotherapist at Southampton University Hospital. I have specialised in pelvic floor disorders for more than 10 years now.
I treat patients with bowel and bladder incontinence, urgency, prolapse symptoms, pelvic floor dyssynergia, chronic pelvic pain (including levator ani syndrome) and post-natal diastasis recti. I understand the implications of surgical scars on the body and use ScarWork techniques developed by Sharon Wheeler to improve tightness, restrictions, sensitivity and pain, and to stimulate healing.
I strongly believe in a holistic approach to treating pelvic floor dysfunction, therefore I use a variety of techniques including visceral manipulation (I completed my training in this through the Barral Institute).
Pelvic floor dysfunction is not widely discussed between friends and family, which is why most of my patients come to see me after years of suffering in silence. I feel privileged to be able to help those who are brave enough to share with me their most intimate conditions.