Our priority is always your goals, that's why the first meeting starts with an initial consultation, during which you tell us the reason why you decided to visit us and your expectations.
We will propose a way to achieve your goals together, while always taking into account your situation (health, working and social conditions, your health, relationship to movement or sports history, stress level or general lifestyle and many other factors). At the first meeting, we always appreciate it if you bring your medical documentation, or if you provide us with other information that could help improve the quality of our diagnostic process.
A thorough interview is followed by a diagnosis of the musculoskeletal system, so it would be advisable for you to bring sports clothes. During this process, we monitor your breathing, posture, movement habits, pain during movement, and joint mobility (we actually monitor much more, but you will learn all that at our meeting).
Once we have enough information, we will choose an appropriate solution to the problem. If you visited us because of pain, the diagnosis is followed by therapy - either manual or corrective exercises (or other forms). If the reason for your visit is to start exercising, we start with training.
At the end of the initial meeting, we will agree on what to do next. It is important to realize that the physiotherapist/trainer will show you the way, but you have to walk yourself. Therefore, it is in our common interest to set up our cooperation so that you can do the exercises at home as well, so that our plan is effective. With your consent, we will film a selection of practiced exercises and send them via message (FB, IG, WA...) so that you can be sure that you will perform the exercises correctly.
At the end, we will suggest how often you should continue exercising in order to improve your health, increase the flexibility of the musculoskeletal system or fitness skills and muscle strength.
Why to choose us?
High quality of offered services
In the same way as the obligation to work, we also perceive the obligation of continuous lifelong education. Therefore, we improve our therapeutic and training procedures based on practical experience and current evidence-based knowledge. Our active education and training make mutual cooperation dynamic and "up-to-date".