WELCOME TO PHYSIOTEKA
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Hi! My name is Lukasz Faltynowicz, I am a physiotherapist and a graduate of the Gdansk School of Health. My passion for physiotherapy began with martial arts. At the age of 7, my dad took me to my first Judo training, and I trained continuously for 13 years, achieving a black belt. I was impressed with what the human body is capable of and how it responds to various stimuli. I regularly attend courses that widen my knowledge and skills. Physiotherapy has become my life and I can't imagine doing anything else. I feel like developing all the time. I always act at 100% and I hope this will be a new and fruitful journey in which you will participate with me. In the office, I work with FDM and PDT-R methods, techniques focused on working with fascia, neuromuscular techniques, deep tissue massage and pinotherapy. I deal with patients with acute and chronic pain, injuries of the musculoskeletal system, edema and inflammation, stress-related problems, scar therapy and work with people doing sports - professionally and recreationally.
I take the time to understand the root of your problem in order to provide the best and most effective treatment. The appointment last around 60 minutes and is combined with physical assessment.
Sports massage allows you to effectively maintain a good form in the case of people actively practicing sports. It removes fatigue and prepares the player for the next training and competition
A relaxing massage for which I invite you to Physioteka is an ideal form of relaxation from the constant rush, crowds of thoughts, errands, tensions, and stress. It is a type of therapy in which we avoid pain or try to minimize its intensity. Using appropriate massage techniques, we refer to physiological mechanisms related to the healing and soothing effect of touch. In this version of the therapy, both the body and mind relax
HOT STONE MASSAGE
Hot stone massage is a combination of the action of warm stones and various massage techniques is beneficial for a tired body and a stressed mind. Stone massage is the use of traditional classical massage techniques with the use of hot basalt stones, which are formed from volcanic lava, extracted from the bottom of the ocean.
Kinesiotaping is a therapeutic method consisting in applying patches with a special structure to the body in a specific way, supporting the patient's natural self-healing processes