Make your health a priority!
Hi! My name is Lukasz Faltynowicz, I am a physiotherapist and a graduate MSc in the Gdansk University of Physical Education and Sport. 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 my practice, I work with FDM and FRSc methods, techniques focused on working with fascia, neuromuscular techniques, deep tissue massage, pinotherapy and dry needling. I deal with patients with acute and chronic pain, injuries of the musculoskeletal system, edema and inflammation, headaches, stress-related problems, scar therapy and work with people doing sports - professionally and recreationally.
Physiotherapy of acute and chronic pain: back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, tennis / golfer elbow, heel spur, sciatica
Physiotherapy for fresh and chronic injuries: ankle sprain, meniscus injuries, jumper's knee, Achilles tendonitis
PRE/ POSTOPERATIVE PHYSIOTHERAPY
Surgical physiotherapy allows you to prepare the body for a surgical procedure and also speed up recovery after surgery.
Pinotherapy is a method where using tools to induce a large number of nociceptive stimuli. It is perfect for nerve conduction disorders.
Dry needling is used to reduce myofascial tension and trigger point activity.
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
Deep tissue massage is based on layered tissue work, applying slow, firm pressure to release muscle tension.
Kinesiotaping is a method of sticking special tapes to relieve pain and prevent injuries.
what does it look like?
The interview is the first stage of the visit, it consists in obtaining as much information as possible about current ailments, past injuries, concomitant diseases, contraindications and the analysis of medical documentation (X-ray, ultrasound, MRI).
The next stage is the functional analysis: assessment of body posture, joint mobility, assessment of myofascial tension and a series of functional tests on the basis of which the diagnosis is made.
After a thorough interview and functional examination, therapy takes place, using techniques and methods individually matched to the patient's problem.
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