Michal is a fully qualified Physiotherapist, originally from Poland. He completed his Masters degree at his home town University, graduating in 2012. He is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).
Michal started his career as a Physiotherapist in 2008 volunteering at a local Football Club. Michal also completed an internship at Poland’s major Orthopaedic and Sport Medicine Surgery Clinic “Carolina Medical Centre” in Warsaw.
Upon arriving in England in 2013 he began to work in private physiotherapy clinics specialising in musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation.
Before Michal became a physiotherapist he struggled with a number of injuries. He draws upon his previous experiences by always advising his patients that injury prevention and maintaining good movement health is a much better alternative than experiencing an injury with a long-term recovery process or repetitive injuries over the years. He enjoys educating patients about the human anatomy and biomechanical importance of the human body. This helps his patients understand their pain/injry and why it has occurred.
Michal keeps up to date with the latest research and attends courses regularly. He has attended a number of courses previously including, Kinetic Control and Performance Stability training. He specialises in a wide range of hands on therapy concepts including Mulligans Concept, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Fascial Manipulation and Cranial Sacral Therapy.
Michal joined Summit Physiotherapy in 2015 and works with the team at the Bolton Arena clinic. Outside work Michal likes to spend his free time furthering his knowledge, along with cycling and running to keep active. He also enjoys watching football, and is a passionate football fan.