What do I treat / How can I help


– problematic and traumatic labour (long labour, low presentation, preterm labour, wrapped umbilical cord, cephalohaematoma, forceps or vacuum, Caesarean section)
– problems with eating and suction
– reflux
– colic
– constipation
– plagiocephaly(head asymmetry)
– torticollis
– brain injury
– twin pregnancy
– hip joint dysplasia
– increased tension
– sprained legs and their tension


– conditions after falls, head injuries,
– Backaches, pain in the neck or limbs,
– Conditions after traffic accidents,
– Recurring middle ear infection
– Sinusitis
– Headaches
– Abdominal pains, reflux, constipation
– Retarded development
– Integration disorders
– Speech impediment
– Scoliosis
– Disorders within the autism/Asperger spectrum (as a supporting therapy)
– Down syndrome
– Pneumonia
– Asthma
– Genu valgum/genu varum
– Foot defects (flat feet, rearfoot varus)

Pregnant women

Aim of my therapy:
– To remove any dysfunctions that hinder the proper functioning of the body
– Preparation for childbirth (flexibility of the pelvis and pelvic floor muscles, normal mobility of the sacrum, coccyx and diaphragm) which reduces pain during delivery, increases the chances of reducing delivery time
– To help the child to reach the correct position in the birth canal, so that the chances of the delivery to take place at the right time are increased, which, in consequence, is the best for the child;
– Reduction of pain and discomfort : Back pain; Dysfunction of the sacroiliac joints and the pubic symphysis, Piriformis muscle syndrome – Irritation of the sciatic nerve, Carpal tunnel and thoracic outlet syndrome; Indigestion, reflux, nausea and vomiting.
– Reduction of anxiety and emotional tensions
– Improvement quality of sleep and respiration.
– After the labour- protection the mother from postpartum depression, improve regaining full fitness and help with lactation problems.


– headaches: tension-type headaches, migraines, chronic headaches, occipital neuralgias, vertigo
– head injuries: concussions, trauma-related brain damage
– neck pains, radiating pain (pain from the neck radiating to the shoulder), torticollis
– spinal pain in the pectoral section, rib pain, chest pain
– spinal pain at the lumbar section, sacrum pain, coccyx pain, pain within the buttock area
– pain in the pelvic area, knee pain, ankle pain, foot pain
– ankle sprain
– shoulder pain, tennis elbow, golfer elbow, wrist pain, hand pain
– carpal tunnel syndrome
– injuries connected with traffic accidents (e.g. whiplash)
– sports injuries: tendon injury (e.g. Achilles tendon); torn and strains (e.g.: knee ligaments ACL, PCL, medial and lateral collateral ligaments etc.); joint sprains; tennis elbow; injury of the menisci.
– problems with temporomandibular joints, conditions after jaw surgeries, bite defects
– infertility
– fibromyalgia
– pneumonia
– chronic or recurrent sinusitis
– postoperative pain, adhesions, non-healing wounds
– irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and persistent dysfunction of the digestive system
– problems with sleeping, concentrating, chronic fatigue
– trauma – liquidation of consequences