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Physiotherapists


tel: 22 643-57-09

email: fizjoterapeuta@fho.org.pl


Team of Physiotherapists:

Martyna Baranowska (MSc)Martyna

 

A graduate of the Józef Piłsudski Academy of Physical Education, majoring in physiotherapy, Martyna holds a Diploma in PNF therapy and has been working at the Hospice since May 2016.

 

Completed courses:

  • Massage course: 1st degree, D. Stefańska (MSc)
  • Basic PNF, Dr. A. Stepień
  • Breathing pattern disorders, L. Chaitow
  • Developing PNF, Dr. A. Stepień
  • Obtained the title “Qualified PNF therapist” in 2017
  • Intensive functional physiotherapy of patients after stroke, Dr. M. Krawczyk
  • Training of medical personnel in the field of psychiatric oncology
  • Modern methods of diagnosis and treatment of soft tissues: Techniques of muscle energization I, J. Ciechomski

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Iwona Maciejewska (MSc)
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A graduate from the University of Medical Sciences in Warsaw, majoring in physiotherapy, Iwona has obtained a graduate certificate in psycho-oncology and is a qualified PNF therapist. Iwona has been working at the Hospice since 2008.

 

Completed courses:

  • The use of biostimulative lasers in rehabilitation
  • Kinesiology basic taping, T. Senderek (MSc)
  • Communication with the patient and their family at the end of causative treatment, B. Winch (MSc)
  • International Academy of Orthopaedic Medicine – 10 module course in manual therapy, Didi van Paridon Edauw
  • Basic and developing PNF, Dr. A. Stepień
  • Clinical PNF in neurology, B.Bomer
  • Comprehensive anti-edema therapy, Dr. J. Doś
  • Spasticity, B.Bomer
  • Functional physiotherapy of patients after stroke, Dr. M. Krawczyk
  • A basic course in the field of palliative care
  • Positional release techniques, L. Chaitow
  • Comprehensive anti-oedematous therapy, Dr. J. Doś
  • Breathing pattern disorders, L. Chaitow
  • Basic pacing, basic level, F. Luckhoff
  • IBITA Bobath for adults, basic level, B.Bomer
  • Fascial system – diagnosis, treatment of pain and dysfunction, L. Chaitow
  • Hooking and tissue techniques, Alessandra Rezende
  • Osteopathic techniques of venous-lymphatic drainage, Dr. P. Godek
  • Modern methods of pulmonary rehabilitation – the number of educational hours, Dr. A. Śliwka
  • Static deformities of the body in children and adolescents
  • Basics of pharmacotherapy for the needs of physiotherapy
  • Basics of manual therapy
  • Functional diagnostics in cardiovascular and respiratory diseases
  • Fundamentals of neurophysiological methods (e.g. PFF, Bobath, neuro mobilizations)

Publications:

  1. Wójcik A., Pyszora A., Drewnik I.: Physiotherapy of patients in palliative care. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 53-67
  2. Pyszora A., Wójcik A., Drewnik I.: Physiotherapy of patients with advanced cancer disease – fatigue. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 93-100
  3. Marciński J., Wójcik A., Drewnik I.: Physiotherapy of patients with advanced stage of neoplastic disease – neurological symptoms. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 143-149
  4. Drewnik I., Sałyga E., Pyszora A: Patient with locomotor damage. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care(ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 151-156
  5. Pyszora A., Drewnik I.: Patient with lymphatic edema of the lower limbs and lympho-box. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 156-158
  6. Wójcik A., Pyszora A., Drewnik I.: Patient with myofascial pain and fatigue. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 159-163
  7. Drewnik I.: Wójcik A.: A patient with neurological symptoms. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 163-167
  8. Wójcik A., Pyszora A., Drewnik I.: Physiotherapeutic education W: Therapeutic education in hospice (M. Fopka-Kowalczyk, T. Łącka)
  9. Wójcik A., Sałyga E., Drewnik I., Węgrzynek M.: Informator for the patient as part of the Healthy People 2013 campaign
  10. Drewnik I., Sałyga E., Węgrzynek M., Wójcik A.: Life in a hospice, Almanach of Medical Services – A guide for a patient. 2015
  11. Wójcik A., Drewnik I., Pyszora A.: Selected elements of physiotherapy in palliative care W: Pain and suffering in clinical practice (edited by K. Włostowska) 2015s 68-83

 

Bogumiła Litwińska (MSc)Bogusia

 

A graduate from the University of Medical Sciences in Warsaw, majoring in physiotherapy, is a qualified PNF therapist and has been working at the Hospice since 2006.

 

Completed courses:

  • Techniques of muscle energization I and II, led by J. Ciechomski
  • Techniques of active loosening, J. Ciechomski
  • Muscle – fascial relaxing the number of educational hours: 20 leading J. Ciechomski
  • Obtained a certificate after completing an NLP course entitled “Communication with the patient”
  • Neuromobilizations in manual therapy
  • International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine – 10 module course in manual therapy, Didi van Paridon Edauw
  • Palpation anatomy, Poznań
  • PNF basic course, A. Stępień
  • PNF development course, A. Lizak
  • In 2010 obtained the title of “Certified PNF therapist”
  • A basic course in the field of palliative care
  • Tools and techniques for tending disabled patients to workshops
  • Kinesio taping fundamentals and advanced KT1&, prof. E. Leaderman
  • Comprehensive Anti-Edema Therapy – Lymphatic Drainage
  • Functional Nervous-Muscular Re-education

 

Publications:

  1. Wójcik A., Kurjanowicz B.: Quality of life in the dimension of functional disability of a patient undergoing the rehabilitation process – XII JASNOGÓRSKA CONFERENCE OF HOSPITAL TEAMS AND PALLIATIVE CARE, “PALLIATIVE MEDICINE AND HEAVY IDEA.
  2. Wójcik A., Kurjanowicz, Bidacha M., Quality of Life Assessment in a Medical Perspective W: Postępy Rehabilitacji, 2007, Vol. 21, [nr] 4, pp. 31-38
  3. Wójcik A., Kurjanowicz, and Bidacha M.: Selected problems in research on the quality of life in cancer in Postępy Rehabilitacji, 2007, Vol. 21, [nr] 4, pp. 27-30

 

Emilia Łapiak-Pasiorowska (MSc)

Completed courses:

  • Kinesiology basic taping, I. Hałas (MSc)
  • Basic PNF, W. Werner
  • Hooking and tissue techniques, Alessandra Rezende
  • Modern methods of diagnosis and treatment of soft tissues. J. Ciechomski
  • Techniques of muscle energization I and II, J. Ciechomski
  • Techniques of active loosening, muscular – fascial loosening, J. Ciechomski
  • Functional physiotherapy of patients after stroke, Dr. M. Krawczyk

 

Publications:

  1. Wełnicki M., Łapiak-Pasiorowska E., Mamcarz A., “Coexistence of diabetes mellitus and chronic ischemic heart disease – therapeutic implications”, Kardiologia po Dyplomie 2013; 12 (12): 7-10
  2. Łapiak E., Mamcarz A., Skorupska S., Gałaszek M., “The impact of cardiac rehabilitation on the change in the lifestyle of patients after myocardial infarction”, Kardioprofil vol. 6 / nr 5 (26) / 2008
  3. Chomiuk T., Skorupska S., Łapiak E., Mamcarz A., “Physical activity is the key to maintaining sexual performance”, Kardioprofil vol. 7 / nr 3 (30) / 2009
  4. Łapiak-Pasiorowska E., Chomiuk T., Mamcarz A., “Impact of physical effort on the change of body composition”, Kardioprofil vol. 14 / nr 3-4 (55-56) / 2016

 

Emilia Sałyga (MSc)021

 

A graduate from the University of Medical Science in Warsaw, majoring in physiotherapy, Emilia is a qualified PNF therapist and has been working at the Hospice since 2008.

 

Completed courses:

  • Classic massage course (basic), T. Podgórski
  • Aromatherapy Warsaw, Dr. Iwona Konopacka – Dirt
  • Advanced massage course, T. Podgórski
  • Kinesio Taping, Prof. Z. Śliwiński
  • Massage in gynecology and obstetrics, E. Strupińska
  • Manual therapy – upper limb, spine I and II, A. Robler
  • Operation and service of biostimulation lasers
  • Manual therapy UWII – lower end, spine I and II, A. Robler
  • Techniques of muscle energization I and II, J. Ciechomski
  • Basic and developing PNF, W. Wimmeroth
  • Functional physiotherapy of patients after stroke, Dr. M. Krawczyk
  • OWIII manual therapy – diarrhea; clinical images; temporomandibular joints, A. Robler
  • Therapy of trigger points, J. Ciechomski
  • Muscle dysbalance, functional analysis of the patient, J. Ciechomski
  • Techniques of active loosening, J. Ciechomski
  • Muscle-fascial loosening, J. Ciechomski
  • A basic course in the field of palliative care
  • Manual therapy MTF (medical functional training), U. Hallmann
  • Comprehensive primary anti-edema therapy, dr J. Doś
  • Positional release techniques, L. Chaitow
  • Compression therapy or treatment with oppression. Measurements and selection of flat products
  • Geriatric care. Vocational training for physiotherapists, Poznań CMKP
  • Breathing pattern disorders, L. Chaitow
  • Effect of resistance training on improving the functioning of older people, Warsaw
  • Fascial system – diagnosis, treatment of pain and dysfunction, L. Chaitow
  • Hooking and tissue techniques, A. Rezende
  • Thera – band. Muscle balance, spine stabilization and individual joints, Warsaw
  • Osteopathic techniques of venous-lymphatic drainage, Dr. P. Godek
  • Modern methods of pulmonary rehabilitation, A. Śliwka
  • Differential diagnosis, Dr. P. Godek
  • BLS, AED (first aid) course

 

Publications:

  1. Drewnik I., Sałyga E., Pyszor A: Patient with locomotor damage. In: Physiotherapy in palliative care (ed. A. Wójcik, A. Pyszor) PZWL 2013 pp. 151-156
  2. Wójcik A., Sałyga E., Drewnik I., Węgrzynek M .: Informator for the patient as part of the Healthy People 2013 campaign
  3. Drewnik I., Sałyga E., Węgrzynek M., Wójcik A .: Life in a hospice, Almanach of Medical Services – A guide for a patient. 2015

 

Małgorzata Węgrzynek (MSc)025

 

A graduated from the University of Medical Sciences in Warsaw, majoring in physiotherapy, Małgosia is a qualified PNF therapist that has been working at the Hospice since 2008.

Completed courses:

  • Basic and developing PNF, Dr. A. Stepień
  • Comprehensive primary anti-edema therapy, dr J. Doś
  • A basic course in the field of palliative care
  • Positional release techniques, L. Chaitow
  • Kinesiology basic taping, T. Senderek (MSc)
  • Modern methods of diagnosis and treatment of soft tissues
  • Techniques of muscle energization I, II, J. Ciechomski
  • Techniques of active loosening, muscular – fascial loosening. J. Ciechomski
  • Compression therapy or treatment with oppression. Measurements and selection of flat products
  • Geriatric care. Vocational training for physiotherapists, Poznań CMKP
  • Breathing pattern disorders, L. Chaitow
  • Therapy of trigger points, J. Ciechomski
  • Muscle dysbalance, functional analysis of the patient, J. Ciechomski
  • Fascial system – diagnosis, treatment of pain and dysfunction, L. Chaitow
  • Hooking and tissue techniques, A. Rezende
  • Thera – band. Muscle balance, spine stabilization and individual joints, Warsaw
  • Functional physiotherapy of patients after stroke, Dr. M. Krawczyk
  • Osteopathic venous-lymphatic drainage techniques, Dr. P. Gode

 

Publications:

  1. Wójcik A., Sałyga E., Drewnik I., Węgrzynek M.: Informator for the patient as part of the Healthy People 2013 campaign
  2. Drewnik I., Sałyga E., Węgrzynek M., Wójcik A.: Life in a hospice, Almanach of Medical Services – A guide for a patient. 2015

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Oncology Hospice Foundation

 

Pileckiego 105 Street,

02-781 Warszawa

 

Tel / Fax: +48 (22) 643 57 08

 

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