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My story

A BOY FROM A SMALL VILLAGE ALWAYS

ON A MOTORBIKE

As a child, I grew up in a small village. I have loved sports of all kinds since I was little, so I got my first motorcycle from my parents at the age of 4. This started a period where I spent a lot of time racing and gradually became a successful racer. As my passion for motocross slowly waned, I moved from racing to recreational sports and took up table tennis, squash and football.​

STUDYING PHYSIOTHERAPY - UNFORGETTABLE YEARS, FRIENDS

AND WIFE FOR THE WHOLE LIFE

As is often the case with physiotherapists, my own experience with back pain and my love for sports led me to study physiotherapy at the 1st Faculty of Medicine. My initial notions of working with athletes and being able to help people out of pain quickly and efficiently, soon dissipated. The study is demanding, the subjects are in the beginning very general and gaining practical experience takes place mainly in a hospital environment. Instead of effective joint mobilizations and "miracle" muscle treatment with quick relief, my repertoire for the first few years consisted of very basic exercises on a hospital bed. However, the initial disillusion did not discourage me and I could meet wonderful friends and especially my wife, whom I later married.​

A DREAM JOB AT PRIVATE CLINIC AND LEAVING TO CANADA

After finishing a master's degree at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports and five years of experience in hospitals,  I finally started working in private clinic with my own patients. However, the initial joy and enthusiasm was after some time replaced by disappointment. Working in a clinic, where everything is paid by the insurance companies involves a large number of patients per day, limited time per patient, and above all, many administrative tasks. Such a work procedure was not always completely effective for the patients and demotivating for me. Together with my wife, we agreed that this way of working is not sustainable and spontaneously we decided to go to Canada for a year. One year ended up being a year and a half. The break from physiotherapy and the time spent in a new stimulating environment gave us both a new outlook on life and restored our passion for the profession we love. However, the most valuable thing we gained was a vision of how we want to work as physiotherapists.

TODAY´S REALITY​

We gradually began to implement our clear ideas and now we can offer you our services in the environment of a beautiful studio in our own way - more about our approach here. Outside of work, I still like to do sports or exercise. Thanks to the Covid pandemic, I started running and cross-country skiing more regularly, I still like to play football or basically any sport that is played with a racket and ball. My big passion is snowboarding and gradually it seems that I am also returning to skiing. Outside of movement I like to read, ideally in Italy on a beach with lots of ice cream!

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