What is Osteopathy
I discovered my osteopathy calling back in 2011 after spending six months in a Japanese school in the middle of the forest in Denmark where I practised zen and budo with my Master Ko. Coming from a family of physicians, anatomy and diagnostics has always been of interest to me. I am an osteopath, with a double degree: in osteopathy and a masters in physiotherapy. I have 8 years of clinical experience in collaborations with the best osteopaths in Poland and Europe. I have treated thousands of patients in Europe and South-East Asia. Apart from treating, in 2019 I envisioned, developed and launched a clinic for integrative medicine in my native Warsaw, Poland. In 2020 I also brought to life a Humanitarian Project for NGO ElephantsNow.org, a project that provides healthcare services for people in rural areas of Sri Lanka struggling with human-elephant conflict. Read about the project more here: https://savingganesh.squarespace.com/humanitarian-project-1 Since 2020 I've been practicing osteopathy in pop-up clinic formula, as a nomad osteopath - I opened pop-ups in Sri Lanka, Bali, Spain and Poland. As for the functional medicine practice, I've been actively giving online consultations and building treatment protocols for patients around the world. I am a diagnostician in the first place and my treatment process depends on the result of the diagnosis made. I work integratively, including all the three branches of osteopathy - parietal, cranial and visceral. As a functional medicine practitioner, I also take under consideration approaches needed to build a full treatment protocol that include: mitochondrial medicine, microbiology, biohacking, Traditional Chinese Medicine, breathing and yogic methods. I have been honoured to become an academic private assistant for Valeria’s Ferreira student’s visceral courses for Osteopathie Schule Deutschland. I teach anatomy on Yoga Alliance Yoga Teachers Trainings.