Marta Szamocka

Master of Physiotherapy, certified urogynecological therapist PTUG , specialist in perinatal physiotherapy

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Working with women with pelvic floor disorders, urinary incontinence, pelvic prolaps, painful sex and periods is my passion. I do prepare women for good childbirth, help to reduce musculoskeletal problems during pregnancy and take care of your health after delivery. Working, I use knowledge that I constantly expand during specialist courses. The experiences of my own births and postpartum problems allow me to approach the intimate sphere of women and their needs with empathy.



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During my studies, I have learned how to make a propper diagnose, set the therapy, get an individual approach to every single patient and cooperate with other health professionals.

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Training and courses

Completed courses and training:

  • Physiotherapy in urinary and anal incontinence, pelvic organ prolaps. Module I, II. Reha Plus
  • Perinatal rehabilitation – the interdisciplinary course whit the accreditation of PTUG. Module I, II. CEL
  • Pelvic Floor – Sonography (PFS) – a new type of urogynecological diagnostics. ECHOKOMPENDIUM
  • ABC of Urogynecology Theoretical and Practical Workshop. Tyszko-Bury Szkolenia
  • Kinesiology Taping. The basic course that is comliant with the K-Active Association’s standards. Anna Zaglaniczny Rehabilitacja Funkcjonalna
  • FemFit Instructor – exercises during pregnancy and after childbirth. FemFit
  • Functional Osteopathy and Integration. Accreditation of the Polish Society of Manual Medicine. Kinezio Rehabiltation Center
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation PNF1 I PNF2. Kinezio Rehabiltation Center

The work of physiotherapist is inextricably linked with constant education process. That is why I am constantly improving my qualifications. All the methods I use, comply with the recommendations of Polish Urogynecological Society.

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