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Kat - Physiotherapy

Kat has lived in the UK for many years, and after graduating in her native Poland, she worked in one of their leading Clinics as a junior Physiotherapist. Whilst there she experienced working with patients suffering from minor muscle strains and sprains to serious spinal injuries.

After relocating to the UK, Kat increased her anatomy and physiology knowledge with a change of direction and attended a Sports Massage Course at Oxford School of Sports Massage. There she has obtained a BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy; the highest qualification for soft and remedial massage in the UK. She has also had the opportunity to work alongside and learn from some of the best Sports Therapists and Osteopaths in the UK.

Kat says;

“I work with athletes and rugby players to help them perform at their best.

I also work with the general public to help with injury recovery, alleviate chronic pain, muscle aches and improve restricted range of movement.

My approach as a therapist is unique and each treatment is designed to suit each client’s individual needs. I use a combination of various therapeutic techniques such as Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Soft Tissue Therapy to achieve the best results.”

Kat is a passionate, knowledgeable and very experienced practitioner offering appointments in a welcoming, supportive and relaxing environment.
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Rehabilitation and Support

Helping you with muscle strains, joint sprains, and conditions such as: ITB syndrome, runners knee, shin splints, planter fasciitis, rotator cuff injuries, lower back pain and much more.

Acupressure Neck Massage

Massage Therapies

Helping to relieve neck tension, headaches, joint mobility and soreness, great for pre and post sporting events too.

Shoulder Massage

Soft Tissue Therapy

Reduces tensile and compressive stress on your body and can dramatically speed up the healing process.

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Trigger Point Therapy

Involves releasing or softening a muscle knot to reduce (or eliminate) the knot pain and associated pain. 




New Patient Consultation

(inc treatment)



Follow-up Treatment

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