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Mgr. Klaudia Mitrová

Physiotherapist

After completing her bachelor’s degree, Klaudia directed her steps towards Erasmus in the Czech Republic in order to gain the necessary experience. Subsequently, after her master’s degree, her work in various departments directed her to gynecological physiotherapy, in which she is trying to develop further.

About Klaudia:

She deals with pregnant women, diastasis of abdominal muscles, women after childbirth and related problems. It solves problems of the pelvic floor, such as dysfunction, sterility, painful menstruation, incontinence and others. She also likes to attend to orthopedic clients after operations and injuries. She is also interested in athletes, as she herself has a positive attitude towards sports and personal experience with volleyball.

In therapy, he looks for the best solution, which depends on mutual cooperation, communication, trust and positive motivation. He tries to make the therapy meaningful to the clients and to help them in everyday life as well.

In his practice, he uses soft tissue techniques, mobilization, kinesiotaping, cupping and procedures based on the works of prof. Karl Lewit. She also uses knowledge from neurophysiology, developmental kinesiology and likes to work with the perception of her own body. He is a certified therapist of the gynecological-urological concept of PPA (Palačšák Pelvic Approach) for women.

Education:

  • Master of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Prešov in Prešov (2021)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Prešov in Prešov (2018)
  • Registered physiotherapist of the Slovak Chamber of Physiotherapists

Courses:

  • Kinesiotaping in obstetrics and gynecology, Mgr. Sylwia Sawicka, Policealna Szkola Sluzb Medycznych w Nowym Targu
  • Shantala massage (toddler massage), Mgr. Sylwia Sawicka, Policealna Szkola Sluzb Medycznych w Nowym Targu
  • Myofascial trigger points, PhDr. Katarína Kučerová, WORLD of Physiotherapy
  • Diagnostics and therapy of the shoulder joint, Mgr. Seweryn Krzywoń and Bartosz Rutowicz, PhD., PT, MDT, MSc., Rehalab Academy
  • Diastasis during pregnancy and after childbirth, Mgr. Barbora Krchňava Hanicová, Miracle Studio
  • Diagnostics and therapy of functional disorders of the locomotor system, Bc. Vlasta Bezvodová and Mgr. Michaela Veverková, BezVa Physiotherapy
  • Gynecological-urological concept of PPA for women, PhDr. Ingrid Palaščáková Špringrová, PhD., REHASPRING center
  • Physiotherapy and interdisciplinary approaches during pregnancy and after childbirth, PhDr. Ingrid Palaščáková Špringrová, PhD., REHASPRING center
  • Postpartum diastasis, PhDr. Ingrid Palaščáková Špringrová, PhD., REHASPRING center
  • Mobilization in the context of muscle chains, PhDr. Petr Bitnar, Kladno
  • Viscerovertebral relations and their use in clinical practice, PhDr. Petr Bitnar, Kladno
  • Complex therapy of trigger points and global muscle reciprocal inhibition, PhDr. Petr Bitnar, Kladno