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Our Practitioners

Karolina Krzaczek-Kubacka BSc MSc HCPC

Karolina Krzaczek-Kubacka BSc MSc HCPC

Master of Physiotherapy BSc MSc 

Chartered Physiotherapist and Female Pelvic Pain specialist

Practises at Sayer Clinics: Marylebone W1 and Kensington W8

Karolina is our senior Men's and Women's Health and Specialist Pelvic pain physiotherapist registered with Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC), she is a member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and a member of Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy Association (POGP). Karolina is a highly experienced pelvic pain physiotherapist and is listed on www.PudendalHope.info as part of Sayer Clinics' unique team of pelvic and coccyx pain clinics in London.

She completed her Masters (MSc) in Physiotherapy at the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw (Poland) in 2007. Currently, she studies osteopathy in Polish Academy of Osteopathy in Warsaw.

Her treatment stems from not just treating the symptoms but finding the root cause for patient problems, in order to obtain faster and long-lasting results. Her belief is that the human body is one mechanism, so to properly resolve an issue a whole body and its inner connections should be taken into consideration.

She applies a range of hands-on therapy techniques and exercises to match the individual needs of each patient. The treatment methods she uses include manual therapy, soft tissue mobilisation techniques, trigger points therapy, dry needling, PNF method and G.D.S muscle and articulation chains method.

Karolina is an expert in assessment, diagnosis and treatment of:

* neck pain

* thoracic spine, chest, rib and costochondritis pain

* low back pain and sacroiliac joint pain 

* hip and groin pain

* shoulder pain

* tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, RSI syndrome

* sport injuries

* pudendal neuralgia and pelvic pain