MPSCP, TCMCI BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Lic. Ac. MAFPA
Owner of AcuPhysio – physiotherapy & sports injury clinic
Lukasz graduated from the Institute of Medical Education, Karkonoski College, Poland in 2004. During this period he began his interest in treating sports injuries, whilst working with local football team. Having obtained his qualification he worked at Jelenia Gora orthopaedic hospital in Poland. After coming to Ireland in 2004 Lukasz took position as a Sport Injury Therapist, at “Melt” clinic in Dublin City Centre. In 2006 Lukasz moved to Bray and began his work in town, treating local community. In 2007 Lukasz graduated 3 year Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture licentiate course after which he travelled to China for clinical work experience. In 2008 he started AcuPhysio Clinic specialising in the treatment of the musculoskeletal system in Bray, looking after local community and athletes. Lukasz enjoys “hands on” physiotherapy approach, employing mobilisation, manipulation, soft tissue techniques, acupuncture and rehabilitation exercises. In 2010 Lukasz started working with local charity Open Door Day Centre, where he developed interest in neurological rehabilitation. Working with stroke, MS and Parkinson’s disease patients. He recognised the need for neurological rehabilitation to be available and he introduced that service into his practice. Since 2013 Lukasz was using McKenzie method therapist specialising in lower back and neck pain. In 2014 Lukasz became qualified Saebo therapist. In 2015 Lukasz became certified therapist in McKenzie Method Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy and he completed Bobath therapy basic level course.