"My goal is to demonstrate the positive influence movement has on people’s health."
Having first developed an interest in biomechanics and motion analysis whilst attending medical university in his native Poland, Szymon sees the value of movement in the management of pain and dysfunction within the clinical environment. This belief in movement assessment and movement retraining is one of Szymon’s main passions, driving both his professional practice and course teaching. The ability to identify and manage patients’ movement impairments through a systemised approach, initially attracted Szymon to the Kinetic Control (KC) process. KC courses now provide the perfect opportunity for Szymon to deliver these skills to other clinicians, helping their patients move towards pain-free living.
For a number of years, he has been working closely with fellow Kinetic Control tutor, Michal Hadala in the running of workshops, courses, and research collaborations. Since 2013, the Orvit Clinic, in Torun, has seen him co-operating with a number of local orthopaedic surgeons and working with talented athletes from the region’s sports clubs, delivering movement focused retraining following both acute and overload injuries.
Additionally, in his spare time, he enjoys many sports, including, running, football, triathlon, and CrossFit. In each of these sports particular attention is paid to optimizing movement quality and integrating movement control with endurance and strength training.
"How you move impacts all aspects of your health and most importantly, how you feel.’’