Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) – (Charles University in Prague)
BSc in Physical Therapy (Charles University in Prague)
BC College of Physiotherapy Number
Peter has an active approach with emphasis on postural control and core strength.
He has experience working with patients in orthopaedics and sports, neurology and pain management. He uses additional techniques including flowin basic friction training and fascial manipulation therapy with his clients. Peter loves being active; when he’s not in the clinic, you will find him skiing/snowboarding, hiking, climbing and diving.
Peter also speaks Czech.
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|Athletic therapy||Joint injuries therapy||Post-operative care|
|Back injury therapy||Kinesio taping||Post-surgical rehabilitation|
|Back pain therapy||Loss of balance therapy||Postural reeducation|
|Bell’s palsy management||Manual handling||Pre-surgical rehabilitation|
|Biomechanical evaluation||Manual therapy||Proprioceptive neurofacilitation therapy|
|Bracing treatment||Motor skills related problems therapy||Rehabilitation and management for delayed development|
|Carpal tunnel treatment||Muscle activation techniques (MAT)||Rehabilitation exercise|
|Chronic pain therapy||Muscle injuries therapy||Running evaluation|
|Ergonomic assessment||Myofascial relaxation||Shoulder care|
|Facial paralysis therapy||Myofascial system mobilisation||Somatosensory rehabilitation|
|Falls prevention program||Neurofeedback therapy||Sport injury physiotherapy treatment|
|Functional rehabilitation||Neurological rehabilitation||Sport physiotherapy consultation|
|Gait analysis and training||Osteoarthritis therapy||Stroke rehabilitation|
|General reconditioning||Pain management||Tendinitis treatment|
|Global postural rehabilitation||Pediatric physiotherapy consultation||Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation|
|Guillain-Barre syndrome rehabilitation||Peripheral nerve injury therapy||Treatment for Cerebral Palsy|
|Head trauma therapy||Personalized exercise program||Upper quadrant therapy|
|Incontinence therapy||Physical evaluation||Vestibular rehabilitation|
Can you tell us one interesting fact about you?
I like to be in the outdoors. Actually, two days ago I saw a shark when scuba diving in BC!
Do you have an area of specialization or interest?
I like to do musculoskeletal a lot, mainly focusing on shoulder and lower back pain.
I got to physiotherapy because I used to do a lot of extreme sports. I had some injuries and some back pains of my own, and I saw it as a good means to learn more about my body and learn how to help people out.
What’s one piece of advice you’d give to a new patient?
Everybody is very individual, so it’s hard to say how exactly a would advise a new patient unless I get to know them a little more. But one piece of advice I can give to everybody overall would be to listen to your body; if you feel any pain, don’t ignore it. Listen to what it’s telling you, and take care of your body.