Personally, I see ignorance as a driving power and a huge inspiration for further learning
Since childhood Martina inclined towards sport by participating in many sports activities at primary school. Since sports were attractive to her, she wanted to be in contact with them in her professional life. She studied physiotherapy at the Medical Faculty of PJ Safarik University in Kosice and at the Slovak Medical University in Banska Bystrica, the two institutions which gave her the theoretical principles she needed. She later put her knowledge to practice at the department of rehabilitation in Lučenec hospital where she worked as a physiotherapist for three years. Physiotherapy uses a natural way of healing – movement. A wide range of therapeutic methods can induce a process of self-medication, which can replace the effect of drugs without side effects.
Education is therefore a very important basis for successful treatment. Martina improves her expertise constantly in a variety of therapeutic techniques and has attended quite a few training courses. The most important among these are: Functional dynamic stabilization, McKenzie method, Kinesin taping in physiotherapy, SM system, Diagnosis of the musculoskeletal system, and others. From the perspective of education, physiotherapy is a lifelong learning process and as each specialization it requires constant progress and growth. When working with people this is double more so since each person is unique in his physique, his perception and psychological state.