Paulina Pietruszewska

Occupational therapist

Occupational therapist and social rehabilitation educator. Her specialization encompasses a wide spectrum of patient groups facing various health challenges, including cerebral palsy (CP), post-stroke, post-orthopedic upper limb surgeries, and sensory integration disorders. Paulina employs diverse methods such as Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT), sensory integration (SI), upper limb casting, functional electrostimulation, kinesiotaping, and thermoplastic orthoses.

She has completed various workshops and training sessions in upper limb therapy, especially in hemiplegia and post-stroke. In hand therapy, she uses thermoplastic materials, as well as electrostimulation.

Outside her professional work, Paulina values her free time in the spirit of the slow life. She’s passionate about culinary arts, particularly Polish and Greek cuisine, and loves spending time by the water. She’s an enthusiast of massage and physical activities, especially cycling.

By combining personal interests with professional work, Paulina inspires others to prioritize health and find joy in life’s simple pleasures.