Monika Sar, MA

Zamienie Branch
Żoliborz Branch
Monika Sar, MA

I am a physiotherapist with over fifteen years of experience. I specialize in urogynecological therapy for women, urological therapy for men, and visceral therapy for adults and children. I also perform scar therapy. I use an individual and holistic approach to each patient. I base my work mainly on manual techniques. I also utilize kinesiotaping, electrostimulation and EMG biofeedback. I place special emphasis on prevention and increasing the patient’s awareness of their body.

  • Physiotherapist Warsaw Medical University
  • Women preparing for pregnancy and childbirth,
  • Women during pregnancy,
  • Adults with scarring in the abdominal and perineal area,
  • Post-pregnancy women with distention of the rectus abdominis muscles,
  • Patients with pelvic pain,
  • Women and men with urinary/fecal/gas incontinence,
  • Women with lowering of the organs of the lower pelvis (pelvic prolapse)
  • Patients preparing for urological/gynecological surgery
  • Patients after urological, gynecological, abdominal surgeries
  • Adults and children with constipation
  • Adults and children with abdominal pain related to stress, medication, digestive problems, reflux, feelings of tension and others


Courses and training
  • Basic course in PNF concepts
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Kaltenborn manual therapy – Evjenth International – module 1-6
  • Muscle energization techniques and modern methods of diagnosing and treating soft tissues – module 1-5
  • Osteopathic approach in urogynecological therapy
  • Osteopathic diagnosis and treatment of visceral organs
  • Comprehensive urological diagnosis and therapy of men
  • Comprehensive urogynecology diagnosis and therapy
  • Working with women in every trimester of pregnancy
  • Comprehensive diagnosis and therapy of postural defects and scoliosis according to the FITS concept
  • Natural childbirth vs. cesarean section – how to support a woman’s return to fitness
  • Physiotherapy for people with functional disorders after treatment of cancers of the urinary, genital and gastrointestinal systems
  • Opportunities for physiotherapists in the therapy and prophylaxis of proctological patients
  • Natural childbirth vs. cesarean section – how to support a woman’s return to fitness
  • Problems with pregnancy – what should a physiotherapist know?
  • The effect of organ prolapse on the physiological functions of the lower pelvis
  • Hernia and diastasis recti
  • Disorders of continence control in women
  • Disorders of continence control in men after prostate surgery
  • Digestive support – a view from an osteopath and an Eastern medicine therapist
  • Physiotherapy in perineology-in-progress
  • 07/09. 2011
    Sports Medicine. Volume 27, Number 3, 2011. “The influence of exercises with the Gymstick on selected respiratory parameters and body balance in people over 55 years of age” Preliminary report.
  • 04/06/2011
    Sports Medicine. Volume 27, Number 2, 2011. “The impact of Nordic Walking on selected respiratory parameters of people over 55 years of age and the assessment of this form of exercise by practicing people.