About me

First of all, thank you for visiting my website! My name is Marek Czeladzki. I am a Chartered Physiotherapist based in Southampton near Southampton General Hospital. It is very likely that you have found my page because you are in pain and need help. Regardless whether your pain is long-standing or has just occurred today, I can help you. I have been in practice since 2004, and specialize in treating patients with back pain and other musculoskeletal issues. In my approach, I use a number of hands-on techniques in order to find the best option for patients. I use myoskeletal alignment techniques based on Dr Erik Dalton's school of thought, manual therapy, therapeutic massage, osteopathic techniques. My service also includes professional, individually tailored, advice on back care, and a prescription of an appropriate rehabilitation program if required. Having worked in the NHS since 2008, I have also gained valuable experience in oncology, neurodegenerative diseases and Mental Health. I continue working part-time for the NHS as Physiotherapy Team Lead. My Physiotherapy service is available to patients in Southampton and the surrounding areas.
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Osteopathic Articulation Technique
 

Qualifications

  • Life Stretch – Certified Instructor – The Stretch to Win Institute (USA)

  • Master Mayoskeletal Therapist (MMT) – Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Posture, Pain, Performance – with Dr Erik Dalton, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Technique Tour – with Dr Erik Dalton, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Abdomen, Spine and Pelvis – with Aubrey Gowing, University College of Osteopathy, London

  • The Athletic Shoulder – with Dr Ian Horsley, Lymington

  • Shoulder, Arm and Hand – Mayoskeletal Techniques with Dr Erik Dalton, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

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  • Advanced Myofascial Techniques and Myoskeletal Alignment for the Shoulder, Neck & Head – with Aubrey Gowing and Til Luchau, Mullingar (Ireland)

  • Ribs, thorax, abdomen and peripheries – Osteopathic approach in pregnancy- with Miranda Clayton, London School of Osteopathy

  • Motion is Lotion – Mayoskeletal Techniques with Dr Erik Dalton, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Mayoskeletal Alignment Techniques with Aubrey Gowing, University College of Osteopathy, London

  • Treating Trapped Nerves (MAT) with Dr Erik Dalton, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Dynamic Lower Body, Low Back, Hip and Leg Pain  with Dr Erik Dalton, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Clinical Applications Day with Miranda Claytion, London School of Osteopathy

  • Lumbar Spine Imaging with Chris Mercer, London

  • The Knee – Advanced Practice Course – with Jessica Gent, MACP, BMI Hospital, Guildford

  • The Art. of MAT (Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques) with Dr Erik Dalton and Paul Kelly, Freedom From Pain Institute (USA)

  • Treating Shock, Trauma and Birth Interventions with Miranda Clayton, London School of Osteopathy

  • Postpartum Mum – treating the postnatal patient with Miranda Clayton, London School of Osteopathy

  • Treating Feeding & Digestive Disorders in the Newborn & Baby with Miranda Clayton, London School of Osteopathy

  • Upper Body – Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT) with Erik Dalton, Freedom from Pain Institute

  • The Spinal Care Revolution with Prof. Eyal Lederman, London

  • Treating the Pregnant Patient with Miranda Clayton, London School of Osteopathy

  • Harmonic Technique – Prof. Eyal Lederman, London

  • Physiotherapy Management of Temporomandibular Disorders – ACPTMD -Wymondham, Norfolk

  • Certificate Course in Medical Acupuncture – OMT Training – Cambridge

  • Anterior Knee Pain – Dr Lee Herrington- Lymington

  • Mulligan Manual Therapy Concept – Part C – Thomas Mitchell – Sheffield

  • Mulligan Manual Therapy Concept – Part B – Thomas Mitchell – Exeter

  • MSK Physiotherapy Upper Limb – Dr Dean Philips – Lyndhurst

  • Diploma in Osteopathic Articulation – OMT – London

  • Mobilization of the Neuroimmune system – Timothy Beams (NOI) – Croydon

  • Spinal Manipulation – John Gibbons – Oxford University Sport

  • Mulligan Manual Therapy Concept – Part A – Thomas Mitchell- Exeter

  • Advanced Soft Tissue Technique Master-Class – John Gibbons -Oxford

  • Know Pain – Dr Mike Stuart – Lymington

  • The Shoulder  Complex does not have to be complicated– Adam Meakins – Dartford

  • MSK Course: Neck and upper thoracic spine – Dr Dean Phillips – Lyndhurst

  • The Complete Spinal Manipulation – Impulse Physio – Bath

  • Lower Limb Tendinopathy – Dr Seth O’Neil – Lymington

  • Therapeutic Massage – Dr Jacek Lewandowski – Poznan, Poland

  • MSc  Physiotherapy – AWF Poznan, Poland   

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Sciatica symptoms and best exercises

Sciatica symptoms are quite easy to recognize. When sciatica hits, one can hardly move. The pain can be excruciating but different people will experience it in different ways. Most sufferers recover within 6 weeks, but pain may linger. You are likely to experience the following symptoms: Symptoms of sciatica Pain spreading from the lower back […]

Physiotherapy in Southampton

I have been providing physiotherapy in Southampton since 2008. During that time I have focused on developing skills in order to provide top class therapy.  The way I work is through manual therapy, osteopathic techniques, myofascial alignment techniques, and therapeutic massage.  There is a lot of overlap in what I do with other types of […]

Vertigo symptoms and rehab exercises

Vertigo symptoms can be really distressing.  They can make you wonder if there is something seriously wrong with your health.  Let’s take a look at vertigo a bit closer.   What is vertigo?   Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most common causes of vertigo as it affects roughly 50% of people […]

Becoming Master Myoskeletal Therapist!

I am so pleased I have managed to complete all training towards the MMT Diploma. Fifteen months went by so quickly! To my excitement, the Diploma has just arrived and now awaits a silvery frame! 🙂 I have thoroughly enjoyed the journey and reaching another milestone in my career! I am very grateful to all […]

Reduce pain, lose weight, be happier

Pain can be a serious joy – killer. It can (and very often does) turn your life into misery. But there is hope. There is always something you can do about it. I am not a big fan of medications and taking pills. I think we reach for pain-killers too often and put too much […]

Back pain relief and self-help tips

When it comes to back pain relief and prevention there are a few tips I always give to my patients. Take a look and see if you can help yourself     Other articles Related posts: Reduce pain, lose weight, be happier Lower back pain and high heels Soleus muscle and pain in the calf

Frozen shoulder

Frozen shoulder is a mysterious condition. Unlike other injuries, it develops when you have not been moving your joint frequently enough. It is the only joint in the body that will seize up like that. It mainly affects people aged 40 and above. Roughly 0.75% of people will suffer from it at some point (it […]

Lower back pain and high heels

High heels are popular and some women can’t imagine going to a party or attend an important event wearing any other type of shoes. But by wearing high heels you weaken the body’s kinetic chain. Do not get me wrong. Walking is a fantastic way to prevent back pain, but choosing the right footwear is […]

Low back pain and walking

Back pain is very common. You are likely to have it at least once in your lifetime. In some cases it can lead to serious disability and affect the quality of life for a long time.  This is why I am a big fan of all the things that can prevent back pain or reduce pain.

Ankle Sprain and Rehabilitation

An ankle sprain is very common. It is actually one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries (second most common in sport). It is an injury that occurs when you roll, twist or turn your ankle in an awkward way. Oftentimes it happens when you play sport, step off the pavement or walk down the stairs. […]

Neck pain and when to see a doctor?

Neck pain   We rarely think about the neck. Why should we? There is no need for that unless it gives us some grief. It is supposed to keep our head straight and in the right position, right?  The neck is, in a way, like a connection between the head and the trunk. It is […]

Soleus muscle and pain in the calf

Are you into running but suffer from the painful and tight calf? Do you think this may actually stop you in your tracks and prevent from progressing? Or maybe you finished your race with an excruciating pain in your calf? If your answer is yes to any of those questions, this article is for you. […]

Groin pain and when to call a doctor

  Pain in the groin occurs often with other problems such as back or abdominal pain. It is often associated with sports injuries, especially to adductors muscles but, it may also be a sign of other conditions. If your groin has been hurting you for a while, you need to find out why. Diagnosing groin […]

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation at Home

 I help patients with musculoskeletal and  neurological conditions Each session lasts at least 40 minutes Therapy may include: osteopathic techniques, manual therapy, therapeutic massage, mayofascial techniques, active and passive exercises, joints mobilizations, help with walking, transfers and strength and balance exercises Appointments are scheduled between 11:00 – 19:00, Monday to Friday Number of sessions Price […]

Interview – hip joint issues

Interview – hip joint issues A quick interview with Mr Gorav Datta, Orthopaedic Surgeon, from Southampton General Hospital…We met briefly ahead of his excellent presentation on Robotic Joint Replacement. Its mind blowing what advances medicine has made in the last few years. Surgery on the knee reminds more of a computer game with the use […]

Back Pain in Pregnancy – interview at the London School of Osteopathy

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Mayofascial work – interview with Aubrey Gowing and Til Luchau in Ireland

Mayofascial therapy – I had a great opportunity to do training with fantastic teachers – Aubrey Gowing and Till Luchau. In a spare moment I asked them a few questions and thought it may be useful to share it with you here. Enjoy!    Related posts: Interview – hip joint issues Back pain and driving

Coffee Morning with Adjustamatic

You are All invited to join us at the Adjustamatic store in WInchester Road, SOuthampton, between 10-14 on 27 Sep. Physio- Soton is supporting this lifestyle event collecting money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Join us to: 1. Get free, physiotherapy, advice on tackling back pain, rehab, and how to revover from your injury 2. Meet […]

Back Pain and Trapped Nerves

Back pain can have many sources. And it is not always about muscles , joints, tendons, discs or ligaments. A nerve entrapment is also a common occurance leading to the loss of muscular fuction, sensation and pain. Very often pain arises from nerves originating in the neck, low back and the sacrum. Pain radiating to […]

Working with the CSP

You can find our details on the site of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Simply click this link here: https://www.csp.org.uk/public-patient/find-physiotherapist/physio2u/physio-soton We are working closely with the Society and have recently joined their educational campaign – Love Acitivity, Hate Exercise? Related posts: No related posts.

Back pain and cold weather, barometric pressure, depression.

Cold weather and depression – these factors may lead to back pain and increased sensitivity of spinal tissues. Several factors play a role when it comes to depression and low mood; there are ways of tackling this problem through exercise and medicine. It is also worth trying natural substances such as turmeric There is no […]

Massage therapy and why it may be a good option for you

Massage can be very therapeutic because, when you are touched, your body chemistry is altered in a positive way. This includes factors that suppress pain and that stimulate growth and your immune system Bernie Siegel   I have been practicing massage in the last 17 years, and find it an invaluable tool in physiotherapy. Blending […]

Back pain and driving

Is there a link between the two? Before we answer this question, it is worth taking a look at some statistics. Is back pain common? Back pain is a very common health problem. A big research study from 2010 found that lower back pain is the biggest cause of disability. It affects almost 10% of […]

Networking at Sunrise Bassett, Southampton

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Getting back to physical activity? You MUST read this!

Getting back to physical activity after a while? Feeling you need to get fitter and start looking after yourself a bit more? Fantastic!

The Knee Course at BMI Hospital in Guildford

Just got back from Guildford where I completed the Advanced Knee Course with Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered…

Upper Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain

I see many patients with the upper back, neck and shoulder pain and tightness. Shoulders are particularly well known for accumulating stress and getting tense and achy.

Working with Sprinter – Jamie Gabbidon.

Let me introduce you to Jamie Gabbidon. Jamie is an athlete and excels at 100m. His PB is 10.7 sec!

Myofacial Release Therapy

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Mulligan concept – lumbar spine

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Acupuncture training in June

Acupuncture training in Cambridge booked. Adding oomph to my physio practice! Related posts: No related posts.

Physiotherapy in Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS)

I see patients with various back problems; some are relatively easy to manage, others, however, fall outside my scope of practice and competence. Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is one of those conditions where physiotherapy has an important role to play in combination with pharmacological options. What is AS? First of all, it is a chronic, rheumatological, […]

Backache, back pain and stenosis

There are many causes of low back pain. Stenosis could be one of them. It often affects older people and causes  lumbar back pain radiating to buttocks, thighs and below What’s the cause? Stenosis is often a result of aging and degenerative changes within the spine. Thick ligamentum flavium, excessive bony tissue arising in the […]

Diploma in Osteopathic Articulation

I have just completed the OMT Diploma Course in Osteopathic articulation in London (20-22 April). We have covered so much! Osteopathic articulation is all about joints mobilization with the use of moderate amplitude forces. The main objectives of articulation are: To increase the range of movement in joints Improve joints’ nourishment Pain reduction The training […]

Trigger points

Trigger points are those painful knots that we often find right under the skin. They are located in the muscle or facia and cause a lot of referring type of pain and discomfort. Pain can be felt far from the trigger point as the source of pain is not always obvious. A therapeutic, deep, massage […]

Mobilization of the neuroimmune system with Timothy Beams

Really good training in neuro-dynamics with Tim Beams last weekend.  And now, what I especially liked about it? Well, quite a few things have to be mentioned here: Palpatory skills for the main nerves of the lower and upper limb Neuro – dynamic testing especially useful when combined with other diagnostic checks Networking with other […]

Weak glut muscle leading to the pain around the scapula and upper back

Very often the pain that we have is caused by a problem in a completely different part of the body. John Gibbons, osteopath from Oxford, illustrates this very well in his article titled ‘Where you think the pain is, the problem is not’ citing Ida Rolf. John gives a good example of his patient, 34 […]

Manual therapy concepts: Mulligan

There is a considerable number of manual therapy concepts, techniques and methods in the world of physiotherapy. What are they? Which one is best? Which specialist to choose? Is there one method that guarantees the best patient outcomes? In my understanding, all those different concepts have one thing in common- to aim to bring about […]

Back pain and spinal mechanics!

I spent some time over this interesting article by John Gibbons this morning trying to get my head around the concept of locked facet joints and how to identify the one that actually needs mobilizing. It is more complicated than you may think as the spine (thoracic and lumbar) rotates and side bends at the […]

Advanced Soft Tissue Techniques Master-Class with osteopath John Gibbons in Oxford

This highly practical course was organized between 6-7 Feb at the Oxford University. A focus was on muscle energy techniques (MET), soft tissue release (STR) and therapy of trigger points. I had an opportunity to consolidate my knowledge and skills and learn some new techniques that I will be now using. Stretching (energizing) muscles with […]

Starting Blog

I have never written a blog before and am very new to it all. I thought that I  might use it as a platform for providing helpful tips and advice to all those seeking help with musculoskeletal (MSK) problems. I will be posting all sorts of stuff here, but will mainly concentrate on: Self-help exercises […]

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I had a really good treatment. Made me feel much better. Shoulder pain all gone! Would highly recommend. Will definitely be making a future visit!

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Extremely knowledgeable – the treatment advice Marek offered helped ease the shoulder pain I had been experiencing. Would recommend.

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