About Us

About Us

BH Physiotherapy practice provides a high quality and prompt treatment of a wide range of spinal and musculoskeletal problems for patients and injured athletes.
 
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. We are absolutely committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a very high percentage of our referrals is from recommendation from our patients. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service. 
           
The practice is run by Bartek Holda, Chartered Physiotherapist and Sport Rehabilitator. He has qualified in 1999 as a Physiotherapist and since then he has been working in public and private sectors. In 2009, he received his degree from University of Bolton as a Sport Rehabilitator.

As well as having a wealth of knowledge and experience in treating a variety of musculoskeletal complaints, he is also a Registered Advanced Instructor Level 3. As a qualified exercise professional, Bartek maintains a high level of competence through qualifications and a commitment to ongoing training that ensures safe and correct practice.

BH Physiotherapy practice also has very strong connections with the paralympic movement, swimming in particular, since Bartek acts voluntarily on behalf of the International Paralympic Committee as an International Medical Classifier. He provides medical classification on various international and national swimming competitions.
Privately Bartek is a very keen triathlonist, competing regularly in long distance triathlons (half-Iron Man and Iron Man). He was member of GB Team and represented GB during ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championship 2013. He supports Scope Charity and raises funds to help disabled people and their families. His practical training knowledge combined with physiotherapy and sport rehabilitation background guarantee a sound understanding of musculoskeletal conditions and sport related injuries.

Bartek's biggest personal sport achievement so far was qualifying and completing an Ironman World Championship 2014 and Ironman 70.3 World Championship 2015.
He completed the 2017 Gdynia Ironman 70.3 on crutches due to a fractured leg but mainly to gain a better understanding of what paralympic athletes go through.
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