Meet our team

  • Jakub Bienczak
    Jakub Bienczak Company Director, Lead Physiotherapist

    State Registered Physiotherapist
    Member of CSP (The Charted Society Of Physiotherapists)
    Member of AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists)


    Jakub Bienczak, (the clinic’s current Lead Physiotherapist and Company Director), completed his MSc in Physiotherapy at the Academy of Physical Education in Krakow and joined the company in 2007. He has trained with the International Maitland Teachers Association on their Postgraduate Program.

    From a young age Jakub has always had a keen interest in sport, having participated in tennis, swimming, running, basketball, golf, surfing and cycling at various points in his life. Jakub excelled at maths and physics when he was young, and, through his studies, went on to develop an in-depth understanding of the human skeletal system and principles of biomechanics. Whilst studying, he sustained several injuries, and experienced first-hand what the recovery process felt like. Through these personal experiences and his acquired knowledge, Jakub has embraced the power of movement therapy and its ability to change lives.

    He also learnt from his mother (a nurse) about how caring and helping others can bring a sense of satisfaction and fulfilment to life. His combined knowledge and experience (especially with treating lower back pain) has meant that Jakub has gained the trust and confidence of local GPs and specialists, who refer patients to the clinic. He is keen on new techniques and methods, collaborating with practitioners and introducing the latest treatment solutions to the clinic. Jakub is committed to this work and ensures that he is always maintaining the high standards set out by the clinic.

  • Sabine Nave
    Sabine Nave Senior Physiotherapist

    Sabine trained as a chartered physiotherapist in London, but is originally from Munich. She has gained extensive experience working in major NHS hospitals including, The Royal London Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, Central London Community Healthcare (Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea) and BMI Healthcare, before mainly practicing in private clinics. She has been a specialist in musculoskeletal/orthopaedics since 2008 and completed three MSc degree modules in advanced neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2015. To successfully and holistically treat musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions, her treatments for pain relief, post-surgery and functional rehabilitation combine spinal mobilisations, acupuncture, soft tissue work, and strengthening, with often Pilates-based exercise programs. Her special interest lies in acupuncture and pain relief, and providing workplace-based occupational health.

  • Michael Pan
    Michael Pan Senior Physiotherapist

    A state registered physiotherapist, Michael completed his physiotherapy degree at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa in 2005. He first started working in the public health sector, before turning his focus to the private sectors and working with everyday injuries and sports-related injuries. Michael is highly experienced in treating various musculoskeletal problems and has had extensive postgraduate training in manual therapy, acupuncture, Pilates, and core functioning, workstation ergonomics and sports-specific rehabilitation. Michael has worked with various sport teams in South Africa in the past, and has personal interests in tag rugby, badminton, basketball and squash. He was included in the amateur England Squad which participated in the Tag Rugby World Cup, in New Zealand in 2012.

  • Alexandra Rowicki
    Alexandra Rowicki Secretary

    Alexandra works at the W6 Physiotherapy Clinic part time. She is always more than happy to offer help and answer any questions. If she can’t answer them, she’ll find someone who can.

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