Panos Pagiazitis

Physiotherapist

BIOGRAPHY

Panos Pagiazitis started his Physiotherapy studies in 2010 and graduated as a Physiotherapist from the Athens Metropolitan College in 2015. Panos is a passionate and ambitious physiotherapist with a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He had a remarkable career in professional football as Physiotherapist in Greece and a successful career as amateur football player as well. He has completed extensive post-graduate courses including manual therapy techniques, acupuncture and kinesiotaping method. Panos meets patients' needs through a holistic and personalized approach in order to provide optimal health care. He is keen to methods that could restore functional movement and achieve sustainable treatment outcomes. Panagiotis leads the provision of evidence-based practice, delivering an effective service to patients focused on improving their quality of life.

Communication, compassion and positive attitude is key for a great treatment outcome.

  • EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    • Acupuncture (acupuncture foundation course)
    • Mulligan Concept of manual therapy
    • Kinesiotaping Method
    • FIFA 11+ Instructor
    • International Conferences on Sports Rehabilitation and Traumatology
  • SPECIALITY INTERESTS

    Sports injury treatment and prevention. He is experienced in dealing with professional and amateur sportspeople and people with chronic problems.

    He assists people in achieving their full potential by overcoming barriers and building resilience. Which leads the way to success, happiness, and pain free lifestyle.

  • CERTIFICATIONS

    Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy

  • PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, United Kingdom/England

Contact Us

Address:

Amaia Residence, Floor 2, Building 7, Baghdad Street, Block 9, Salmiya, Kuwait P.O. Box: 24472, Safat 13015 Kuwait

Phone: +965 2572-0338 / 2572-1757

Fax: +965 2572 1677

Email: info@fshnkuwait.org

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