Welcome to Physio&Wellness Physiotherapy Clinic, Bray, Co. Wicklow.
Physio & Wellness Hub founder, Anna Poznanska - Citko, is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Certified Low Pressure Fitness Instructor, Pilates Instructor, and Holistic Therapist. Anna is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and registered with CORU.
For over 10 years she has devoted her professional development to women's health, incorporating physiotherapy and holistic therapies in her practice.
Anna holds certificates in Acupuncture, Massage, Maternity Reflexology, and Infant Massage.
Anna believes that the best way to achieve a true sense of well-being is by combining traditional and holistic medicine and exercise. She treats women of all ages and stages of life and uses her expertise to achieve the best possible results with all her patients and help them reach their goals.
The team at Physio & Wellness Hub is dedicated to make you feel your very best. Your health and wellbeing is our aim.
Low Pressure Fitness (Hypopressives)
Spine, Core & Pelvic Floor Classes
Spine, Core & Pelvic Floor Workshops
Whatever age or stage in life, you should always look after yourself. Don't let pain or discomfort stop you. Don't accept dysfunction as 'normal', just because someone told you it is - IT'S NOT! Look for help. Believe in your body's ability to heal.
Pelvic girdle pain
Pelvic floor issues
Pelvic organ prolapse
Recorded Spine, Core & Pelvic Floor Classes and Physiolates Classes with monthly or annual access.
Online Classes & Workshops
Live Spine, Core & Pelvic Floor (Hypopressives) Classes, Workshops & Physiolates Classes taught by a chartered physiotherapist delivered to your screen via Zoom.
‘I cannot recommend Anna and low pressure fitness highly enough.
I was just so grateful to find Anna, who introduced me to hypopressives, and told me of the fantastic results they were yielding in treating prolapse. It took about four months of perseverance with the exercises before I really started to notice an improvement(....)
Seven months after my initial diagnosis, at a gyne appointment, I was told that there was no need for surgery and if I hadn’t said I had a prolapse they would not have known! I was thrilled.