Dr. Lodzinski has been practicing as a Physical Therapist since 1969 in Poland. He received his master’s degree in physical education in 1968 and worked with the Polish National Soccer Team, Volleyball and Ski Teams during the years 1974-1981. He also served as a physiotherapist to the Polish National Team at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Canada. From 1980-1982, he was a therapist for professional tennis players Ivan Lendl and Wojciech Fibak.
From 1990-91, Dr. Antoni Lodzinski completed his fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. Dr. Lodzinski obtained his professional license and board certification in Michigan in 1994 and his doctoral degree in physical therapy in 2002 from Wroclaw University, Poland.
He is highly sought after as a physical therapist because of his creative insight and experience in helping those who have failed with traditional therapy or were unhappy with their response to medication or surgery. Through his experiences he has developed a comprehensive, whole-person approach to evaluating the body to treat pain and tissue dysfunctions, using manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and various physical modalities.
Dr. Lodzinski is currently promoting prevention and corrective exercise as well as health and fitness, postural awareness and nutrition for children and adolescents. Prevention plays an important factor in Dr. Lodzinski’s treatment strategy.
He accepts patients suffering from fibromyalgia and various orthopedic-related issues.