Dear clients, despite having to reduce our service, we are still at your disposal and continue to provide care for our patients. For health and safety reasons, you must make an appointment via telephone prior to coming to our clinic. Please contact our customer care line, which is fully operational, and ready to answer any queries or concerns you may have. More information HERE.

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MUDr. Ingrid Janíková

Specialization: Acupunture Physiotherapy and rehabilitation

Clinics: Prague 4 – The Park Prague 6 – AFI Prague 6 – Hadovka

Language skills: Czech English Russian

Curriculum Vitae


As part of an all-round approach to the patient, and on the basis of diagnostic, therapeutic, psychological, and ethical knowledge, a detailed medical history, clinical examination and this treatment is performed:

  • Comprehensive analysis of the neuro-musculoskeletal system, differential diagnosis and a strategy of physiotherapy
  • Treatment of painful conditions of the locomotor system, especially functional disorders (manual musculoskeletal techniques - chiropractic, reflexology, acupuncture, osteopathy, therapeutic injections, prescription of rational pharmacotherapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy)
  • The function of other systems is specifically affected through movement and other physiotherapy techniques, including psychological functions (psychosomatic medicine)
  • Specialization in lymphology and issues of the pelvic floor (treatment of functional female sterility, incontinence, painful coccyx, disorders of the spine’s stabilizing function), pregnancy physiotherapy.

Education, internships, conferences:

  • 1992: 1st certificate in internal medicine
  • 1999: 2nd certificate in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Medicine 
  • 1996: Authorized professional competence to carry out acupuncture
  • 1996: Professional internship – Langenargen, Germany, Dr. Med. Alexander Kollmann
    Use of Brüger’s treatment methods for outpatients’ diagnostics and treatment of functional disorders of the locomotor system
  • 1997: Professional internship, Roma Vojta centre – Prof. Pavel Kolář
  • 1997: Authorized professional competence to carry out operations in the field of musculoskeletal medicine, regular refresher courses
  • 1997: Manual lymphatic drainage course
  • 2000: Lecturer – trainer of lymphatic drainage courses
  • 2002: Professional internship, Liege (Belgium) Luc Lecoq – osteopath 
  • 2008: Pilates Medical Concept, Slovakia
  • 2009: Psychosomatic Medicine Courses
  • 2010: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Course
  • 2010, 2011: Osteopathic courses – Visceral Manipulation – Barral Institut France
  • Musculoskeletal medicine conferences, FBLR – annual


  • 2001–to date: Canadian Medical, Prague – head doctor of the Physiotherapy Department 
  • 2008–to date: Prague Women Health Center – cooperation with gynaecological practice
  • 2001–2008: O&G Group Medical Clinic, Prague 
  • 1999–2001: Health Centre, Prague 
  • 1995–1999: Motol University Hospital – rehabilitation clinic, secondary physician, pedagogic activity at Charles University 2nd Medical Faculty
  • 1992–1995: Kladno Hospital – internal medicine department, coronary unit, secondary physician 
  • 1989–1992: Kladno Hospital – pre-certified doctor  
  • 1987–1989: Žilina Hospital – pre-certified doctor 

Teaching activity:

  • 2008–to date: lecturer and supervisor of courses for teachers and adult educators from EU countries dealing with the issue of healthy lifestyles (courses that are part of the Comenius and Grundtvig programmes)
  • 2010–to date: lecturer and supervisor of courses in the prevention of physical problems during officials’ course of work (ongoing training of officials, accredited by the Ministry of Interior, Czech Republic) 

Membership in professional associations:

  • Jan Evangelista Purkyně Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Society
  • Jan Evangelista Purkyně Musculoskeletal Medicine Society

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We are introducing magnetic therapy as one of the offered physiotherapeutic services. What magnetic therapy is and what benefits it can bring is further explained by MUDr. Ingrid Janíková, lead doctor of the physiotherapy and rehabilitation practice.

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