Marek is a Member of the BPI Medical Advisory Board. Since 1993 and his early days of the medical curriculum at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, Marek supported the local and global medical community in the integration of the vis medicatrix naturae (the body’s natural ability to heal itself) philosophy into the main stream of public healthcare. He organizes and gives lectures on complementary medicine and health promotion, to companies, schools, universities, kindergartens, patients’ societies, sports clubs, dance clubs, guilds, and religious groups.
After 10 years of studying medicine, functional diagnostics and medicatrix naturae systems, he started his independent medical practice. In 2004 he became a Member of the British Faculty of Homeopathy (LFHom). In 2007 he qualified as a specialist in Family Medicine and a Member of the College of Family Physicians in Poland to enable him to offer continuous medical care in the public healthcare system.
He has also served as the Medical Doctor on Duty and Adviser for children and adults with asthma and other respiratory complaints in the Wieliczka Saltmine Underground Rehabilitation and Treatment Centre. In 2010 he was invited to work as a physician in Ireland and became a Member of the Irish College of General Physicians in 2012.
In 2011 he was involved in many health promotion activities and the funding non-profit organisations in Poland. He became President of the Foundation for Integrative Medicine Institute, achieving great success in its countrywide social projects. See:
In 2013 Marek studied the Buteyko Breathing method in Dublin Clinics for 6 months and he developed a clinical project called Breathenose.org with workshops for Polish and Irish patients, together with their General Practitioners, to improve the control of respiratory complaints in general medical practice.
Marek is a Fellow of Buteyko Professionals International.
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