Manager of the rehabilitation facility at Vital Medic Hospital.
Witold Libionka, MD PhD
specialist in neurosurgery and neurotraumatology
Connected with neurosurgery since 1998, when he started his scientific activity and then, remaining a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Health, individual studies at the Department of Neurosurgery and Neurotraumatology of the Jagiellonian University Medical College. He continued his education at PhD studies at the Faculty of Medicine CMUJ in Krakow (2002-2006). During his specialisation in neurosurgery at the Department of Neurosurgery and Neurotraumatology of the Medical University of Krakow (2003-2010) he participated in numerous training courses to improve his professional qualifications (including Poland, USA, Germany, France). He completed a one-year research and clinical fellowship in functional and stereotactic neurosurgery at the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Rochester, USA.
Combining his professional and scientific work, he performs dozens of surgeries per month and participates in numerous research projects. He is the author or co-author of nearly a hundred publications and reports. His work on the mechanisms of action of deep brain stimulation has been awarded at national and international conferences and has been published in Nature Medicine and Nature Neuroscience.
He is an international consultant, teacher and lecturer in functional neurosurgery and oncology using functional mapping. He has expert experience in deep brain stimulation, spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulation, intrathecal pump-assisted baclofen treatment, and resection of glial brain tumors in the eloquent area performed with intraoperative awakening and electrophysiological monitoring of speech, movement, vision, hearing, and tactile functions (more than a thousand such procedures performed in total).
mgr Justyna Gembara
Jest absolwentką Uniwersytetu Medycznego we Wrocławiu, gdzie na wydziale nauk o zdrowiu z bardzo dobrym wynikiem ukończyła studia podyplomowe w zakresie neurologopedii klinicznej z wczesną interwencją logopedyczną.
Monika Stomal-Słowińska, MD PhD
specialist in neurochirurgy
Monika Stomal-Slowinska, MD, graduated from the Silesian Medical Academy in Katowice in 1998. During her specialisation in neurosurgery she gained knowledge and improved her skills by participating in several trainings and courses abroad. Among others, she studied in Germany and Great Britain (London). In 2012, at the Medical University of Katowice, she was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences for her thesis in neurosurgery. In 2015 she defended her PhD thesis in neuropsychology at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw. In the same year, she graduated with a degree in Aesthetic Medicine from the Medical College of Katowice, Poland, and a year later with a related degree in Anti-Aging Medicine from the International Center for Anti-Aging Medicine in Warsaw, a school under the auspices of the Society of Doctors of Aesthetic Dermatology (SLDE).
Monika Stomal-Slowinska, MD has many years of professional experience in the field of neurosurgery – she has been working in this field since her graduation.
Anna Włodarczyk, Msc
psychologist with clinical specialization, sexologist, psychotherapist
certified instructor of addiction therapy. Graduate of the Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities
member of the Polish Psychological Association.
a participant of a specialized training for profilers of missing persons
an expert of the Opole Province Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Opole in the area of widely understood psychological support
implementer of preventive social campaigns, for which she was awarded the title “Man of the Year 2016 in the plebiscite of NTO”
member of TSO, since 2006 closely associated with the State Fire Service as a Regional Rescue Specialist, in the field of psychological support for accident victims and firefighters
trainer in the field of teamwork, team building, contact with victims, including the profiles of missing persons, debriefing and defusing
handler of two dogs prepared for rescue work (with one she passed the exam of field specialty of class 0 of PSP)
Psychologist in Vital Medic Hospital in Kluczbork
Professional interests: since the cooperation with the Vital Medic Hospital, neuropsychology comes to the fore (more on this soon) and associated with the love of dogs activity in the Foundation “Opolsar,” the unit specialized in the search for missing persons using rescue dogs.
Mateusz Pawłowski, MD
specialist in neurosurgery
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine in Zabrze, Silesian Medical University in Katowice. Participant of doctoral studies at the Medical University of Wroclaw. Doctoral student at the Medical University of Wroclaw.
Specializes in neurooncology, spine and hydrocephalus surgery. He has improved his knowledge and skills during numerous national and international courses.