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Body without injuries is one of the main working areas for a physiotherapist. Optimizing physical exertion and proper recovery after that is important for success in professional sports. A physiotherapist-rehabilitator can help you with this, and speed up body’s recovery processes. As a player matures, the loads will increase, and one of the physiotherapist’s tasks is to keep the player's body healthy as long as possible. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to recovery from an early age so that the body is ready for loads. Another goal of physical therapy is to help an athlete return to the training and playing process after injuries in the shortest possible time without harming health.

Denys Yurenkov

Physical therapist

National University of Physical Education and Sports of Ukraine. 

Master's degree in "Health care", specialization - Physical Therapy.

Physical therapist of the Ukrainian national tennis team in the Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup, season 2017-present.

Physical therapist of the national Olympic tennis team of Ukraine - Tokyo 2021.

Additional education: 

Mulligan Concept: Quadrant A,B,C.

PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation): 1.2 Advanced 3A.


Field of work: 

Sports injury and rehabilitation after surgeries - orthopedics and traumatology, injury prevention and back pain.

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