Michele Bianucci

Michele is an Italian physiotherapist, he graduated with honours from the University of Pisa, where he also specialized in Postural Osteopathy, Manual Therapy and Osteopathic Medicine. He continued his academic career as tutor and lecturer  at the Universities of Pisa, Florence and Ferrara; he participated as a lecturer in numerous courses and conferences on sports therapy. 
He has a passion for sports and has worked with sportsmen from the Italian Federation Tennis, the National Martial Arts Team, Competitive Sport Dance, National Master Ski and the Formula One Lotus Team, where he worked as the private physiotherapist for F1 driver Jarno Trulli.
Michele has worked as a physiotherapist at numerous sporting events, including the International NEC Wheelchair Tennis, the Triathlon Iron Man.
Michele is committed to identifying and addressing the root cause of musculoskeletal pathologies through the use of manual therapy and empowering the individual with postural rehabilitation and education. 
His approach starts from an accurate and global assessment followed by a variety of manual therapy options and specific rehabilitation guidance. Michele also enjoys hydrotherapy, rehabilitating and training in water to optimise results.
Michele is very active, enjoys running, lifting weights, gym and functional training. His favourite sport is martial arts and at the same time meditation for a healthy mind.