Who we are - Our Team

Konstantinos Sakellariou

Physiotherapist, ΡΤ-ΟΜΤ. MSc
Senior Clinical Instructor in Manual Therapy
Certified Adults’ Educator Ser. Num. ΕΑ 24322
Licensed Physiotherapist in Saxony State Germany

I worked as a physiotherapist for six years in Athens from 1991 to 1996. In 1993 I started my Manual Therapy training in the Kaltenborn-Evjenth concept. In 1997 I moved from Greece to Germany where I worked at Klinik Bavaria which is a state-of-the-art private rehabilitation clinic, while at the same time continuing my education in Manual Therapy in Greece and Germany. In 1998 I successfully passed the exams for the diploma “OMTP-Orthopedic Manipulative Physiotherapist”, 4 hours written and 2 hours oral.

I stayed in Germany for a total of 2 years, where I had 2,859 Manual Therapy sessions with clinic patients in my official personal clinic statistics.

At the end of 1998 I returned to Greece and in 1999 I opened the Physiotherapy Hospital, which I still maintain at 15 Avydou Street in Zografou.

Since 1998 I have been teaching specialization programs in Manual Therapy in Greece and abroad.

In 2018 I obtained my master’s degree from the Medical School of the University of Athens in molecular and applied physiology.


φυσικοθεραπεια κωστασ σακελλαριου manualphysiotherapy ασπασια πολυδωρου

Aspasia Polidorou
PT-OMT, Cert. Acu, MSc

Technological Educational Institute of Athens
School of Health and Welfare Professions
Department of Physiotherapy

Vasiliki Polykreti

ΡΤ, Can OMT, Cert Acu,

Pilates Instructor

University of West Attica

Department of Physiotherapy

Our Scientific Collaborators

MD Neurosurgeon

Chris Gogos

B’ University Neurosurgery Clinic EKPA, Director of NHS, President of the Hellenic Society of Stem Cell Transplantation in spinal cord Injuries

Clinical Pharmacist

Diamantis Klimentidis

MSc Pharmaceutical Clinic, MSc Aging & Disease Management


Διαιτολόγος - Διατροφολόγος

Andreas Zourdos

BSc in Human nutrition, University of Westminster, London, UK

Professor of Physical Education

George Georgas

Department of Physical Education and Sports, majoring in Eurostat and Health.