A LARGE TEAM OF HEALTH PROFESSIONAL
PAU MAS VALENS
Registered Physiotherapist 507.
Physiotherapy service coordinator
Founder and co-owner
After studying physiotherapy I specialised in manual therapy, ultrasound, invasive physiotherapy and sports physiotherapy, concentrating on everything related to the world of running. Nowadays I divide part of my time between working in the clinic and in the management for a better cohesion of the team.
In sporting terms, I was federated in athletics, doing the event I was least good at 😉 the high jump, competing in several regional championships with the Balearic Islands national team. Later, as an amateur, I dedicated myself to mountain running, taking part in several popular competitions.
CATI Mª BONET CIFRE
Chartered physical educator 12256.
Back school coordinator.
After completing my studies in physical activity and sport sciences, I specialised in the field of health, especially in spinal pathologies. I have been trained in injury rehabilitation and exercise mechanics.
At a sporting level I started playing tennis when I was 6 years old and competed at Balearic level. At the age of 12 I became a member of the athletics federation, specialising in javelin throwing, with which I later competed for the senior Balearic national team, and nowadays adventure sports in the mountains, especially sport climbing, are my motivation.
MIQUEL BRUNET MORA
Registered Physical Educator 52881,
Training and rehabilitation service coordinator.
From my studies in physical activity and sport sciences I have specialised in football physical preparation, injury rehabilitation and strength training. I am currently training in exercise mechanics.
In terms of sport, I was a member of the football federation from the youngest age group until the end of my youth career. A lover of physical exercise and sport in general, I have practised sports such as paddle tennis and in recent years I have competed in some mountain races at regional level.
BEATRIZ DE JUAN AMENGUAL
I completed my studies of intermediate and advanced vocational training in administration and finance and fortunately I am able to work in this field.
Since I was little my parents always took me hiking and had a hiking group. My father has always been a runner. I started with rhythmic gymnastics (I had 0 style), then I started running and I did my little popular races, gym and dance, I was also paddle surfing for a while (a sport I love).
DIANA MAS LUZÓN
In terms of education, I have a vocational training in administration, and since I started working 13 years ago I have never worked in anything other than administrative tasks.
As far as sport is concerned, I have been swimming since I was very young until I decided to give it up when I was about 14 years old and after that I have been changing activities, but without a doubt what I have done most and what I like most is practising directed toning classes in gyms.
YOLANDA MARÍN FERNÁNDEZ
I have always enjoyed working in front of the public, being in contact with and helping people, which led me to study an intermediate degree in aesthetics. Now I am happy to have the opportunity to use these skills in my role as an administrative/receptionist to perform my tasks efficiently.
I have always gone to the gym to keep fit, doing supervised classes, but it wasn’t until recently that I started doing calisthenics.
AMÈLIA PONS HERNÁNDEZ
Registered Physiotherapist 943.
Physiotherapy, rehabilitation and back school services.
I studied physiotherapy at the UIB and my postgraduate training has focused on manual therapy, ultrasound-guided interventional physiotherapy, and back and injury rehabilitation, the latter being the field on which I am focusing most of my training time.
Sports… Tennis, football, climbing, mountain biking, running… I would highlight windsurfing and volleyball for what they have marked me and contributed to my life in many ways. Currently, beach volleyball and surfing are the sports that I prioritise the most in my free time.
BERNAT TOGORES MORLÀ
Registered Physiotherapist 1341.
I started my training in Cuenca doing the TAFAD (Higher Technician in Animation of Physical and Sports Activities). When I finished these two years I went to Vic to do the 4 years of the degree in physiotherapy. Once I finished, the following year I did a one-year Master’s degree in sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation, also in Barcelona. Since then I have been combining my work with different courses (dry needling, musculoskeletal ultrasound, dissection… among others).
My sporting beginnings were playing football when I was 4 years old, combining it with tennis. After a period in which I played futsal, at the age of 12 I returned to 11-a-side football. Until today, I have continued to enjoy playing football in different cities and teams, as for study reasons I have had to move around and I have always looked for a place where I could play… Nowadays, I still play federated and I intend to continue until the body can take it, always combining it with another hobby: paddle tennis!
JAUME VIDAL GARCÍA
Chartered Physiotherapist 1881 and Physical Educator.
Readaptation service and back school.
I became interested in the world of health-related exercise during my studies in CAFyD. That is why I started studying physiotherapy and specialised in therapeutic exercise, sports physiotherapy and invasive physiotherapy. After my internship at the centre, it gave me the opportunity to continue learning and working on my great passions with a great team.
In the world of sport I have been federated since I was 4 years old in what I consider my great passion: football, and although I am not currently practising it, at the centre I can work in the rehabilitation of football players. Not for this reason, I have stopped practising other sports disciplines such as running and paddle tennis, as well as constantly learning about everything related to the world of exercise.
MARCOS GÓMEZ LUQUE
Registered Physiotherapist 1135.
Rehabilitation Service Coordinator.
I think that the number of injuries I had between the ages of 16 and 21 and the fact that I realised that I wasn’t going to get rich from football was what pushed me to study physiotherapy so that I could work alongside real sportsmen and women. In terms of training, I finished my degree in 2013 at the UIB and since then I have continued training in techniques such as manual therapy, ultrasound and exercise.
I don’t remember not having played sport for as long as I can remember. I started when I was 5 years old playing football, which I played until I was 21, when, after an ACL injury, I took up running as part of my recovery. Currently, my main sport is trail running.
LAURA NAVAJAS FERNÁNDEZ
Registered Physiotherapist 1487.
In the field of education, I studied at the UIB (University of the Balearic Islands). Once I finished I started to combine work with different training courses. I have always been linked to sport; I started combining physiotherapy in a gymnastics team and in a football team, moving more and more towards working in the consulting room, without losing contact with the sportsmen and women.
As far as sports are concerned, I haven’t had much variety; I started artistic gymnastics at the age of 8 and stayed there until I was 21. Something that started as a hobby became my way of life, dedicating myself totally to it, sometimes even training with the Spanish national team. Now I’m more into the surfer thing, combining it with skateboarding.
MARCOS SORGA NIETO
Registered Physiotherapist 1773.
From very early on I became very interested in the importance of the active part in physiotherapy, specialising in therapeutic exercise and clinical reasoning. On the other hand, I also spend time learning about pain, its characteristics and behaviour”.
In terms of sport, I played football since I was a child in a team in Galicia, until I had to give it up because I had to move to another city. Nowadays I like to keep active doing any sport.
MARÍA DEL MAR SERRANO BARCELÓ
Registered Physiotherapist 1252.
Physiotherapy, rehabilitation and back school services.
In terms of training, after studying for a degree in Physiotherapy at the UIB, I have continued my training with postgraduate courses in Manual Physiotherapy and Therapeutic Exercise, as well as various courses: Echoguided Percutaneous Musculoskeletal Electrolysis (EPM), Echoguided Percutaneous Neuromodulation, and courses in basic and advanced ultrasound in sports injuries for physiotherapists.
As for sport, I practiced Olympic Wrestling since I was a little girl, being part of the Sports Technification Programme of the Balearic Islands and being a member of the Spanish Senior National Team between 2005 and 2013. The most remarkable thing is that I won 16 titles of Spanish Champion, and Bronze in the European Senior Championship in 2007.
MIGUEL ÁNGEL SILVÁN FRAU
Chartered Physiotherapist 1749 and Physical Educator.
Readaptation service and back school.
I began studying Physical Activity and Sport Sciences, it was there where I began to be interested in the field focused on health and sports rehabilitation, so when I finished I decided to complement my training with Physiotherapy to be able to address the patient throughout their recovery process. I currently dedicate my time to specialising in the field of sports, as this is what I am most passionate about.
I have been through several sports but football has been the one I have enjoyed following and playing the most. I am currently trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle through strength training. I am also getting into paddle tennis, a sport I really enjoy improving and playing.
PAU COMAS GAYÀ
Registered Physiotherapist 1546.
I started my training with an intermediate and a higher degree in physical sports activities, which served as a bridge to access a career in physiotherapy. When I finished my degree I did several training courses such as dry needling and ultrasound.
I started in the world of sport at a very young age, trying many sports, and it was basketball that entered my veins, playing in professional leagues until I started physiotherapy. Nowadays I still enjoy this sport and combine it with other activities.
AITOR VICENTE MORA
Registered Physiotherapist 1909 and TAFAD.
From the moment I had to decide on my studies, I did not hesitate to opt for my vocation, sport. I began my training as a technician in physical activities and sports activities, getting into the field of personal training and health. On my way to becoming a professional I looked for, to a greater extent, the relationship between health and exercise, I chose to study physiotherapy. Studies that have led me to have the opportunity to work in the world of professional sport. Today I combine my work in the clinic with working in a sports team. Jobs that give me the diversity to continue growing and training as a professional.
My life has always been linked to sport. From my first memories in football and the beginning in artistic gymnastics, a sporting stage that lasted 15 years at competition level. Achieving various achievements and participating in multiple competitions.
RAFEL BOSCH JANER
Registered Physiotherapist 990.
Professionally, I studied a diploma in Physiotherapy at the UIB and since then I have tried to continue my training by developing my profession as closely linked to sport as possible.
As for my sporting life, basketball and swimming have been part of my childhood, until I decided to give up basketball and now I practice triathlon, having previously tried trail running.
MARTÍ SERRA POL
Registered physiotherapist 726.
In 2008, I finished my physiotherapy studies at the University of the Balearic Islands. During the following years, I have tried to complete and update my knowledge by training in different fields: physiotherapy in traumatology and orthopaedic surgery, manual physiotherapy in the management of musculoskeletal pain, the study and treatment of TMJ and cranio-mandibular dysfunctions, cardiac rehabilitation, musculoskeletal ultrasound as well as invasive physiotherapy. Currently, I am passionate about the field of biomechanics and the treatment of runners.
At the age of 8 I started Taekwondo, which more than just a sport, became a way of life until I was 25 years old. I always combined it with another hobby: inline skating. Some time later, at the age of 28, like many mortals, I started running. First with the popular races and then giving way to the wonderful world of mountain races and ultra-distance running. Nowadays, I still take every opportunity to get lost in the mountains and dream of climbing new peaks.
MAGDALENA GINARD BURGUERA
Chartered Physiotherapist 8108 (CV) and Physical Educator.
Physiotherapy, rehabilitation and back school services.
My first academic contact in the field of sport was doing a degree in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences in Valencia. This degree can be approached from many points of view and the one that most caught my attention was the use of exercise to improve pathologies, physical conditions and injuries, which is why I continued my training by doing a degree in physiotherapy and thus being able to combine the two things.
What still represents me today is the desire to improve people’s health through exercise and movement.
I am not defined by any particular sport, I like to move, participate and try everything from paddle boarding on the beach, a hike in the mountains or a swim, so the dedication people show when they make their sport their way of life excites me.
MARINA GALLEGO DURÁN
Readaptation service and back school
AZUCENA GARCÍA CLARAMUNT
Chartered sports psychologist B-02930.
I did a degree in Psychology at the UIB, and later I did a Master’s degree in Sports Psychology at the UNED. I am passionate about the world of sports psychology as well as personal development based on the work of stress and anxiety at a personal or professional level. I am also getting into the world of injury recovery at a psychological level, and I am discovering a very exciting area. I consider it very important to break down barriers and stigmas related to psychological therapy, and I love working with an approach based on acceptance and understanding of the individual.
On a sporting level, I was lucky enough to be able to combine studies and basketball at the Balearic Technification Centre, and I have been able to enjoy this sport for about 20 years, some of them competing in state categories. I also like to keep active out of season, practising running, functional training, swimming or crossfit.
Registered Dietician-Nutritionist 384.
In terms of education, I graduated in Biology and Biochemistry from the University of the Balearic Islands. After my degrees, I did a master’s degree in Pedagogical Adaptation and another in Personalised Nutrition and Nutrigenomics. Subsequently, I did a PhD in Biochemistry (UIB). Personalised Nutrition and Nutrigenomics Programme, Training in Sports Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition and Vegetarian Nutrition ICNS (Institute of Health Sciences-Barcelona). Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics Isabel I University (Burgos). I was Head of the Nutrition Area at Mallorca Sports Medicine Hospital Sant Joan de Déu (2016-2019) and currently, I am a Nutritionist at RCDMallorca.
In reference to sport, I was a swimmer with the CN Palma in the Absolute Spanish Champion Team. Best qualification obtained 3rd Spain in 100 backstroke by categories. Then I did open water swimming, Masters swimming, triathlon (best qualification obtained 1st Spanish classified by category 1/2 Ironman Acudía 2015), mountain races (best qualification obtained 2nd classified by categories Trail Mallorca 2014) and finally, road cycling (best qualification obtained 1st categories in the 312 in 2012). As a hobby, what I like most is to practice outdoor sports (swimrun, road cycling, trail, open water swimming, triathlon, hiking).
SEBASTIÀ MUNAR CALAFAT
Dietician member number 501.
I began my training with a degree in Biology from the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB). I continued my studies with a master’s degree in cognition and human evolution also at the UIB. My curiosity for sports performance and nutrition led me to enter the world of nutrition and I graduated in dietetics, as well as taking several specialisation courses in sport, nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics.
As for my sporting life, I have played basketball for more than 20 years at federated level, even debuting in professional leagues. I have practiced mountain sports and I have a great passion for sea sports; canoeing, freediving and underwater fishing.