OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA, January 10, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/– Stanford Who’s Who declares Waldemar Matuszewski a member of the distinguished class of professionals for his work in the field of healthcare services. Throughout his experience which spans over more than 40 years, Waldemar has consistently displayed the passion, resilience, and commitment required to be considered among the best specialists in his line of work.
Waldemar is an international figure in the rehabilitation branch due to his experience and outstanding achievements. He has participated in 5 Olympic Games and enabled numerous athletes to practice sports again. Waldemar is specialized in physical rehabilitation and micro electro stimulation for the muscles. His success is due mainly to his devotion and commitment to his profession.
Waldemar has practiced all over the world including Poland, Iraq, Germany, USA, Canada, Italy, and Argentina. A known presence in the world of sports Waldemar is an efficient therapist and talented healer. Outside his medical life, Waldemar loves outdoors activities such as skiing and sailing.
Waldemar has studied in Poland at the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Jozef Pilsudski. He chose the course of his education as a result of his passion. With a curious spirit, an open mind, and an admirable perseverance, Waldemar is now an accomplished physician enjoying the admiration and respect of colleagues, patients, and sportsmen.
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