since 2020 m.
Offers classes in the gym and in water for pregnant women and helps relieve back pain, strengthen abdominal muscles and prevent diastasis recti (separation of the abdominal muscles).
Evaluates the motor development of infants and children, organizes physiotherapy activities for infants in the gym and in water.
Helps with patient recovery after illnesses and/or injuries. Examines posture and helps to correct it. In the case of sideways curvature of the spine (scoliosis), helps to stop its aggravation and the development of other symptoms related to the deformity. Examines movement performance and muscle imbalance and helps to reduce it.
2020 – Master’s studies in clinical physiotherapy, Faculty of Nursing, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences.
2016-2020 – physical therapist, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.
From 2020-onwards physical therapist, Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre.
As part of her continuous professional development, Viltė Štrapenskaitė regularly participates in training courses and conferences.
Vilte enjoys active leisure time: working out, hiking in nature, also, cooking and reading books, especially on psychology.