I have been practicing sports since I was a kid: volleyball, artistic gymnastics, tennis and snowboard.

At the age of 10 years old I tried waterski, my father’s favorite sport, which became a passion and almost a job.

I was training every day (after school) from April to October and I was working out at the gym during winter.

Waterski is a sport that requires high concentration, precision and strength but It is also very traumatic. When you try new things you fall a lot, and I can assure you that falling into water at that speed with a ski attached to your foot is not very pleasant!

I came in contact with different therapists such as orthopedics, physiatrists, PTs and osteopathic manual practitioners while practicing such a traumatic sport.

I was always so interested when they were explaining to me why I’d felt pain and what to do to get better and I could remember that pretty easily.

Understanding how I got injured, how my body was reacting and working and how to heel it fascinated me.

When it was time for me to choose a university I was torn between PT and Osteopathy. I knew well what PT did and I knew that osteopathic manual practitioner worked on a lots of different things but I really could not understand very well how.

The osteopathic university seemed pretty difficult but I went to open days in 2 different schools and then the choice was obvious.

I forgot about everything that was scaring me and I enrolled in Accademia Italiana di Medicina Osteopatica.

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I graduated in 2016 from Accademia Italiana di Medicina Osteopatica (AIMO) in Saronno.

I attended the 5 years full-time course. In addition to the italian Diploma in Osteopaty (D.O.) I have a Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy (B.Sc. Ost. Hons. Uk) issued by the British College of Osteopathic medicine (BCOM) in London (2016).

During the 5 years course, I spent 1200 hours of clinical training with adults, seniors and kids (0-18).

View the Diploma of Osteopathy and the certificates of participation in the specialist courses in which Martina Bagnoli participated.

I have been part of the teaching staff for the articulatory techniques subject and I have been part of the research department as a research project (thesis) supervisor at AIMO.

I work at :

  • Reformotiv Physio + Pilates;
  • Unplug Hour Wellness;
  • Vancity Osteopathy;

I am registered with Registro Italiani Osteopati (ROI) and with.



  • “Pediatric neurological examination”- Dr. Castagnini
  • Kinesiotaping (KT1-KT2)


  • “Systematic reviews of scientific literature”- Dr. Dal Molin;
  • “Integration of autonomic functions, interoception and pain”- Dr. Janig;
  • ICAOR 11 (International Conference of Advances in Osteopathic Research);
  • “Research protocols/projects supervision”- Maggiani A., Abenavoli A.;
  • “Head and neck topographic anatomy”- Dr. Sangiorgi;
  • “Therapeutic setting psychobiology: communication, perception, motivation and effectiveness of the treatment”- Dr. Gallace;


  • “Spine and chest topographic anatomy”- Dr. Sangiorgi


  • PG ” Chronic Pain Management in a biopsychosocial prospect: new evidence and clinical approach”- Calabrese E., Ronchi M.


  • PG ” Chronic Pain Management”- Ronchi M., Colombo M.

I have been a waterski athlete from 2001 to 2013. I won Italian championships three times and I competed for the Italian national team at the European championships in Orthez (FR).

I am the Italian open waterski champion of 2018.

As part of the sports environment, I often visit athletes and I am familiar with sports dynamic and trauma.