Miracolo Clinic

Our mission, our history and our great team

Our mission

We are aware that in Poland alone there are about one million women affected by endometriosis, while in this part of Europe - up to several million. Talking with many of them, we do understand their difficult situation, which in an empathetic way evokes genuine sympathy and a desire to care for them. A large number of women struggle with a large misunderstanding of their problem, both in the family and medical environment ("after all it is normal that the menstrual period hurts").

We want to help them and effectively cure the main cause of pain and infertility! Our mission is to create a modern and international endometriosis treatment center in Poland, offering a minimally invasive novel diagnostics and disease treatment based on the best treatment tools available in the world of medicine.

A short history of Miracolo

The idea of ​​creating the Miracolo Clinic appeared at the beginning of 2016 in the minds of two brothers: Jan and Łukasz. Jan Olek is a gynecologist who for many years developed his surgical skills and medical experience in Germany. There he got to know the Western standards of diagnostics and the new approach of endometriosis treatment. He also had the opportunity to work with the most modern surgical instruments that allow the precise removal of endometriosis. Łukasz Olek is an IT specialist with the entrepreneur’s soul. He created the first online exchange office in Poland, which was a huge success. He came into contact with endometriosis and infertility in person and understood that this is an area that needs to be taken seriously. His aim was to offer the highest quality treatment using the best tools on a large scale. They share the same goal: willingness to help others. They decided to give Polish patients the possibility of endometriosis treatment at the highest level, based on a quality and modern, medical equipment. That's how Miracolo came about.

Initially, the treatments took place only in Germany, in Dortmund. Since July 2017 we have been working with Tomasz Songin - an experienced gynecologist from Warsaw. We started to perform a transvaginal laparoscopy in Warsaw enabling 100% diagnosis of endometriosis without leaving scars on the abdomen and removing endometriosis with a laser. We have also introduced surgical procedures for more advanced endometriosis using plasma surgery. Advanced cases of endometriosis, requiring a surgeon and urologist, are still carried out in the certified endometriosis center in Dortmund by doctor Jan Olek.

Why "Miracolo"?

You may wonder why we've chosen Miracolo (from latin: miracle) as our name. Do we perceive ourselves as miracle-workers? Definitely not. We consider human life as the greatest miracle. We are privileged that we can "touch" this miracle and serve so many women in getting their life back.

Our Team

Meet the team that is very determined to fight endometriosis.

Anna Serwatkiewicz
A graduate of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Medical Univer­sity in Poznań. For over 5 years associated with the area of clinical trials in pharma­ceu­tical compa­nies. In 2016, she decided to test herself in working with elderly people in the United Kingdom, where she became convinced that working with sick people brings great satis­fac­tion. Priva­tely, she is intere­sted in broadly under­stood medical topics, healthy eating and lifestyle.
Jan Olek
Board member
Deputy Head of St. Josefs Hospital in Dortmund. He deals everyday with surgical treat­ment of endome­triosis and other women’s diseases in repro­duc­tive age. Founder of the Endome­triosis Center at Josefs-Ho­spital in Dortmund. Training and certi­fi­ca­tions: Endoscopy in Repro­duc­tive Medicine (Leuven), Current Techni­ques in the Treat­ment of Severe Endome­triosis (Stras­bo­urg), European Society for Gyneco­lo­gical Endoscopy - The Winners (Leuven), Medical Consul­tant in NaPro­Tech­no­logy, Minimal Invasive Chirurgie Zerti­fi­kat. DaVinci Robotic Surgery. In private life a happy husband and a father of three children.
Mateusz Klimczak
A graduate of the Univer­sity of Physical Educa­tion in Poznań and the Academy of Physical Educa­tion and Health in Radol­fzell am Boden­see. He is constantly enriching his knowledge in the field of clinical diete­tics comple­ting specia­lised training courses. Initially associated with sports diete­tics, but for family reasons for three years focused on ferti­lity diet therapy and diet-re­lated treat­ment of nutri­tio­nally depen­dent diseases. In his contacts with patients, he draws atten­tion to nutri­tional educa­tion and a holi­stic appro­ach. Priva­tely, he is an enthu­siast of a healthy lifestyle and sport. Happy husband and father of two daughters.
Paweł Wójtowicz
He began his specia­li­za­tion in gyneco­logy and obste­trics as part of doctoral studies at the Depart­ment of Gyneco­lo­gical Endocri­no­logy at the Medical Univer­sity in Warsaw. He has been working in Germany since 2014. Together with Jan, he was involved in the treat­ment of endome­triosis in the St. Józef in Dortmund. Priva­tely, a happy husband and father of two children.
Tomasz Songin
A graduate of the Medical Academy in Poznań, where he began his profes­sional career. He completed numerous trainings in gyneco­logy, ultra­so­no­gra­phy, laparo­scopy and hyste­ro­scopy. He gained profes­sional experience in numerous Warsaw hospi­tals focusing on techni­ques of minimal­ly­-i­nva­sive gyneco­lo­gical surgery. Curren­tly, he is associated with the Clinic of Gyneco­logy and Obste­trics at the Orlowski Hospital in Warsaw. For the last few years, he parti­ci­pated in many clinical trials regar­ding the medical treat­ment for endome­trio­sis. Priva­tely, a happy husband and father of two wonderful sons.