I was still in high school when I took the first massage course of my life. That’s when I experienced what it felt like to help others. These experiences set me in the direction of physiotherapy. I graduated in 2013 from the Faculty of Health Sciences of Semmelweis University.
I did my internship first in an orthopedic rehabilitation department where I could deal mainly with patients who had had hip or knee prosthesis surgery and then in a neurology department I worked with mostly stroke patients. I pursued my career at the National Spinal Medicine Center, where I was able to get up close and personal with the wide range of treatments for various spinal problems: conservative and postoperative therapeutic procedures.
During this time, I was constantly training myself. My focus was mainly on manual therapy techniques. In many cases,I observe with admiration how deep we can work with simple and gentle techniques, literally. We heal not only the body but also the soul, so our profession really becomes holistic.
I want to help those who turn to me to regain their physical and mental balance.
- McKenzie therapy A, B, C, D
- Multidisciplinary treatment of peripheral neural structures
- Maitland manualtherapy
- Lumbar segmental stabilization training