Even as a child, I’ve always imagined myself in a helping profession. I felt like the only way to be proud of my work would be to have a positive influence on the life of others. In high school, I found a passion for learning about the anatomy and biomechanics of the human body. A few years later, I was heading to Semmelweis University to study physiotherapy.
I started my career by working in the internal medicine and psychiatry departments of a hospital. Later, I worked in a physiotherapy clinic, specializing in spine medicine and sports rehabilitation. This is the side of physiotherapy that I found a real passion for.
Our modern lifestyle can be the root of many musculoskeletal problems.
In my work, I gathered experience in dealing with issues most common with office workers. I believe that the part physiotherapy plays in prevention („prehabilitation”) is just as important as treating current pain.
It can save a lot of trouble by assessing the possibility of certain injuries, so that we can prevent them before they occur. I learn manual therapy at Holisztikus Medicina Alapítvány. Using this method, I can assess and treat reversible changes in the musculoskeletal system. To fight acutepain more effectively, I also use taping and trigger point therapy, while cervico-cranio-mandibular therapy helps with jaw pain and cervicogenic headaches.
I attend regular physio trainings to keep my knowledge up-to-date so I can offer my patients an efficient and professional therapy.