Georgina Várhelyi, lead physiotherapist
I graduated from the University of Szeged in physiotherapy. In the last ten years I have worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist. I lived in the UK for four years and worked as a physiotherapist. As member of a private clinic I learnt several new methods and techniques based on scientific research. After spendig years in the UK, I worked in Neyrac-les-Bains (France) at the wellness spa section of the popular centre of health tourism, and treated patients suffering from rheumatological diseases.
Sport and dance have always been an important part of my life. Beside my private praxis I worked as a therapist at the Hungarian Dance Academy mainly dealing with sport injuries and prevention. I also helpled ballet students as an instructor of body awareness.
I am both a chartered member of the Hungarian and British Association of Physiotherapists. In order to provide continuous professional development, I regularly attend Hungarian and foreign courses and conferences.
Georgina is currently on maternity leave.
- 2019- Fascia therapy with instruments course- Oriolus-Med
- 2019- Visceral manual therapy modul, I, II- Oriolus-Med
- 2018- FDM (fascia distorsion model) modul I.,II, III
- 2018- Kinesio Taping in pregnancy course
- 2018- Craniomandibular therapy workshop
- 2018- Medical flossing I,II Budapest
- 2018 - Craniosacral therapy modul I. Budapest
- 2015 - Craniomandibular therapy Budapest
- 2014 – Mulligan manual therapy: A+B, C- Budapest
- 2013 – APPI (The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) Pilates Matwork Level 1-Manchester, UK
- 2013 – Sport Kinesiology Taping course- Budapest
- 2010 – 2012 – Barvincsenko manual therapy- Budapest
- 2010 – Kinesiology Taping course- Budapest
- 2009 – Modified Pilates and the Gym Ball Course– Manchester, UK
- 2009 – Foundation Acupuncture Course-Manchester, UK
- 2009 – Fitness Instructor Certificate- Manchester, UK
- 2008 – Mental Health Course- Alderley Edge, UK
- 2007 – Manual Handling Course- Alderley Edge, UK
- 2006 – Swimming instructor Szeged
Takács Dorina, physiotherapist
I graduated at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Miskolc in 2017, as a physiotherapist.Before I joined Budapestfizio private practice , I was working with children and adults suffering from neurological and musculoskeletal problems. During this time I had completed numerious courses to practice new methods/manual skills. The Schroth course was a real challenge for me, I have learnt the complex treatment of scoliosis. I really like the phylosophy of Budapestfizio, I also think that it is not enough to focus on just one specific area. The body should be treated as a whole. To be effective it is important to individualize the treatment. As my colleagues, I am using the combination of different methods with the involvement of the patient, after thorough musculoskeletal assessment.
- 2021 - FDM (Fascia distortion model) modul 2 (Oriolus-MedAcademy)
- 2021 - Visceral manual therapy (liver, diaphragma)
- 2021- Scar tissue manual therapy
- 2021 - APPI Rehab Pilates Instructor training, matwork 1.
- 2021 - APPI (The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) Pilates Matwork Level 1
- 2020 - FDM (Fascia distortion model) modul 1 (Oriolus-MedAcademy)
- 2020 - Cupping therapy
- 2020 - Flossing therapy
- 2019 - Triggerpoint therapy and myofascial release
- 2019 - Schroth therapy, Modern scoliosis therapy
- 2016 - Kinesio Taping
Papp Johanna, physiotherapist
I graduated as a physiotherapist at Semmelweis University, Budapest. After graduating from university, I started working in a nursing home in Budapest, where I encountered most of the diseases typical of old age. I treated patients with rheumatology, cardiology, pulmonology, orthopedics, traumatology issues. In addition, I worked in a private musculoskeletal physiotherapy praxis and treated patients for various purposes. Working at the nursing home taught me compassion, patience, and adaptation, while the motivation and perseverance of those who came to the private practice never failed to inspire me to work together for a healthier life.
I admire what the human body is capable of, as everything is connected to everything. I get to experience the freedom and joy of movement not only on myself but also on my patients afetr traetment. I want to help my patients achieve their individual goals. Development and learning are important to me so that I can provide the best care.
Elekes Kata, physiotherapist
Noskó Tamás, medical/sport massage therapist
Nemes Ildikó, receptionist