My name is Tamara Balogh, I graduated as a physiotherapist at the Faculty of Public Health of the University of Debrecen in 2017. After graduation I moved straight to Budapest and started my career at the Department of Cardiology Rehabilitation at St. Rókus Hospital. Currently I am working at the Department of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation at St. Margaret Hospital, where I am mostly treating elderly patients with neurological (Stroke, Parkinson, SM), traumatology (fractures, polytrauma) problems. I am also engaged in the rehabilitation of surgical (amputation) orthopedic (prostheses), rheumatology (spinal and joint) issues.
From my childhood I have always been interested in moving, exercising, starting with 10 years of latin and ballroom dance, and later I tried out a number of physical activities (swimming, spinning, Tae Bo, Pilates, gym). Right now I am more keen on practising CrossFit and weightlifting sports. In the past year I have met various complaints from many young athletes, so I started to train myself in this direction. I think it is important that the concept of prevention is integrated into the consciousness of young people as soon as possible, so that they are able to practise their favourite sport with proper care for their joints and spine, and they can pay attention to ergonomics in their daily work when they grow older.
In my opinion patient education is very important, so during my treatments I like to give a full picture of the causes of any issues, and to let them participate actively in solving these problems.
- 2013-2017 DE-Faculty of Public Health, Physiotherapist Specialization Bsc
- 2016 Mechanical tape course (3NS TEX)
- 2017 McKenzie A (lumbar spine) course
- 2018. Neurodynamics- peripheral nerve mobilization course,
McKenzie B (Cervical Spine) course
Integrated Proprioceptive Training
- 2019. 3D Scoliosis Therapy Course
- Fascial release techniques by using compressional stimuli (Gyógytornászda)
- 2019-2021 Manual Therapy (Holistic Medicine Foundation) - IN PROCESS