Dr Levente Ilyés

Dr Levente Ilyés

neurosurgeon

In our Pain Management Clinic he examines and treats complaints of neurological origin, deals with disc herniation, slipped vertebrae, spinal stenosis, other pain in the hip, knee or other limb extremities as part of neurosurgery consultation. In the vast majority of cases, nerve-related complaints can be effectively treated with complex treatments, that are also available at the pain management clinic. Overall, this provides a faster and in many cases less risky way to deal with nerve complaints. Depending on the case, immediate pain relief may also be available during the consultation.

His areas of specialty include:

  • Treatment of degenerative spinal disorders (disc herniation, spinal stenosis, slipped vertebrae) using conventional and minimally invasive techniques
  • Treatment of skull and brain injuries, spinal fractures (in hospital)
  • Surgery for brain and spinal tumors (in hospital)
  • Treatment of cerebrovascular disorders (in hospital)

 

Professional experience

2015 – 2020  SZTE (University of Szeged) Department of Neurosurgery

2020 ÉKC  Új Szent János Hospital and Specialist Clinic

Qualifications

2015  General Medicine Degree – University of Szeged, Szeged

2021  European Neurosurgery Examination (EANS exam part I)

2022  Neurosurgery Specialist Examination

Training courses of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS)

June 2021 EANS course in Valencia (vascular neurosurgery)

November 2021   EANS course in Valencia (spine surgery)

He is a member of the Hungarian Neurosurgical Society and the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies

Congresses

20-22. 11. 2014   Budapest, Hungary

Congress of the Hungarian Neurosurgical Society and the Hungarian Neuro-oncological Society

13-15.10. 2016    Budapest, Hungary

Pain Management – The Science Behind

17-19.11. 2016    Lillafüred, Hungary

Congress of the Hungarian Neurosurgical Society and the Hungarian Neuro-oncological Society

Language skills

German advanced level – Goethe Institue