Gyula Tamás Szigetvári, MSc

Gyula Tamás Szigetvári, MSc

physiotherapist, manual therapist

I treat – in my independent practice – mainly musculoskeletal pain in athletes, sedentary persons and patients after hospital rehabilitation.

I supplement the evidence-based examination and treatment method of physiotherapy with a holistic approach of manual medicine and manual therapy requiring university degree.

I spent several years in London, in the musculoskeletal, neurological, orthopedic and oncological departments of public hospitals, which enhanced my knowledge with a new kind of system theory and practical pragmatism.

Previously, as a personal therapist of the coach-driving team of Hungarian national team, I participated in maximizing the physical performance of daily workouts and races as well as in preventing injuries.

I taught foreign students at the rehabilitation department of Sports Hospital.

My treatment is based on a detailed movement examination which can be used to map the condition of muscles, the ranges of joint movements and nerve involvement.

In addition to the medical diagnosis, I differentiate the origin of the pain by special tests and assess the condition of the affected tissues. This is the basis of the treatment plan and – depending on the duration of recovery – the therapeutic goal can be decided together with the patient.

The procedure of therapy:

  • Recording anamnesis (medical history)
  • Physical movement examination (viewing, posture analysis, range of motion, muscle strength, nerve involvement)
  • Making functional diagnosis
  • Treatment plan discussion

Soft tissue treatment, joint mobilization during manual therapy:

  • Fascia release (protection of connective tissue surrounding the whole body)
  • PIR (postisometric relaxation)
  • Streching
  • Joint and neuromobilization
  • Sensomotoric training
  • Adequate strengthening and stretching of deep muscle
  • Posture control
  • Funcional training

Beyond the continuous scientific development, my professional motivation is the individualized treatment of patients suffering from the disease, and the restoration of their health as soon as possible, thus creating the conditions of a health-conscious, harmonious life.

The fruit of my active sporting is the successful completion of the olympic distance at the AJ Bell Triathlon in London.

Degrees / studies

2019 – Physiotherapy MSc (Master of Science), Semmelweis University, Faculty of Health Sciences

2003 – Manual therapist, Semmelweis University, Faculty of General Medicine

1997 – Physiotherapist, BSc (Bachelor of Science)

Professional experience

2015 – Manual therapist, Physiomed musculoskeletal private practice, Budapest

2017-2019 – Chief physiotherapist, Panoráma Medical Center, Budapest

2014 – Orthopedic and Neurological Rehabilitation, Mile End Hospital, London

2013 – Department of Musculoskeletal Diseases, Royal Free Hospital, MSK, London

2012 – Special training for cancerous patients, Marie Curie Hospice, London

2012 – Kieser preventive and sustainable strength training, London

2008-2012 – Medical sales representative and product manager / pain relief, NSAIDs (Non Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs), cartilage regeneration, at Bayer and IBSA pharmaceutical companies

2004-2008 – Directing manager of the BalanceNet Movement Studio, manual therapy, physiotherapy, Budapest

2000-2004 – Rheumatology and sports rehabilitation, Sports Hospital, Budapest


  • HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) registration, UK
  • Member of the Hungarian Physiotherapists Association
  • Member of the National Society of Spinal Medicine
  • Member of MESZK (Hungarian Chamber of Health Care Professionals)

Educational activity

Practical education for students majoring in Human Kinesiology in English at the University of Physical Education.

Language skills

English – Cambridge language examination, advanced

Our manual therapist works in close professional cooperation with our neurosurgeon, Dr Máté Nagy, who runs our Pain Management Center.