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Végh Anett

Anett Végh

Physiotherapist, Health Promoter

Where are you employed, what do you do now, and what is your favorite topic/research area within your field of specialization?

I am a physiotherapist and I am currently engaged in several different fields: musckulosceletal pre- and rehabilitation, plevic floor training, maternity exercises, Mummy Tummy Training (aimed at the post-partum, open abdominal muscles), and lymph therapy. In addition to my range of therapies, I also provide manual fascia treatment, therapeutic massage and kinesiotaping. I am planning to host two training courses in 2020 regarding scar tissue treatment and FDM1-3 (fascia distrortion model).

In what fields can you offer guidance and what is your specialized field in support of this program?

Within the YourLife program I offer my professional services to students and employees of the Medical School regarding personalized physiotherapeutic treatments in order to induce the healing process following injuries or operations, to prevent or terminate any musculoskeletal discomfort, and to prepare my clients to begin a new hobby or sport.

Personal info and background:

I began my studies in the field of health science in 2009 at the University of Pécs. I graduated as a recreational organizer and health promoter in 2013 and I began my career as a physiotherapist in 2015. Following graduation, I began working at the departments of musculoskeletal, reumatologic, and gynecological rehabilitation at the Zsigmondy Vilmos Thermal Apa & Hospital in Harkány. I was practicing lymph therapy and providing physical activities for patients in weight-loss programs. Between 2016 and 2018, I was working with children struggling with incontinency within the Urinary Training Program .

Please share a message or comment you feel relevant regarding the Health Plan, specifically, why you joined:

I am honored to be in the program. I wish to provide professional services and assistance to fellow colleagues working in the administrative field to compensate the harmful effects of sedentary work and decrease their symptoms regarding musculoskeletal lesions.

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