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Specialist consultation

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internal consultation and examination

What happens during an internal examination?

During the course of an internal examination the internist cures diseases which involve the human body and its internal organs (heart and vascular system, respiratory organs, hematopoietic organs, digestive organs, liver, endocrine glands).
The examination consists of a full health check based on analyzing personal eating habits, laboratory findings and screening tests. Then a personalized treating plan is made for you which may include changing habits, going on a diet and having other available treatments at Barack Therapeutics.


The most important step of the internal examination is getting a thorough picture of the patient’s medical history. It is necessary to take a survey of the patient’s and his/her family members’ previous diseases.  The aim of the examination is to reveal pathographies like high blood pressure, cardiac infarction, aortic stenosis, thrombosis, embolism, disorder of the liver, bilious complaints, diabetes, lipid metabolism deviations, endocrinological problems, diseases of the respiratory and urinary organs, locomotor problems, disturbance of development, tumors. Then comes a physical and instrumental diagnostic examination: EKG, measuring blood pressure, examination of breathing functions and peripheral veins, laboratory test.


Did you know?


Life in the fast lane may cause overloading and stress which can be the most harmful thing to our health. Even at young age the ’manager syndrome’ is really common: insomnia, lack of appetite or indigestion, high blood pressure, heart problems. Another main concern of our society is obesity which can lead to the rise of cholesterol level and diabetes. These symptoms can be brought to an end at an early state by changing our eating habits and lifestyle. By curing an evolved disease it is essential to have regular internist and laboratorial care and a proper medicinal treatment. Our highly trained professional can give assistance in the situations mentioned above.


Our Internist Specialist: dr. Lívia Hegedűs


Rheumatological consultation and examination

What happens during a rheumatological examination?

The rheumatologist thoroughly asks about your medical history and symptoms, then she will minutely examine your locomotor organ-system taking special care to the problematic body part. The examination is supplemented by a partial neurological test which consists of measuring reflexes, muscle power and loss of feelings. The doctor studies your previous medical documents and may suggest additional examinations. If there is no need for further examinations, she will establish a diagnosis, make a treatment plan and choose among either balneotherapy or electrotherapy.


She will let the patient know about the treatment plan since an effective treatment requires complete agreement with the patient. Our patients always have the possibility to ask questions and we devote sufficient time to answer them.

Did you know?


Rheumatology is a conservative treatment of locomotor diseases, which means that no surgeries are made. A rheumatologist task is to deal with the problems of the spine, vertebral disks, joints and the surrounding ligaments, muscles and tendons. For instance, rheumatological illnesses are inflammatory (autoimmune or metabolic origin) joint diseases, degraded joints and painful states of the spine. A rheumatologist deals with osteoporosis, too.

A rheumatological examination is needed if you have:

  • strong pain in your joints which restrict movement of the limbs lasting for more than 1-2 weeks
  • stiffness of the joints and restricted movement in the joints or around the spine for weeks or months 
  • strong pain in any of the limbs coming from the spine
  • backache, neck ache or pain in the waist due to daily overload 
  • numbing limbs 
  • waist or neck ache which lasts for more than 1 or 2 weeks carpal tunnel syndrome
  • multiple fractures
  • menopause
  • pain at night which disturbs sleeping

Our Rheumatologist Specialist: dr. Katalin Nemes
Consulting hours: Monday 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
OEP financed consulting hours: Monday 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.


angiological consultation and examination

What happens during an angiological examination?

Angiology is concerned with the diseases of blood and lacteals. Angiopathies (diseases of the arteries, veins and lacteals) are common among adults and a great number of people are carried away by these diseases.

We can have an effect on some causes of these diseases however we cannot influence all of them. For instance, genetic qualities, age and gender cannot be influenced. However, we can have an influence on lifestyle, smoking, obesity, lack of movement. Chronic illnesses like diabetes, high blood pressure and abnormal blood lipid level can increase the risk of angiopathies. 

The vascular system ensnares the whole body and its diseases can affect the entire organism. The serious consequences of angiopathies are partly because they are systematic diseases. So it is really important to discover the risk factors contributing to angiopathies, eliminate these risk factors, and apply proper medicinal treatment.
Complex treatments of arterial diseases:

  • aortic stenosis examination on upper and lower limbs (Doppler examination)
  • finding risk factors
  • diagnosing high blood lipid level, diabetes and high blood pressure 
  • treating vein complications of patients who have risk factors 
  • preventing complications, lowering risks 
  • check-up, EKG, laboratory tests
  • Angiological screening tests 
  • Arterial risk test (ankle/arm index) 
  • Venous deficiency (reflux) examination

Please visit the Barack Medical Centre if you have aortic stenosis, angiopathy, varicose veins, lymphoedema, inflammation of varicose veins, thrombosis or leg ulcer.


Did you know?


It is worth visiting an angiologist if you have:
  • leg ache during walking, fingers and toes becoming purple or ulcerated.
  • varicose veins, heavy leg feeling, swelling of feet, suspicion of deep venous thrombosis
  • Chronic illnesses (diabetes, high blood pressure, high blood lipid level) with a chance of complications like aortic stenosis or leg ulcer
  • Thrombosis, varicose veins or other angiopathies occurring in the family


Our Angiologist Specialist: dr. Márta László




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