Specialisation: post-operative rehabilitation of children and adults
"My aim is to help people who come to me to recover as quickly as possible, taking into account their individual needs!"
2013-2015.Semmelweis University, Faculty of Health Sciences, MSc - Physiotherapist
2003-2007: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Health Sciences
Nursing and Patient Care - Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Patient Care - Specialization in Physiotherapy
Courses, further education:
McKenzie course "C" course (2011)
McKenzie Institute in Hungary
McKenzie course "B" course (2010)
McKenzie Institute of Hungary
McKenzie course "A" course (2009)
McKenzie Institute Hungary
Kinesio Tape (2008)
Professional appearances, publications, conferences:
Vadász, A., Varga, M., Baracsi, M. (2011). Physiotherapy: Professional Journal of the Hungarian Society of Physiotherapists, 20 (3), 8-10.
Tóth, K., Vadász, A., Kassai, T., Varga, M. (2011). How to mobilize when he cannot use the crutches? Physiotherapy: Journal of the Hungarian Society of Physiotherapists, 20 (3), 11-12.
Kassai, T., Vadász, A., Hrabovszki, N. (2011). Rehabilitation difficulties of a girl with severe lower limb injury. Physiotherapy: Journal of the Hungarian Society of Physiotherapists, 20 (2), 6-10.
Vadász, A., Baracsi, M., Kassai, T. (2011). Early physiotherapy following elbow joint arthrolysis in childhood. Physiotherapy : Journal of the Hungarian Society of Physiotherapists, 20 (2), 11-13.
XXVII Meeting of the Pediatric Traumatology Section:
Care of knee injuries from the physiotherapist's perspective in the early postoperative period
Physical therapist's view of knee injuries in the early and late rehabilitation period
Joint 2010 Congress of the Hungarian Orthopaedic Society and the Hungarian Traumatological Society:
Application of K-active taping technique in traumatology (initial results) Melinda Baracsi - Krisztina Tóth - Andrea Vadász Péterfy Sándor Utcai Hospital, Outpatient Clinic and Trauma Centre, Budapest
New approach to the treatment and physiotherapeutic management of pediatric dislocated supracondylar humerus fractures in our institute Andrea Vadász - Melinda Baracsi - Marcell Varga - Tamás Kassai Péterfy Sándor Utcai Hospital, Outpatient and Accident Centre, Pediatric Traumatology Department, Budapest
Accredited Oftex course: sutures and interfaces in the hand surgery care - practical workshop (2023) - instructor
Since 2008, I have been working at the National Trauma Centre, where I am involved in the early mobilisation and long-term rehabilitation of paediatric and adult patients who have been injured in accidents and undergone orthopaedic surgery.
My aim is to help people who come to me to recover by providing personalised therapy methods, taking into account their individual needs.
The hand plays an important role in everyday life, its normal function is essential in our daily activities and therefore, in my opinion, it needs special attention.
In my work I strive to help the patient to return to their daily routine as soon as possible!