Rheumatology

Dr. med. Gábor Domokos Rheumatologist, Medicina, Hévíz

Dr. med. Gábor Domokos Rheumatologist

Medical and academic degrees
1975 Medical doctor, Medical University of Szeged, Hungary
1979 Specialist in Rheumatology and Physiotherapy
I graduated from the Medical University of Szeged in 1975. I worked at Saint Andrew’s Rheumatology Hospital in Héviz between 1975 and 1979. Subsequently I worked in thermal hotels in Héviz as the Head of Medical Services. At the moment, I am the Medical Director of a thermal hotel in Zalakaros.

My aim is to successfully treat my patients’ acute musculoskeletal complaints and to provide high-quality specialty care, medical advice and treatment management to those who come for musculoskeletal rehabilitation, recreation and preventive medicinal therapies.

Consulting hours

Tuesday 16:00pm-17:00pm

Wednesday 16:30pm-17:30pm

Friday 17:30pm-18:00pm

Telefon

+36 30 817 3762

Please call the number for registration and appointment.

Levelezés

domokos.gabor.dr@gmail.com

Medicina Praxis
5 Ady Endre Street, 8380 Hévíz

My aim is to successfully treat my patients’ acute musculoskeletal complaints and to provide high-quality specialty care, medical advice and treatment management to those who come for musculoskeletal rehabilitation, recreation and preventive medicinal therapies.

Our services

Full rheumatological examination of the musculoskeletal system

  • Problems of the vertebral column,
  • Problems due to abnormal curvatures of the vertebral column
  • Low back pain (management of acute pain, management of chronic pain)
  • Strain of vertebral column
  • Neck problems (spasmodic torticollis /wry neck/, cervical spondylosis, nerve root irritation and entrapment, cervical rib/ thoracic outlet syndrome, whiplash injuries)
  • Shoulder problems (rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder /adhesive capsulitis/)
  • Inflammation of the shoulder joint
  • Intercostal muscular pain
  • Tendon problems (tenosynovitis)
  • Elbow problems (“tennis elbow”, golfers’ elbow, olecranon bursitis)
  • “Carpal tunnel syndrome”
  • Dupuytren contracture
  • Scaphoid fracture
  • Knee problems (non-traumatic knee effusion, osteoarthritis /OA/, chondromalacia patellae, Baker’s cyst, ligament injury / collateral, cruciate/
  • Ankle and foot problems (Achilles tendonitis, flat feet /pes planus/, hallux valgus
  • Osteoporosis,
  • Osteoarthritis (OA)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis