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Treatment options for incontinence

Incontinence is not just a common health problem that affects the quality of life of many women every day, but it is also a sensitive issue that those affected are reluctant to talk about. This disturbing condition, which involves the involuntary leakage of urine, can manifest in various forms and severity levels, posing a significant challenge to those affected in their daily lives. However, the treatment of incontinence is not a hopeless struggle; with the advancement of modern medicine and technology, effective treatment options are available to improve the quality of life of those affected.

Treatment of lumbar spine disorders

Spinal problems can cause severe pain and a decrease in quality of life. Many patients, driven by fear of surgery, avoid seeking medical help, even though 90% of cases can be treated with conservative care without surgery. At Dr. Rose Private Hospital, comprehensive spinal care is provided, including thorough examinations, possible surgery, and rehabilitation. Dr. András Erbszt, orthopedic specialist and spine surgeon, answered our questions regarding comprehensive care.

What are the Orthopedic Benefits of Running?

Running, like most recreational sports, has numerous positive effects on our health, musculoskeletal system, and cardiovascular system. It is beneficial for all these. Consistency is key. By consistency, we mean incorporating at least two or three sessions of running or jogging per week, each lasting a minimum of half an hour. We spoke to Dr. Hangody László Rudolf, an orthopaedic-traumatologist at Dr. Rose Private Hospital, about running.

We can do much to prevent it - November is Prostate Cancer Prevention Month

Prostate cancer development is influenced by several factors. There are factors - such as age, genetics, and ethnicity - that we can't change, but we can do a lot to prevent prostate cancer by living the right lifestyle and getting regular screening. Dr. József Varga, urologist at Dr. Rose Private Hospital, summarizes what we can do to prevent the disease.

Generation X: self-sacrifice is not the solution

Generation X - sometimes referred to as the sandwich generation - is the name given to parents aged 35-55 who, because of the delay in starting a family, are often still caring for their own children while also looking after their ageing, ailing parents. We asked Dr. Erika Kopacz, a psychiatrist at Dr. Rose Private Hospital, about the impacts of this situation on those it affects.

Summer travel in safety

In the coming weeks, many people will be preparing for a summer vacation. To make your holiday as pleasant as possible, we have gathered the most important information with Dr. Beatrix Patai, an occupational health specialist at Dr. Rose Private Hospital.


If an implant happens to move after a breast augmentation operation, it is a big letdown as surgery costs a lot of money, not to mention the recovery time. Unfortunately, if the breast tissues and ligaments are lax, this can easily happen, but the Tio2Mesh mesh can help solve this problem.

Gastroscopy and colonoscopy

"It is equally important for us to identify the diseases that cause complaints in the digestive tract and to carry out gastroenterological screening," says Dr. Péter Fuszek, gastroenterology specialist at Dr. Rose Private Hospital, summing up the most important tasks in his field.

Proctology - It is vital that patients seek medical advice as soon as possible, with confidence and without fear

Proctology is the branch of medicine that deals with the last 20cm of the rectum. "The vast majority of patients usually come to us with a hemorrhoid. I think it is extremely important to ask the patient thoroughly about the symptoms, their nature and duration at the beginning of the proctological examination, as without this a wrong diagnosis could be made." In this article, Dr. Diána Mocsári, Dr. Rose Private Hospital’s proctologist, summarizes the most common diseases and informs us about the examination.