Judit Csíki M.D. graduated from Semmelweis University in Budapest in 1989 with a summa cum laude qualification. Thereafter, she worked in a rheumatology clinic for a few years, and then gained nearly 20 years of rheumatology practice at the National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy. In 1995 she passed the rheumatology and physiotherapy exam, and in 2001 the musculoskeletal rehabilitation exam with a remarkable result. During her time at the National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy (ORFI), in addition to the pharmacological and balneo-physiotherapy treatment of the more common musculoskeletal disorders, she also gained expertise in the treatment of autoimmune rheumatological diseases. She has worked closely with neurosurgeons, orthopaedic surgeons, and neurologists on orthopaedic and neurosurgical surgeries that are often required in case of patients with rheumatic complaints.
Due to the indispensability of radiographic examinations, She works in close contact with radiologists. In connection with her second specialization, she took part in the rehabilitation of severely injured people at the National Institute of Medical Rehabilitation. From 2011 she continued her work at St. Imre University Teaching Hospital. She provides outpatient care and performs rheumatological consultation of the patients treated in the hospital. As a result, she has gained extensive experience in the treatment of patients with severe internal medical conditions, with a number of diseases and undergoing surgical care, in close collaboration with medical fields of internal medicine and surgery.
She has been a member of Dr. Rose Private Hospital since 2008 and has been providing outpatient rheumatology care.
She also treats English-speaking patients.
She has 2 adult children and enjoys reading in her spare time.
Examination and treatment of autoimmune, inflammatory and abrasive musculoskeletal diseases, pains and restricted range of movement. For example, arthritis, gout, spinal diseases, disc herniation, osteoporosis, joint wear. Furthermore, dealing with other symptoms that may cause bone, cartilage, ligaments, and muscle damage.