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Meet Zoltan Marosszeky

Posted by Elizabeth Hughes on 2 September 2020
Meet Zoltan Marosszeky

Have you met Zoltan Marosszeky?

Zoltan graduated from the University of Sydney as a Physiotherapist in 1998. He started working for the Australian Military which gave him extensive knowledge and clinical experience.  For more than five years Zoltan was the senior physiotherapist at OneSteel in Mayfield, and he's also a qualified Pilates Instructor.

He joined Charlestown Physio in 2006 and launched Newcastle Integrated Physiotherapy at Adamstown in 2016. During his time as a physio, Zoltan has seen and treated a variety of neuromuscular conditions, trauma and sporting injuries. He's passionate about treating clients and the importance of seeing them return to full function.

Zoltan has developed a reputation with local specialists and doctors for his successful rehabilitation of shoulder injuries. His expertise in Vestibular Rehabilitation- which addresses the symptoms of dizziness and vertigo- is renowned throughout the local area, with patients travelling from as far as Tamworth to see him.

When he's not at work, Zoltan enjoys the beach, camping and fishing. He likes to ride bikes on the weekend with his two boys Oskar and Felix. He loves diving, the beach and skiing in winter.

To book an appointment with Zoltan, please call us on 4957 2961.

Elizabeth HughesAuthor:Elizabeth Hughes
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