Dr Balogh completed her general medical studies at the Semmelweis Medical University before taking specializations in radiology, surgery, gastroenterology and as a general practitioner. She has been carrying out diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopies (gastroscopies, colonoscopies, polypectomies and hemostasis) since 1991 and has also amassed a huge amount of experience in treating infectious diseases, the diagnosis of colon and rectal cancer, and patient care. Dr Balogh has experience in Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) and surgical insertion. Dr Balogh founded a club for patients who have a stoma (of the small intestine, colon or urinary tract) in the Hungarian town of Pápa in 1991, and she led the group as its medical patron until she moved away from the area. Dr Balogh offers professional care for patients suffering from recurring illnesses with symptoms related to the digestive system (problems swallowing, reflux, feeling bloated, fecal abnormalities), rectal pain and bleeding. She administers treatment (banding) for hemorrhoids-related complaints and also deals with the removal of ingrowing toenails, moles, atheroma and viral warts. For decades, Dr Balogh has been using smart bandages for patients with foot and pelvic ulcers.
Dr Balogh places a strong emphasis on screening examinations, identifying and treating illnesses in their earliest possible phase and helping patients understand and learn about the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
She enjoys hiking and travelling, reading, attending the opera and concerts and gardening.
Dr Balogh only provides care in the Hungarian language.