The National Center for Spinal Disorders, an affiliate of the Buda Health Center, is the only hospital in Hungary covering virtually the entire diagnostic and treatment spectrum of all disorders of the spine.


Personal datas

Name: Márton Rónai MD,Senior Consultant
Place & date of birth: Budapest, 1971.


University: Semmelweis Ignác Medical School, Budapest 1990-1996
Dissertation: "The Failed Back Syndrome"
High school: Budapest 1985-1990
Vincennes, France 1986-1987


Orthopaedic Surgeon, 2002
Medical Diploma, Hungarian Board of Physicians, 1996

Main interest

Minimal invasive spine surgery, intervertebral disc prosthesis, tumor surgery


Spine surgery
- Januar 2006. - June 2006
Spine Unit Departement of Orthopeadics CHU Victor Segelain, Bordeuax 2. (Bordeaux, France)
- Januar 2002. - October 2002.
Department of Orthopaedics, Semmelweis Medical School
- July 2000. - December 2001.
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Kremlin-Bicętre (Paris XI - France)
- Januar 2000.- June 2000.
Departement of Orthopaedics - National Institute of Phiziotherapy and Rheumatology Traumatology
-July 1999.- December1999.
Central Hospital of the Hungarian Army
General Surgery
-Januar 1999.- June1999.
Central Hospital of Hungarian State Railways

Postgraduate work

National Center for Spine Disorders

Spine Surgeon Januar 1997. - Present

National Life-Saving Service

Ambulance Doctor May 1995. - October 1999
Ambulance Officer Januar 1993. - May 1995.


French, English - written and spoken

Professional societies

Member of the Hungarian Spine Society
Member of the Hungarian Orthopaedic Society
AOSpine International

Suspension of outpatient and inpatient care in non-acute cases

Dear Visitor,

Amidst the current epidemiological situation and in line with the orders of the competent government bodies, the Buda Health Center (BEK Kft.) is suspending its outpatient and inpatient care in non-acute cases. This mainly pertains to the National Center for Spinal Disorders’ surgical care: as of today, the institute will only see patients in need of acute spinal treatment based on the referral of a general practitioner or a medical clinic specialist. We would like to ask our Patients not to make any further appointments as we will only keep this option open for referring doctors.      

As far as ongoing treatments are concerned, our dispatchers will continuously keep patients posted following the guidance of their respective doctors. Should you have any questions, we recommend contacting your doctor via email through the institute’s email address.      

This measure will change based on central orders upon the alleviation of the epidemic.      


Péter Pál Varga, M.D.
Founding Director