Balazs Bartos MD is a consultant anaesthetist and pain physician. He completed his anaesthetic training in Hungary and has got over 20 years of experience in anaesthesia and intensive care. In 2013 he completed a one year fellowship in pain medicine at the pain training centre of the West Midland rotation in Dudley, United Kingdom under the supervision of Professor Jon Raphael. He gained experience in interventional as well as in multimodal and multidisciplinary pain management. After that he worked as a locum consultant at North Devon District Hospital as anaesthetist and pain physician. In 2017 he returned to Hungary and since then he has been working at the Medical Centre of the Hungarian Defence Forces where he is lead clinician of the chronic pain service.
Since 2019 he has been working at Saint Magdalena Private Hospital as pain physician and anaesthetist. He is member of the British Pain Society. He attended many courses in interventional pain management mainly in he UK and he was member of faculty of international teaching courses in regional anaesthesia and interventional pain management.
His main interest is ultrasound and x-ray guided regional blocks and interventional pain management in complex pain syndromes, low back pain, cervical pain, cancer pain.