My path to medicine was lengthy. During my school years, I engaged in sports activities and attained the rank of Master of Sports in boxing. Thus, without much contemplation, I joined the Institute of Physical Culture and Sports to pursue coaching after completing school in 1980. While studying, I was acquiring skills in classical massage and Eastern techniques such as acupressure and reflexology.
In 1984, I successfully graduated and began working as a boxing coach. However, my interest in studying medicine only increased. Thus, I decided to continue my education...
The University of Tartu (1987-1992) became a serious foundation for me in the study of medicine. In parallel with my studies, I used to work as a massage therapist in hospitals in Tartu. This contributed to a more active and persistent studying of what can help people avoid getting sick..
After graduating from the medical faculty with a specialization in "sports medicine", I used to work as a doctor for the Ukrainian national team in cycling. During this period, I gained valuable experience of working as a doctor in the "field" conditions. I had an opportunity to visit many countries in Europe and become well-versed in massage techniques and manual therapy.
In 1997, I was invited to work as a lecturer at the Department of Sports Medicine and Sanology. I taught courses in sports traumatology, sports cardiology, and sports rehabilitation. The department's teachers encouraged me to learn more about valeology (the science of health, not illness), which opened me up a way for understanding the interrelationships between physical, energetic, and informational factors in the human body (holistic approach). This became the beginning of my studying of a diagnostic direction in modern medicine called "applied kinesiology"...
I consistently improved my professional qualifications at the Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine (formerly the National Academy of Postgraduate Education). In 2007, I defended a scientific dissertation in the field of "therapeutic physical education and sports medicine - 14.01.24".
I studied medical kinesiology and acquired skills in visual and manual diagnosis and correction of human body dysfunctions at the Academy of Medical Kinesiology and Manual Therapy under the guidance of Professor L.F. Vasilieva, Doctor of Medical Sciences. I also attended multiple training seminars held by the Ukrainian Association of Applied Kinesiology.
The main focus of my work is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal and spinal disorders, as well as providing assistance in the recovery process after traumas and surgeries on the musculoskeletal system. I help people preserve, strengthen, and restore their health, utilizing my knowledge of MEDICAL KINESIOLOGY. I do not treat diseases, but rather assist in expanding the body's reserve capabilities, which can help the body deal with many ailments on its own!