Research work of our team traditionally is closely related to the therapeutic process. Our studies are directed towards better understanding of benefits and weak points of different rehabilitation methods, as well as further development of the new rehabilitation system – the Kozyavkin Method.
Our Truskavets’ school of rehabilitation was formed during long years of research and practical work and is known not only in Ukraine, but also in many countries of the world.
Our research team includes one doctor of sciences and 4 candidates of medical sciences. Short content of completed dissertation works are available on the page "Thesis of research work".
The aim of the current study is to evaluate an influence of the Spinal Manipulation on muscles spasticity and manual dexterity of patients with Cerebral Palsy.
Muscle spasticity was measured quantitatively in 29 patients with CP before treatment, after 1 spinal manipulation and after 2 weeks of treatment.
This study indicates that spinal manipulation may decrease spasticity of wrist muscles in patients with Cerebral Palsy.
14th International Child Neurology Congress was held 1-5 May 2016 in Amsterdam.
More than 1,400 participants from 90 countries took part in this distinguished forum, held under the motto "Bridging Worlds: Child Neurology from a Global Perspective" (http://icnc2016.org)
VII interdisciplinary scientific and practical conference with international participation "Cerebral palsy and other movement disorders in children" took place on 30-31 October 2017 in...
The VII Baltic Congress on Child Neurology, dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics Department of the St. Petersburg Pediatric State Medical...
Latest Books and Articles
V. Kozyavkin, M. Babadagly, H. Lun, O. Kachmar, S. Hordievych, V. Lysovych, B. Voloshyn
This book is essentially devoted to a new rehabilitation technology for treating patients with organic neurological lesions – the Intensive Neurophysiological Rehabilitation System.
V. Kozyavkin, N. Sak, O. Kachmar, M. Babadagly
This book is devoted to theoretical principles of motor dysfunction rehabilitation according to Prof. Kozyavkin’s Method and reflects 17 years of experience by the staff at the Institute of...