The ceremony was solemn and dignified. Red carpets, ceremonial tents, national flags, gifts, brightly-coloured inflatables and toys, and refined oriental sweets created a truly festive atmosphere for future patients, and numerous guests and officials invited for the occasion.
Under the terms of the partnership agreement, the international company CMRC LTD. and their Ukrainian partners will launch a network of similar centres for integrated treatment and rehabilitation using the Professor Kozyavkin Method in the UAE and other Middle Eastern countries. Prof. Volodymyr Illich Kozyavkin, Hero of Ukraine and top international expert in the rehabilitation of patients with diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system, will implement his highly effective treatment method at CMRC medical institutions, which will complete an accreditation procedure.
The inauguration of the Professor Kozyavkin Method Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre in Al Ain resonated widely in the UAE and the neighbouring countries. During the official visit of the President of Ukraine, the CMRC Centre welcomed Mrs. Maryna Poroshenko, the First Lady of Ukraine, as well as government delegations from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and a number of other countries.
The Professor Kozyavkin Method, an innovative medical technology from Ukraine has already garnered a positive reputation in Middle Eastern countries, since, in the past few years, dozens of patients from the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, etc. have successfully undergone medical treatment and rehabilitation using the Professor Kozyavkin Method in Ukraine (at Prof. Kozyavkin’s clinics in Truskavets and Lviv). The Professor Kozyavkin Method Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre, situated at the Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Centre in Al Ain, is an independent building with specialized rooms for treating and providing prophylactic aid in cases of diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system, therapeutic exercise rooms, therapeutic massage rooms, video surveillance and video games for motor skill development, as well as administrative and auxiliary premises.
The Centre will employ international medical staff who have been trained at the Professor Kozyavkin Method Training and Certification Centre (based at the International Clinic of Rehabilitation in Truskavets), as well as physicians and physiotherapists from Ukraine and Cyprus (at the first stage, they will be employed as instructors, and, after obtaining a license in the UAE, as doctors and physiotherapists).
We expect that this successful international partnership case will contribute to presenting a positive image of Ukraine in the international medical market.