Indications and Contraindications - Kozyavkin Method

Main Indications

  1. Cerebral Palsy (all forms)
  2. Gross and fine motor delay
  3. Post traumatic brain injury, stroke and neuroinfections at least 6 months after the event
  4. Vertebral pathology with low back pain
  5. Impairments of the autonomic nervous system, e.g. functional cardiac and respiratory complaints
  6. Headaches and Migraine


  1. Congenital anomalies of the vertebral column and of the central nervous system
  2. Expressed spine instability – spondylolisthesis, and expressed osteoporosis
  3. Acute inflammatory and infectious diseases of the central nervous system
  4. Acute period after the brain trauma and stroke
  5. Severe brain damage
  6. Decompensated Hydrocephalus
  7. Severe epilepsy and convulsions with frequent seizures
  8. Tumors of the spine, spinal cord and brain
  9. Inflammatory diseases of the spine
  10. Prior spine surgery
  11. Fragile medical condition
  12. Pronounced psychiatric disorders


In doubtful cases, the decision is made individually after extended examination and review of medical records.