Leading Researcher, Laboratory of Consequences of Traumas and Diseases of the Spine and Spinal Cord, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Excellence in Healthcare of the Republic of Belarus
Experience 38 years
Degree Candidate of Medical Sciences
Category Highest qualification category
graduated from the medical faculty of the Minsk State Medical Institute
specialized internship in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal deformities in Poland
specialized internship in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal deformities in Germany, Dusseldorf
specialized internship in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal deformities in Germany, Münster
advanced training on the basis of the Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education
Lecturer of the course on the treatment of spinal deformities at the Luoyang clinic, China
Lecturer-teacher of the course "Diagnostics and complex treatment of scoliosis in children" in the Russian Federation, Kazan, St. Petersburg
Lecturer-teacher of the SRS course (Scoliosis Research Society) Russian Federation, Novosibirsk
Lecturer-teacher of the SRS (Scoliosis Research Society) course Russian Federation, Moscow
Lecturer-teacher of the course "Comprehensive treatment of scoliosis in children" Russian Federation, St. Petersburg
defense of a Ph.D. thesis on the topic "Elongation of the lower extremities and elimination of their deformities by distraction epiphysis
The results of the work were included in the Clinical Protocols "Diagnostics and treatment of patients with spinal deformities on an outpatient basis" and "Diagnostics and surgical treatment of patients with spinal deformities (scoliosis) using implantable metal structures and transplantation of bone fragments with a cortical layer" (Resolution of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus 01.06 .2017 No. 51).
Tesakova D., Beletsky A., Tesakov D., Michasevich N., Makarevich S. THE RADIOLOGICAL THREE-DIMENSIONAL METHODOLOGY OF SCOLIOTIC SPINE DEFORMITIES EXPRESSIVENESS ESTIMATION Abstracts of the report No. 22055 in the electronic collection. SICOT Congress (Pattaya, Thailand, October 29 - November 01, 2009)
Tesakova D.D., Tesakov D.K. Trunk proportionality change features in patients with heavy progressive scoliotic spine deformities. Abstracts of the report No. 25801 in the electronic collection. SICOT Congress (Gothenburg, Sweden, 30.08-03.09.2010)
Tesakova D.D., Tesakov D.K., Lyamtsev D.V. Possibilities of reducing the severity of the scoliotic disproportionality syndrome during surgical correction of spinal deformities. ARS MEDICA (art of medicine) - 2010 - №9 (29) - p. 381-384.
Tesakova D., Tesakov D. TRUNK DIS-PROPORTIONALITY REGRESS DYNAMICS IN THE SCOLIOTIC SPINE DEFORMITIES SURGICAL CORRECTION Abstracts SICOT 2011 XXV Triennial World Congress (Prague, Czech Republic, from 6 to 9 September 2011) and registered for oral presentation, No. 29396
Tesakova D.D., Tesakov D.K. Peculiarities of disproportionality regression in the plastic anatomy of the trunk after surgical correction of spinal deformities in idiopathic scoliosis. ARS MEDICA (art of medicine) - 2011 - №17 (53) - p. 337-343.
Soshnikova E.V., Ilyasevich I.A., Tesakov D.K., Makarevich S.V., Tesakova D.D. Electrophysiological assessment of the functional state of the spinal cord in spinal deformities of the IV degree of severity in patients with idiopathic scoliosis. ARS MEDICA (art of medicine) - 2012 - №4 (59) - p. 203-209.
Tesakov D.K., Tesakova D.D., Beletsky A.V., Gigko-Mikhasevith N.O. Radiological features of bone growth of the pelvis and spine in patients with idiopathic scoliosis. // The 16th Prague-Lublin-Sydney-St Peterburg "Disordes of growth and Defects of growth epiphysis". - Lublin, Poland, 2014. - P. 61-62.
Tesakova D., Tesakov D., Beletsky A., Muhlya A., Alzoba S. Cheneau type brace treatment possibilities in patients with surgical idiopathic scoliosis spine deformities. // XXVI SICOT Triennial Word Congress & 46th Brazilian Congress of Orthopedics and Traumatology. - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19-22 November 2014 .-- Abstract no .: 37976.
Tesakov D., Makarevich S., Tesakova D., Zueva P. COTREL-DUBOUSSET TYPE METHODOLOGY APPLICATION IN CORRECTION OF SUPEREXPRESSIVE IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS SPINE DEFORMITIES. // XXVI SICOT Triennial Word Congress & 46th Brazilian Congress of Orthopedics and Traumatology. - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19-22 November 2014 .-- Abstract no .: 37980.
Tesakova DD, Soshnikova EV, PN Zueva, Tesakov DK, Makarevich SV CRITERIA FOR OBJECTIVE ASESSMENT OF THE IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS (IS) SPINAL DEFORMITIES SURGICAL CORRECTION RESULTS 41602 36th SICOT Orthopedic World Congress / Guangzhou, China, 17
Membership in medical societies
- Russian Association of Vertebrologists
- World Organization of Prosthetic Orthopedics (ISPO)
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