How Therapeutic Electrical
Stimulations Were Developed
We physicians, who have organized the Centre, know how to help you in the struggle on your difﬁcult road to vision recovery. Since 1995 we have been not only developing methods for vision recovery, but also treating patients with optic nerve atrophy and those patients with abnormal retina and vision impairment attributed to brain disorders
We know how to help in the struggle
on road to vision recovery
The Centre For Vision Restoration in Berlin offers state-of-the-art treatments in advanced vision restoration. Our proven methods involving the application of therapeutic electrical stimulation along with individualized care and treatment gives our patients the best possible outcomes. We combine the science of ophthalmology and neurology to help restore sight to our patients.
Our physicians working in
Center for Vision Restoration
Dr. Anton Fedorov
Head of the Center
In 1993 Anton Fedorov, graduated with distinction from the Saint-Petersburg Medical University in Russia. From 1993 to 2004, he worked as a neurologist and researcher at the Human Brain Institute in Saint Petersburg, where he used the method of non-invasive therapeutical electrical stimulations on patients with vision disorders in his clinical practice. With his direct participation the treatment of more than 5,000 patients was performed and the main results of stimulations were published. This period of work and study led to the development of patented new methods of electrical stimulations.
Dr. Julia Chibisova
In 1994, Julia Chibisova, graduated from Saint Petersburg Medical University in Russia. Since that time she worked as neurologist in the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics of Mechnikov State Medical Academy in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. During the same time she continued her clinical work and she was teacher on the staff lecturing on Neurology and Medical Genetics.From 2002 till 2005 she performed her thesis dedicated to the development of new methods for the rehabilitation of patients who suffered a stroke using a method of non-invasive brain stimulation.