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More Than Twenty Years of History


Therapeutic electrical stimulation.
History of development.

For 20 years we have cured a considerable number of patients and have gained invaluable experience in determining to whom and to which extent the therapeutic electric stimulation method could help. Our long-term clinical experience and knowledge of how the method acts allow us to not only assess your case correctly and recommend treatment but also to perform optimal course of electric stimulation, which will lead to the best possible result. The therapy is customized and adapted for each case to receive the maximum treatment possible and that is why more than 60% of patients have a positive response to the electric stimulations after a single course.

2015

Center for Vision Restoration Berlin

Berlin, Germany. Dr. Anton Fedorov  founded a Center for Vision Restoration in Berlin.  Medical center was established to improve and maximize eyesight and the quality of life of vision impaired patients through dedication, knowledge and expertise.

2013

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Germany. The CE approved the device for therapeutic electrical stimulation and the technology developed with participation of Dr. Anton Fedorov became available in Germany.

2012

therapeutic electrical stimulation Berlin Germany approved

Germany.Therapeutic electrical stimulations received  Class Ib Confirmation of Effectiveness – Which means that there is high level of evidence that this medical approach is confirmed to be effective, improving disturbed visual function.

2009-2011

"Therapeutic Electrical Stimulation Center for Vision Restoration Clinical Trial in Germany"

Germany. Four independent clinical trials (placebo controlled, double blind, randomized, multicenter) were conducted. Dr. Fedorov was a the responsible physician (Magdeburg Medical School) and as consultant for 4 centers in Germany.

2007

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Berlin, Germany. Dr. Fedorov (Russia) with Dr. Sabel (Germany) are the founders of EBS Technologies GmbH.  Dr. Fedorov worked there as medical director until February 2013.

2007

therapeutic electrical stimulation for patient in minimal concussion state

Russia. The first pilot study with “Brainstim” to use therapeutic electrical stimulation for patients in minimal concussion state and coma was conducted in Department of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation at the Russian Polenov Neurosurgery Institute.

2007

Clinical trial optic nerve damage therapeutic electrical stimulation

Germany. “Brainstim“ electrical stimulator was used in its first placebo controlled, double blind clinical trial for patients with a damaged optic nerve (Medical School Magdeburg University). This approach was proven to be effective in improving vision.

2007

Anton Fedorov Patent METHOD OF RECOVERING DISTURBED BRAIN FUNCTIONS

Russia. A New patent was approved that covered the proposed method to treat with therapeutic electrical stimulation, different disturbed visual and non visual (motor, speech, cognition) functions.

2006

Device Brainstim Dr Anton Fedorov

The first computer based device the “Brainstim“ for therapeutic electrical stimulation, was developed by team headed Dr. Fedorov as an industrially available device. The technology and device were presented in Germany (Prof. B. Sabel,  Prof. S. Brandt, Prof. C. Herrmann).

2005

MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

As of 2005, there were 8000 patients with vision deterioration caused optic nerve damage, retina disease and amblyopia that were treated with therapeutic electrical stimulation. Results were presented in London at the conference “VISION”.

2005

Saint-Petersburg-001

The company „Center for Clinical Electrostimulation“ headed by Dr. Anton Fedorov was incorporated in (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) it’s focus was on the development of modern equipment for therapeutic electrical stimulation.

2002-2005

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The method of therapeutic electrical stimulation was evaluated for use on  patients that suffered from a stroke. Dr. Chibisova conducted treatments confirming that stroke patients can benefit from the treatment gaining improved disturbed motor, speech and cognitive functions.  

1996-1999

"Anton Fedorov Patents therapeutic electrical stimulation"

1500 patients were subjected to therapeutic electrical stimulation. The method began to be more frequently used for several retina diseases, such as retinitis pigmentosa and macular degeneration. Three new patents were received.

1996

"Device for therapeutic electrical stimulation"

The second generation device for non-invasive therapeutic electrical stimulation was developed under Dr. Fedorov’s supervision, significantly extending the flexibility of treatment which led to increased of positive follow ups.

1996

METHOD FOR RESTORING VISION FUNCTION IN CASES OF OPTIC NERVE ATROPHY, DISEASES OF RETINA, AND AMBLYOPIA  Anton Fedorov

Results  were presented that were sufficient in proving the main concept, allowing for the method to be patented. The first patent for non-invasive transorbital therapeutic electrical stimulation to cure optic nerve damage, retina disease and amblyopia was obtained.

1993

"Dr. Anton Fedorov does therapeutic electrical stimulation in Human Brain Institute"

Dr. Fedorov began his work at the Human Brain Institute. Since 1990 till 1996 is about 3500 patients with vision deteriorations caused optic nerve damage were treated  in the Lab of Sensory Systems.

1990

"Institute of the Human Brain Saint-Petersbrg Russia"

Russia.  The Human Brain Institute was founded. The Lab of Sensory Systems was opened, where the therapeutic electrical stimulation began to be publicly available treatment for vision restoration.

1984

"Invasive electrical stimulations of damaged optic nerve Saint-Petersburg Russia"

Russia. Neurosurgery department of Military Medical Academy. For the first time worldwide invasive electrical stimulations of damaged optic nerve were performed with positive results. This was a breakthrough in ophthalmology.

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