History of the department
HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FOLK MEDICINE, REABILITOLOGY AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION.
The Department of Oriental Medicine was first established in Uzbekistan in 1992 at Tashkent State Medical Institute. In September 1996, the department was renamed the Course of Physiotherapy of Folk Medicine. The founder and first head of the department was Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor Lee Boris Nikolaevich, and the department had the following staff: Associate Professor, Ph.D. Zufarova N.K, assistants Lyuv-su, Kim I.N, Asadova L.M, Rakhimova Z.Z, Badalova G.N., Tulyaganova D.X. In November 2010, the department was renamed the Department of Traditional Medicine, Rehabilitation and Physical Education.
In the course of its work, the departments of the department were merged and separated several times. The first course of physiotherapy was organized by Slonim Solomon Ilich (1885-1947), Doctor of Medical Sciences, one of the founders of the Central Asian Institute of Physical Therapy named after Semashko, the first swallow of radiology in Central Asia at the Medical Faculty of Turkestan Dalat University. Member of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, Honored Scientist, Professor Slonim S.I. He graduated from Kazan University in 1906, and in 1918 defended his doctoral dissertation. Author of more than 40 scientific papers on pulmonary pathology. From 1920 to 1927 he was the director of the Physiotherapy course. From 1924 to 1926 he also served as dean of the medical faculty of Turkestan Dalat University.
In the history of the department, the following scholars and scholars have contributed to its development under their guidance: Ragoza N.I. (1927-1930), Nielsen E.A. (1930-1934), Feldman L.V. (1934-1939), Freydovich G.M. (1939-1959), Karimjanov A.K. (1959-1971), Kulikov Yu.A. (1971-1979), Djuraeva L.A. (1981-1983), Rumi S.S. (1983-1985), Tashkhodjaev X.M. (1985-1986), Suyumov F.A. (1990-2005).
1975 Structure of the course of Physiotherapy and DJT.
Karimjanov A.K. (1920-2011) Born in Tashkent. In 1944 he graduated from the medical faculty of Tashkent State Medical Institute and worked as a physiotherapist in the health care system of Uzbekistan for more than 50 years. In 1956 he defended his dissertation, in 1962 he became an associate professor, in 1971 he received the title of Honored Doctor of the USSR. From 1959 to 1971 he headed the course of Physiotherapy and DJT. In 1965 he organized a physiotherapeutic department at the department and took an active part in equipping it with physiotherapeutic equipment. Author of more than 50 scientific papers. In his 34 years of pedagogical activity, he has participated in the training of more than 20,000 doctors.
The Department of Physical Education was established in 1934 as part of the Department of Physical Education, Therapeutic Physical Education and Medical Supervision, which until 1948 was headed by Associate Professor Ilinsky GP.
From 1948 to 1950 the department of physical education was headed by Serafima Ivanovna Evdokimov, who in 1935 graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Physical Education named after Lesgaft.
In this position in 1950-1952 Bajenova V.A., in 1952-1955 graduated from the Leningrad Medical Institute, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor Kagan Grigory Davydovich. Kagan G.D. He defended his dissertation in 1948 and is the author of more than 28 scientific works on sports physiology.
In 1957-1967, the department was headed by Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor Hodji-Akhmet Turakhodjaev. In 1950 Turakhodjaev H. He graduated from the Kyrgyz Medical Institute and in 1955 defended his dissertation. Author of more than 39 scientific papers on medical supervision in physical education and sports medicine. From 1967 to 1973 he worked as the rector of the Uzbek State Institute of Physical Culture.
From 1967 to 1968 the department was headed by Khakimov Hamid Muminovich. Xakimov X.M. In 1956 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physical Education, where he studied physical education, anatomy and physiology.
From 1968 to 1971, the department was headed by Evgeny Lavrentevich Kulkov, Honored Worker of Culture of Uzbekistan, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor. Kulkov E.L. In 1961 he graduated from the Uzbek State Institute of Physical Culture. In 1966 he defended his dissertation. From 1971 to 1980 he served as First Deputy Chairman of the State Committee for Physical Culture and Sports under the Council of Ministers of Uzbekistan. Author of 15 scientific papers on the problems of sports physiology and biochemistry.
In 1979-1983 the department was headed by Oleg Stepanovich Jmak (1932-1993). In 1960 he graduated from the Uzbek State Institute of Physical Culture, where he studied physical education, anatomy and physiology. A mature specialist-coach in the field of sports. For 15 years he headed the sports club of the institute. He was the first goalkeeper of “Pakhtakor” football team. From 1983 to 1985 he served as Vice-Rector for General Affairs.
1975. Department of Physical Education and Medical Supervision
1971-1979 yy. and 1993-1999. The department was headed by Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Kulikov Yuri Anatolevich (b. 1938). Kulikov Yu.A. In 1961 he graduated from Tashkent State Medical University, in 1967 he defended his PhD and in 1975 his doctoral dissertation. Author of more than 150 scientific papers on the problems of blood circulation, the physiological basis of sports training, sports medicine. 1979-1993 – Head of the Department of Physical Education and Medical Supervision.
1989. Department of Physical Education, ICU and medical supervision.
Physiotherapy course 1993. From 1986 to 1990 the department was headed by Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor Musakov Sobit Yadgarovich (born in 1946). In 1966 he graduated from the Uzbek State Institute of Physical Culture. In 1985 he defended his dissertation. Published 28 scientific papers on adaptation to physical stress in hot climates. From 1990 to 2005 he headed the Department of Physical Education of the II Tashkent State Medical Institute, and from 2005 to 2010 he headed the Department of Physical Education of the Tashkent Medical Academy.In 1990-1993, J.E. Yusupov was the director.During the work of the department in different years the following activities were carried out: K.G. Savelev, M.L. Smirnov, G.D. Vysogortsev, G.X. Ti, A.A. Makarov, V.M. Pankova, S.N. Andreeva, G.K. Sushko, L.E. Efimova, G.V. Kamaritskaya, R. Gotyatova, T. Zaytseva, L.E. Veretelkina, O. Meshcheryakova, N.N. Ibragimov, I.S. Sidlin, L.I. Belyakova, A. Butuzov, A.S. Avanesov, N.P. Yadryshnikov, X.M. Tashkhodjaev, X.X. Aripov, A.I. Ryjkov, Yu. Nemov, A.M. Gafitullin, G.B. Abdurasulova, Yu.A. Afanasev, E.S. Starostina, N. Kayushkina, A.I. Kravtsov, V.I. Kildyushev, D.A. Shkilev, G. Fedoseev, R. Grechanik, I.E. Zemlyanushina, M. Kolbasin, N. Bodyan, I.M. Mirzakulov, D. Kursalin, A. Yusupov, D. Chernikov, N.V. Grishina, J.Z. Berdyev, B.A. Urazimbetov, A. Molotov, B. Boltabaev, S. Lobachev, B. Ibragimov, T. Aleshina.