Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Sports and Traditional Medicine
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Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Sports and Traditional Medicine

Mavlyanova Zilola Farhadovna

Head of Department, Associate Professor

Reception time:

Monday-Saturday: 14:00-15:00


(+99891) 5229391

Address: Samarkand, 6 Ankabay Str.

Department staff

Full name Position
Kamalova Yokutkhon Akhmadzhanovna Assistant of the department

Abdusalomova Maftuna Akbarovna

Assistant of the department
Umirova Surae Mamurzhanovna Assistant of the department

Kim Olga Anatolyevna

Assistant of the department

Sharafova Inobat Akhmedzhanovna

Assistant of the department

Sabirova Shahlo Bakhtierovna

Assistant of the department
Makhmudov Sardor Mamasharifovich Assistant of the department

Burkhanova Gulnoza Lutfilloevna

Assistant of the department

Baratova Sitora Sakhidinovna

Assistant of the department

Ravshanova Maftuna Zohidzhonovna

Assistant of the department


  The origins of the department go back to the period of the Institute's formation. "Medical rehabilitation", "traditional medicine", "sports medicine" are basic medical specialties. Retaining the generally accepted form of these specialties, the staff of the department filled them with the author's content.
  The main motto of the department staff is "Without the past (the history of the department) there are no real achievements, and the present reality determines the future direction of medical rehabilitation."
  In the clinic of the Samarkand State Medical Institute, the treatment of patients with physiotherapeutic methods was founded in 1934, one of the first in our republic. In the same year, two physiotherapy rooms were organized, which are currently located in the therapeutic building. The first employees of the department were physiotherapist V.V. Dolgikh, nurse M.P. Litvinova and the nurse M.I. Mokrousov. In 1935, a massage room was opened as part of the department, where M. Skrebneva and V.S. Egorova worked.
  After the founding of the Uzbek State Medical Institute (now the Samarkand State Medical Institute) in May of 1930, and with the need to include the discipline of physiotherapy in the educational process in the training of medical specialists, the first course of physiotherapy was opened on the basis of the department in 1936, which was initially part of the department of “Faculty therapy”. Physiotherapy course (as part of the Department of Faculty Therapy) in 1936-1956 was headed by Associate Professor P.I. Denisova-Suschevskaya. She came to the medical institute with the first wave of scientific and pedagogical personnel, which was formed by attracting local doctors, scientists, teachers.
  During World War II in 1942-1944, department of physiotherapy and balneology functioned under the leadership of Colonel of the Military Medical Academy Ya.A. Broderzon.
  From 1966 to 1990, the physiotherapy department was headed by B.A. Krasniy, because of whose efforts, the opinion about the generality of the applied principles and methods of diagnostics, treatment and prevention of diseases using natural and preformed physical factors was strengthened.
  At the same time, the therapeutic and prophylactic direction of medicine was developing in the Samarkand region in the form of medical control and physiotherapy exercises. The offices of anthropometry, medical control for athletes and athletes, patients with pathology of the musculoskeletal system, began to be organized. Along with the increase in the number of people involved in physical education and sports, a shortage of specialists who know the issues of physical education, medical supervision and physical therapy began to be noted. Implementation of the thesis of the first People's Commissar of Health N.A. Semashko “Without medical supervision - there is no Soviet physical education" led to the formation and opening of departments of the corresponding profile”.
  It was then that a course of physiotherapy, medical control and physical therapy was organized as part of the Department of FACULTY therapy, where they conducted pedagogical activities, and also actively participated in carrying out physiotherapy and physiotherapy procedures.

Physiotherapy, medical supervision and exercise therapy department’s staff

  It should be noted that throughout the entire time there was close cooperation between the course staff and the following physicians-residents of the physiotherapy department: S.A. Zamonova, Z.A. Eshkobilova, M.R. Akramov. Nurses worked tirelessly next to the staff of the course and the department: A. Zhuraeva, Zh. Yuldasheva, M. Zaripova, M. Khamdamov, G. Tillaev, S. Tukhtaminov, M. Mamatova.
  In 1990-1994, the Department of Physiotherapy was headed by Associate Professor W.A. Badalhodzhaeva, at the same time combining his medical activities with teaching activities on the course. In 1994-2016, the head of the department was M.M. Akhmedov, and from 2016 to the present day the department is headed by S.Sh. Yusupov.


  Caring for the younger generation, striving to bring up a healthy, harmoniously developed person is one of the features of the national character of the Uzbek people. Therefore, spiritual and educational work is the most important area of activity of the Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine and Traditional Medicine. Spiritual and educational work at the department is carried out according to a continuously compiled and approved plan. This work is coordinated and organized by the responsible teacher Umirova S.M.

The department conducts work among students and faculty:

• with the aim of increasing and improving the spiritual and worldview qualities of the individual and universal and national principles on the basis of the works and speeches of President Sh.M. Mirziyoyev, decrees and decisions of the Oliy Majlis and the Cabinet of Ministers, as well as local governing bodies concerning the concept of upbringing a harmoniously developed generation, especially in the spiritual and educational aspect;
• to promote creative work in the republic in the process of successful implementation of reforms;
• in the formation of a philosophy of a healthy lifestyle among students;
• to improve the political and legal culture among students;
• on timely delivery of information to students about social, political and creative events taking place in the world and in the country;
• on the formation of a healthy spiritual atmosphere among students;
• organizing students' leisure time, organizing various hobby groups corresponding to the direction and specialization of the educational institution.

Meeting with children from orphanage № 1

A visit by the staff of the department to a nursing home

  In addition, monthly employees of the department for the population and students of Samarkand State Medical Institute conduct lectures and master classes on the topic "Healthy life style".

Master class of the teacher S.S. Baratova on the topic "Nordic walking" to maintain a healthy life style


  The department conducts classes for all students of the faculty of our institute. They are trained in physical rehabilitation and sports medicine, medical and social rehabilitation, medical rehabilitation, and sports medicine. From this year, new disciplines began to be taught at the department: kinesiology, philosophy of traditional medicine, introduction to medicine and the canons of medicine of Ibn Sina. By now, professors and teachers of the department have published 2 textbooks, 4 textbooks and 17 teaching aids. The professors and teachers of the department participated in the development of 15 standard curricula.


1. Textbook on Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Mavlyanova ZF, Usmanhodzhaeva AA, Adilov Sh.K., Vysogortseva ON, Arzibaev OK, Akhmedova D.Sh., Sharipov Yu.A. Tashkent, 2019.
2. Textbook on Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Mavlyanova ZF, Usmankhodzhaeva A.A., Adilov Sh.K., Vysogortseva O.N., Sharipov Yu.A. Tashkent, 2019.


1. Foundations of the theory and practice of complex medical and social rehabilitation // Edited by A.I. Osadchikh, S.N. Puzina, E.E. Achkasova, Z.F. Mavlyanov. Moscow, 2019. Manual in five volumes, volume 4
2. Application of the International Classification of Functioning, Disabilities and Health of Children and Adolescents in the Medical Rehabilitation of Patients with Infantile Cerebral Palsy // Sheiko G.E., Belova A.N., Israelian Yu.A., Litvinova N.Yu., Mavlyanova Z .F. Nizhny Novgorod, PIMU Publishing House, 2020
3. Rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis // Sheiko G.Ye., Belova A.N., Israelyan Yu.A., Litvinova N.Yu., Shakurova D.N., Mavlyanova ZF. Nizhny Novgorod, PIMU Publishing House 2020
4. Fundamentals of general and private physiotherapy in dental diseases // Mavlyanova ZF, Usmankhodzhaeva AA, Kamalova YO A., Vysogortseva ON. Tashkent, 2020


  Research work of the Department is conducted in three areas: neurology, medical rehabilitation and sports medicine. To date, the following topics of dissertations for the degree of doctor of Sciences and candidates of Sciences "the Relationship between nutritional and neurological status in children with cerebral palsy" (PhD Mavlyanova Z. F.), "Optimization of rehabilitation measures in children with facial neuropathy" (doctoral student Sharafova I. A.), "Phenotypic features of athletes engaged in various disciplines of athletics" (applicant Baratova S. S.).

  Since the formation of the Department, that is, since 2014, more than 350 scientific papers have been published, including 5 monographs, 11 electronic programs.

List of monographs published by the Department staff


Title of the monography


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Khakimova S. Z.

Clinical and neurophysiological features of facial nerve neuropathy against the background of chronic brain ischemia


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Khakimova S. Z.

Features of venous blood flow in patients with diabetes mellitus


Mavlyanova. F.

Baratova S. S.

Typological features of athletes engaged in rhythmic gymnastics and Taekwondo


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Burkhanov G. L.

Optimization of sports nutrition for children and adolescents with increased physical activity


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Assessment of nutritional status in children

with cerebral palsy

List of electronic programs developed by the Department staff


Title of the programm


Sharapova I. A.,

Z. F. Mavlyanova,

Abdullayev N. N.

Electronic program for diagnosing the degree of facial nerve damage in children and tactics of rehabilitation measures

№ DGU 08334

Date of receipt 18.05.2020

application no. DGU 2020 0751


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Dzhurabekova A. T.

Program for determining the degree of protein-energy insufficiency and tactics of its treatment in children with cerebral palsy

№ DGU 08334

Date of receipt 18.05.2020

application no. DGU 2020 0750


Khakimov S. Z.,

Z. F. Mavlyanova,

A. T. Djurabekova

Electronic program for the diagnosis of neurobrucellosis and the choice of treatment tactics.

№ DGU 08327

Date of receipt 18.05.2020

application no. DGU 2020 0750


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Sharipov R. Kh.

Program for evaluating the physical development of children with cerebral palsy using the index method

№ DGU 08856

Date of receipt 19.06.2020

application no. DGU 2020 0992


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Khusainova Sh. A.,

Abdusalamova M. A.,

Sharapova I. A.

Program for diagnosing the severity of birth trauma of the cervical spine and spinal cord and choosing the tactics of rehabilitation measures

№ DGU 08596

Date of receipt 16.06.2020

application no. DGU 2020 0968


Mavlyanova Z. F. Haidarova S.,

Shavazi N. M., Akhmedova M. M.

Program for diagnosing the prolonged course of community-acquired pneumonia in children and choosing treatment tactics

№ DGU 08759

Date of receipt 17.07.2020

application no. DGU 2020 1234


Z. F. Mavlyanova

Akhmedov, I. A.

Toirov E. S.

Rheumatoid arthritis muscle heavy load diagnosis and treatment tactics only one scientist wrong guide

№ DGU 57167

Completion date 07.10.2020

registration number DGU 2020 1705


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Agababyan L. R.

The program in predicting the risk of pre-eclampsia

№ DGU 14133

Date of receipt 24.08.2020

application no. DGU 2020 1435


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Makhmudova S.

Program for calculating the acceptability of combined oral contraception in obese women

№ DGU 08759

Date of receipt 17.07.2020

application no. DGU 2020 1234


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Mukhammadieva L. A.

Program for differential diagnosis and treatment of chronic non-specific lung diseases in children

№ DGU 08759

Date of receipt 16.09.20 application

no DGU 2020 1561


Mavlyanova Z. F.

Narzullayeva U. R.

Samieva G. U.

Khamidova F. M.

Sabirova Sh. B.

Olimjonov F. O.

Algorithm for predicting early development of cardiovascular complications in individuals with hypertension at a young age

№ DGU 09178

Date of receipt 22.09.2020

application no. DGU 2020 1520