MO-GY Doctors

Knowledge, professionalism and experience form the basis for successful treatment.

Manual medicine is a special treatment technique that includes diagnostic and therapeutic treatments. With it, specialist physicians successfully eliminate the symptoms of changes in the spine, joints, muscles and connective tissue. In most cases, the symptoms are manifested as pain in different parts of the body, especially in the neck and lumbar spine, joints, extremities. Common symptoms include congestion, tingling sensations, powerlessness, as well as headaches, dizziness, insomnia, internal organ problems and certain neurological conditions.

The doctors of MO-GY Health Center are specialists in manual medicine with basic training in neurology or orthopedics. Manual medicine belongs to the field of official medicine to the extent that its services are provided by a doctor (MD).

MO-GY Health Center doctors have many years of experience in the field of manual medicine treatment in various eminent institutions. The acquired professional titles and experience form the basis for successful treatment of symptoms and indications of manual medicine.

MO-GY Doctors

Andrej Kotov

dr. med., spec. nevrolog, spec. MSc, MD, spec. in neurology, spec. in manual medicine

Doctor Andrej Kotov has been working at MO-GY Ljubljana since 2009.

In 1994, he graduated from Minsk Medical School and in 1995 he specialized in neurology. He completed his specialization in manual medicine in 1997. He continued his education in the field of neurology and received his master’s degree in 2005 (he holds the highest – third level of specialization).

Course of study and work

1994 – Graduated from medical school, 6 years general medicine
1995 – Specialization in neurology
1997 – Specialization in manual medicine
1997 – Specialization as doctor neuropathologist
2005 – Completed the highest level of neurology – Level 3 Neurologist
2006 – Specialization – Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy in Neurology
2006 – Specialization – Manual Therapy in Neurology
1999-2000 – Head of the Department of Neurology at the clinic no. 20 in Minsk
2000-2003 – Neurologist – Clinician at the Clinical Center (2nd Clinic) in Minsk
2003-2008 – Head of the Neurological Department and Chief Consultant of the Minsk Railway Clinic in Minsk


prof. Sergej Fedorov

MD, spec. in neurology, spec. in manual medicine

Doctor Sergei Fedorov has been working in MO-GY Maribor since 2008 and in MO-GY Murska Sobota since 2010.

He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1985 and specialized in neurology in 1986. In 1989, he specialized in the field of manual medicine and in 2004 completed his specialization in soft manual medicine techniques. He continued his education in the field of neurology and received his master’s degree in 2004 (he holds the highest – third level of specialization).

Course of study and work
1985 – Graduated from medical school, 6 years general medicine, then specialization in neurology
1986 – Internship in neurology
1989 – Specialization in manual medicine at the University of Zaporozhye
1990 – Specialization in acupuncture, acupressure and reflexology in Minsk
1996-1998 – Graduated from the Department of Neurological Diseases and reached the highest level (Level 3 neurologist)
1998-2004 – Neurologist of the Manual Therapy Cabinet at the IX. Clinical hospital in Minsk
2004 – Specialized in soft manual therapy techniques
2004-2008 – Assistant Professor at the Department of Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy of the Belarussian State Medical University; he taught the subject Rehabilitation Through Manual Therapy and Physiotherapy.


Genadij Filipov

MD, spec. in neurology, spec. in orthopedy,spec. in manual medicine

Doctor Genadij FIlipov has been working at MO-GY Nova Gorica since 2003 and at MO-GY Izola since 2016.

He graduated from medical school in 1981 and specialized in orthopedics in 1982. In 1991, he specialized in the field of manual medicine, and in 1995 he completed the third, highest level of specialization in the field of orthopedics.

Course of study and work
1981 – Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, 6 years general medicine (in Smolensk), then specialization in orthopedics (1982)
1982 – Internship in orthopedics and traumatology
1981-1984 – Orthopedic-traumatologist surgeon at the surgical ward of the hospital in Raskazov (Russia)
1984 – Level 1 specialization in orthopedics and traumatology, University of Minsk (Belarus)
1985-1997 – Orthopedic-traumatologist surgeon at the surgical ward of the hospital in Uzda (Belarus)
1990 – Level 2 specialization in orthopedics and traumatology from the University of Minsk
1991 – Specialization in manual medicine at the University of Minsk
1995 – Level 3 specialization in orthopedics and traumatology from the University of Minsk
1998 –Specialization in neurology at the University of Minsk
1998-2002 – Specialist neurologist at the hospital in Stolbca (Belarus)


Arkady Yanuskiewicz

MD, spec. in neurology, spec. in manual medicine

Doctor Arkady Yanuskiewicz works at the MO-GY Nova Gorica and Izola offices.

He graduated from the medical faculty in Ukraine in 1987 and specialized in manual medicine in 1993. In 1994, he completed his specialization in neurology and in 1995 in orthopedics and traumatology. He has accumulated work experience in different parts of the world, and since 2012 he has been active in Slovenia.

Course of study and work
1981-1987 – Faculty of Medicine, 6 years general medicine, MD, specialist in pediatrics (M. Chernivtsi, Ukraine)
1987-1993 – worked as a pediatrician
1993 – Specialization in manual medicine (Moscow, Russia)
1994 – Specialization in neurology
1995 – Specialization in orthopedics
1995 – Oriental manual medicine (Masajoki Sajongji method – Japanese manual medicine)
1998 – Tibetan healing techniques (Lhas School Tibet)
2000 – Obtained the International Certificate of Manual Medicine (Moscow – RUDN)
2007 – Obtained qualification as a specialist in manual medicine (Moscow, Russia)


Denis Kupa

MD, spec. in surgery, spec. in manual medicine

Doctor Denis Kupa has been working at MO-GY Maribor since 2015 and at MO-GY Celje since 2020. He graduated from medical university in 2009 and specialized in surgery in 2011, and in 2013 completed his specialization in manual medicine.

Course of study and work
2009 – Graduated from the Medical University of Minsk (military department), 6 years general medicine (ended in 2009), then specialization in surgery
2010 – Surgery internship at the Minsk University
2011-2014 – Medical Practice at the Osipovichi Hospital
2011 – Specialization in surgery at the University of Minsk (Level II Surgeon)
2011 –Specialization in manual medicine in neurology at the University of Minsk
2013 – Specialization in manual medicine (manual techniques for back and joint pain)


Vladimir Fedorov

MD, spec. in neurology, spec. in manual medicine

Doctor Vladimir Fedorov has been working at MO-GY offices in Maribor and Murska Sobota since 2017.

In 2014, he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the Belarusian State University in Minsk and in 2015 specialized in neurology. From 2015 to 2017, he worked as a specialist neurologist at the neurology department of the Metropolitan Clinical Hospital in Minsk, Belarus. During his employment, he was educated at the postgraduate medical academy and acquired special knowledge in the fields of neurology, manual medicine and movement disorders.

Course of study and work
2014 – Graduated from Minsk Medical University
2014-2015 – Internship in Neurology at the Minsk Polyclinic
2015-2017 – employed as a specialist neurologist at the neurology department of Minsk Metropolitan Hospital
2016 – Specialization: Manual medicine in neurology
2016 – Specialization: Manual medicine in vertebral – neurological syndromes
2016 – Specialization: Movement disorders