Neurovascular diseases. Patients with cerebrovascular diseases, as well as patients after stroke, as well as the prevention of primary stroke.
Education and experience
Iveta Haritončenko has the diploma of a physician, as well as the certificate of a neurologist obtained in 2013 and a certificate in the use of the neurosonological examination method ‒ in 2017. She regularly improves her competence at different seminars. Iveta Haritončenko has obtained her practical experience at the Resort Rehabilitation Centre Jaunķemeri, where she is practising as a neurologist, as well as at the Stroke Ward of the Neurovascular Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery Clinic of the Clinical Centre Gaiļezers of Riga East Clinical University Hospital as a neurologist. In addition to this, Iveta Haritončenko has been a lecturer at the Neurology and Neurosurgery Department of Rīga Stradiņš University since 2017. “Stroke changes the habitual progress of a human life, not only for the patient themselves, but their relatives as well. Teamwork is required to prevent a stroke, as well as in order to recover from a stroke – the team shall consist of a neurologist, radiologist, a rehabilitation specialist (rehabilitologist, speech therapist, physiotherapist, etc.) and family support during difficult periods of time. The power of being together!”
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