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Dameon

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Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« on: October 03, 2013, 10:11:41 AM »

Here's the response from Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center for Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics

At present height increase in our Center possible, if the patient complies with the criteria, indicated in Protocol No1 of July 22, 2013.

1. Starting height less than 165 cm for guys (160 cm - for girls).
2. Disproportion of lower limb segments (evaluated by doctors of the Center).
3. Disproportion of body and limbs (evaluated by doctors of the Center).
4. There is also age limit, 21-40 years, associated with higher risk of osteoporosis, complications related to vascular system and delayed consolidation.
5. The height increase candidates should be in good health and they are required to bring a health report, describing their entire previous medical history, signed by GP.

If you comply with with the above requirements, then height increase is possible at our Center.

Duration of in-patient treatment depends on many factors, including age, amount of lengthening, patient's diligence in following doctor's recommendations, etc.

However, it is not mandatory to stay in the hospital during the entire treatment. It is possible to be discharged from the hospital for out-patient treatment during fixation period (consolidation of the achieve result). In this case duration of hospital stay is reduced (and, of course, the cost). Usually our height increase patients stay in the hospital for the distraction period; then they leave the hospital for out-patient treatment with fixators on; and later it is mandatory to be admitted to the hospital again for a few days for fixator removal.

Motion activity, physical exercise therapy, walking with crutches or sticks, starts from the second day after surgery.
During the entire treatment our patients lead an active lifestyle, almost without limitations.  Our patients start walking without additional means of support in 1.5-2 months after removal of the external fixators.

The cost of our treatment is quite reasonable. It consists of the cost of preoperative examination, cost of surgery (which depends on how complex the surgery is), cost of fixator (which depends on the operated segment and number of parts), cost of accommodation (depends on the type of the room), duration of treatment, mandatory assistance package.

The costs are as follows:
standard preoperative examination (approx. 5000 roubles)
the cost of surgery (which depends on the type of surgery) - either 49400 roubles  (one-level lengthening) or 64200 roubles (two-level lengthening) per surgery (each leg is counted as a separate surgery).
the cost of fixator for one tibia - approx. 17800 roubles (you will need two of them)
the cost of one bed-day in a common room shared by 4-7 patients - 1460 roubles.
mandatory assistance package for 90 days - 117800 roubles (if you stay in the hospital longer - the cost will increase).

If you add all the above costs you will get the total cost of treatment. The cost includes accommodation, standard hospital meals, physical exercise therapy and medications associated with orthopaedic treatment, translator assistance in communication with hospital staff.

You can get additional information from doctor in English over the phone 007 3522 43 06 88.


Best regards,
Dr.K.I.Novikov, MD
Head of the orthopaedic Department No13
Federal State Budgetary Institution
"Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center
"Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics""
6, M.Ulianova St., 640014, Kurgan, Russia
Phone: 007 3522 45 47 58
web-site: www.ilizarov.ru
e-mail: n.balayeva@ilizarov.ru (Natalia Balaeva)
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2013, 01:11:11 PM »

if my calcs r right this is very cheap!!!

R you able to sum up the cost for full 3 month stay. it is not clear how to come up with the total cost. i get a figure of around US$12K.

What do they mean by 1 level lengthenning and 2 level lengthenning?

would be interested to know how much internals r if they do them.
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2013, 05:31:40 PM »

if my calcs r right this is very cheap!!!

R you able to sum up the cost for full 3 month stay. it is not clear how to come up with the total cost. i get a figure of around US$12K.

What do they mean by 1 level lengthenning and 2 level lengthenning?

would be interested to know how much internals r if they do them.

Here;s the response

1. The rough estimate is 12500 USD (including 3 months in a common room and 2 tibial surgeries). If the number of surgeries increases or the duration of stay increases - the cost will increase accordingly. Currency exchange rate also influences the cost, because the price-list is in roubles.

2. 1 cut of the tibia or 2 cuts.

3. For cosmetic height increase purpose internal techniques are not applied.

Natalia Balaeva
International Department
Federal State Budgetary Institution
"Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center
« Last Edit: October 04, 2013, 05:44:06 PM by Dameon »
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2013, 02:16:02 AM »

Let me double check the height limits. I am 170 and I swear these people told me I would be ok .
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #4 on: October 05, 2013, 12:01:53 PM »

I have to say I was always interested in why Russia did not get more diaries.

I wonder if the centre where Dr Mitkovic did surgery is still active?  From what I read back around 2008 patients were very happy with him, his results and his unique frames.

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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #5 on: February 15, 2014, 11:50:24 AM »

do you gys trust this doctor.

I am thinking this might be a good option.
have we had any diaries with him before. I notice he is also on the recommended doctors list for MMT.
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #6 on: February 15, 2014, 02:55:19 PM »

Do you guys think there is any hope of getting surgery done here for those over 165 CM? What if, say, a 173 guy wanted to get it done? Dr. Parley has said on numerous occasions that height neurosis can occur in people of any height. I think that this height cap is pretty unnecessary and annoying. Also, the requirement for "disproportion" is pretty unnecessary as well. Sweden was proportionate before his LL, and he looks just fine after 7 CM.
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #7 on: February 15, 2014, 04:04:50 PM »


It may be personal preference of doc or mandated by the country's ortho/cosmetics society.

But I agree with Dr Paley

Do you guys think there is any hope of getting surgery done here for those over 165 CM? What if, say, a 173 guy wanted to get it done? Dr. Parley has said on numerous occasions that height neurosis can occur in people of any height. I think that this height cap is pretty unnecessary and annoying. Also, the requirement for "disproportion" is pretty unnecessary as well. Sweden was proportionate before his LL, and he looks just fine after 7 CM.
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Re: Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center ( Kurgan, Russia)
« Reply #8 on: February 16, 2014, 05:02:17 PM »

What technique does he use?
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