05 Apr Dr. Dallius Barkauskas Biography
Dr. Dallius Barkauskas Biography
Name: Dalius Barkauskas
Phone: +370 699 24824
Date and place of birth: 1965 – 05 – 09, Kaunas, Lithuania
|Studies||Academic degree||University||Graduation (month / year)|
|Medicine||M.D.||Tartu University, Estonia, department of sports medicine||June, 1991|
Other education or training:
|Course / Seminar||Degree||Finished (month / year)|
|Myoskeletal medicine, 1996-1997||July, 1997, Prague university, faculty of postgraduate education, Czech republic|
|International society of Homotoxicology, Speakers training||Speaker on homotoxicology||February, 2000, Baden-Baden, Germany|
|Myoskeletal medicine, instructors course||Instructor of myoskeletal medicine||April, 2002, Prague university, faculty of postgraduate education, Czech republic, prof. V. Janda, prof. K. Lewit|
|Cyriax’s Orthopaedic medicine course||2003-2004|
|Intensive course in sports nutrition||December, 1996|
Memberships and function in associations or organizations:
|Organization / Association||Function||Since when (month / year)|
|Lithuanian society of homotoxicology||member||2002|
|Lithuanian society for manual medicine||member||2000|
|International pain society||member||2002|
|Lithuanian sports medicine federation||Member||1996|
|Language||Level (fluent, good, fair)|
Other information (e.g. investigations, publications):
Pain in sports medicine in Lithuanian Pain journal, 2003, Nr. 3
Myoskeletal medicine in every day practice in Biological Medicine, Lithuanian edition, 2001 N.2
Multiple publications in daily newspapers and popular journals about sports medicine, nutrition, fitness.
Lecturing on homotoxicology, functional medicine Israel, Australia, Poland, Ukraine, Latvia.
From 1992 till 1995 had worked as team physician for basketball team and Lithuanian youth national team.
1995 team physician for football team.
From 1996 has worked as member of medical team for Lithuanian Olympic Committee.
Olympic team physician in Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and winter games in Salt Lake City 2002, Torino 2006.
From 2000 chief doctor for Lithuanian Olympic Team.