Enuresis is a disorder characterized by involuntary passing of urine, day and/or night, which is abnormal in relation to the mental age of the child.
Encopresis is a repetitive, voluntary, or involuntary discharge of feces, usually of normal or nearly normal consistency, in places that in a given socio-cultural environment are not intended for this purpose.
Eating disorder of infancy and childhood – This disorder usually includes food refusal and extreme finickiness with adequate quantity and quality of food and a skilled nursing person and in the absence of organic disease. Chewing gum (repeated regurgitation without nausea or gastrointestinal illness) may be a concomitant disorder.
Stereotypical movement disorders are voluntary, repetitive, stereotyped, non-functional (and often rhythmic) movements that are not associated with any established mental or neurological condition.
Stuttering (stammering) – speech that is characterized by frequent repetition or prolongation of sounds or syllables or words; or frequent stops or indecision in speech, which breaks its rhythmic flow. Minor dysrhythmias of this type are common enough as a transitory phase in early childhood, or as a minor but persistent symptom in late childhood and adulthood. They should be classified as a disorder only if their severity is such that fluency is markedly impaired. Concomitant movements of the face and/or other parts of the body may be noted, which coincides in time with repetitions, prolongations, or stops in the course of speech.
Professor Rakhmanov treats behavioral and emotional disorders: enuresis, encopresis, eating disorder, stereotypical movement disorders, stuttering using his own drug-free method. This method is protected by patents and recognized worldwide.
Working with children, Professor Rakhmanov simultaneously heals the child’s parents from neurosis.