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Dr. Kateryna Komisarenko

Multisystem Disorders

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Vitality Medical & Research Center



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Spaska St, 39, Kyiv, Ukraine, 02000


Dr. Kateryna Komisarenko is an executive medical director who is an expert at diagnosing internal multisystem disorders. She strictly follows the international guidelines in diagnosing the patients and provides globally acceptable treatments. She provides her services at Vitality Medical & Research Center and her field of specialization is endocrinology. She provides excellent surgery of cell therapy and proficiently deals with local and international patients. QUALIFICATION OF DR KATERYNA KOMISARENKO Dr. Kateryna Komisarenko completed her degree in doctor of medicine from Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv, in the year 2016. She completed her internship at the National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education from the year 2016 to 2018 and started her Ph.D. in 2018 from Bogomolets National Medical University. GREAT WORKING EXPERIENCE OF DR KATERYNA KOMISARENKO Dr. Kateryna Komisarenko has vast experience of being a medical coordinator. She is an expert in diagnosing internal multisystem disorders. It includes heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and chronic lung disease. In most cases, the external environment is the cause of internal disorders. This is why the treatment of Dr. Kateryna Komisarenko recommends a process that is non-surgical and non-invasive. Dr. Kateryna Komisarenko is also a specialist in providing emergency services and care to patients along with diagnosing internal disorders. Before recommending treatment, she investigates the health of patients through conducting multiple tests and studying relevant reports for the success of the treatment. Furthermore, due to her fluency in the native languages of Ukraine and English language, she has been the most approachable medical expert by locals and international patients in Kyiv.