Grzegorz Cieslar


Prof. Cieslar completed his M.D., Ph.D. and worked as an Assistant Professor (internalmedicine) from the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice. He has vast experience in different areas of modern internal and physical medicine among them cardiology, angiology, balneology, physiotherapy, basic mechanisms of biological action and clinical applications of various physical factors, etc. and in environmental health. He has published many papers in Polish national and international peer-reviewed journals, 10 monograph books and 25 chapters in books.

He was the participant of several research grants from Polish National Science Committee, and Ministry of Science and Education, dealing with clinical efficacy of new medical devices. Prof. Cieslar won 13 Scientific Prizes of the Rector of Medical University of Silesia and Medal of the Commission of National Education.

Research Interests:

His research interests focuses on internal medicine, physical medicine, physiotherapy, magnetotherapy, lasertherapy, photodynamic medicine, cryotherapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, environmental health

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