completion of studies in general medicine at the Hradec Králové University of Veterinary Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University in Hradec Králové, award of the degree of M.D. completion of studies in general medicine at the Hradec Králové University of Veterinary Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University in Hradec Králové, award of the degree of M.D.
1st level attestation in Hygiene and Epidemiology
certification in Occupational Hygiene and Occupational Diseases
defending the candidate’s dissertation, awarding the degree of CSc.
qualification course for ecologists of the Ministry of Defence (MNO,VLA JEP, NATO SCHOOL -SHAPE
a number of courses and training courses on occupational hygiene
a doctor at a military unit
epidemiologist of the Žatec district, since 1983 in Brno
Assistant Professor of Occupational Hygiene at the Department of Military Hygiene, VLA JEP Hradec Králové (Military Medical Academy of J. E. Purkyně)
Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine and Occupational Physiology, KHS Hradec Králové
scientific and pedagogical worker at the Department of Military Hygiene, VLA JEP Hradec Králové
Head of the Occupational Hygiene Group of the Department of Military Hygiene at the Faculty of Military Hygiene, Hradec Králové University of Defence (later the Faculty of Military Medicine, Hradec Králové University of Defence – FVZ UO)
After retirement, he is actively involved in consulting activities in the company Biomag Jičín in the field of magnetotherapy and also provides consultations in the field of supportive treatment for cancer, autoimmune diseases and in the field of disease prevention for the companies Areko Praha and Phyto Prostějov.
As a scientific and pedagogical worker at the Military Medical Academy, he has for decades been dedicated to the evaluation of physiological and pathological changes in the organism during exposure to physical factors of the environment and work environment, including electromagnetic radiation, microwaves, noise and vibrations.
He expertly assessed the health risks in the possible operation of the EBR radar in its possible installation in the Czech Republic as part of missile defence.
He has long been involved in the use of low frequency magnetic fields to promote healing and regeneration of the body and its overall therapeutic use.
He drew on this work to collaborate in the development and assessment of Biomag devices – devices for low-frequency pulsed magnetotherapy.