About us
A bit of history

  • All employees of SIA Neiroprakse are constantly improving and improving their knowledge and qualifications, regularly attending courses, conferences and seminars to stay up-to-date on the latest treatment methods and options.
  • Professional, competent and friendly staff of Neiroprakse Ltd. will help you in any situation to find the answer and solution of your problem.
  • Patients with disabilities are welcomed on the 1st floor or use a lift with prior notice to the staff.
  • Neuroprakse Ltd., a neurology practice, was established in 2005 under the leadership of Inga Lavrenova.
  • 1991 I.Lavrenova is a graduate of the Medical Academy in Riga. From 1991 to 1993 he specialized in Riga Seventh Clinical Hospital under the guidance of Dr. G.Enina, V.Spector, M.Metra.
  • The first permanent job for I.Lavrenova was Daugavpils Griva District Hospital and Outpatient Clinic, where she practiced as a neurologist and therapist.
  • 1997 I. Lavrenova worked at Daugavpils Regional Hospital, Department of Neurology under the guidance of Dr. L.Sparāne.
  • As of 2010 Neurology practice at Liepājas Street 2 in Daugavpils I.Lavrenova becomes the main workplace, but I.Lavrenova does not leave Daugavpils Regional Hospital, but continues to work as a neurologist on duty.
  • 2006 I.Lavrenova at Pauls Stradiņš Hospital acquires the position of Electroencephalogram specialist and obtains a certificate. performs electroencephalogram (EEG) outpatient examinations.
  • 2013 I Lavrenova certified as a Algologist (pain treatment specialist).
  • 2012 a contract was concluded with the National Health Service for the provision of home rehabilitation services. At the moment the services are provided by 4 physiotherapists of SIA Neiroprakse.
  • 2016 an outpatient physiotherapy room was opened.
  • 2021 Neiroprakse moved to own building at Krāslavas 59.
  • Since 2023 state-funded (free for the patient) physiotherapy is available for patients with oncological diseases.
  • 2023 Neiroprakse opened modern mini-hotel rooms on the second floor, for patients and regular customers. Rooms are accessible for people with movement impairments.