From 1999 to 2003, Anton Fedorov wrote and defended a thesis in neurology titled, "Restore Vision at Focal and Diffuse Brain Impairment." As a practical neurologist, from 2004 to 2008, he worked in different neurological clinics at St. Petersburg and then in the State Neurosurgery Institute in Saint Petersburg. His knowledge and professional interest in the field of restorative medicine led him to move his activities to this particular field - creating a company for the development of medical devices for electrical stimulation.
In June of 2006, a team headed by Anton Fedorov developed an electronic device for application of therapeutic electrical stimulation, based on the computed electrostimulator with EEG feedback. The long-term clinical experience gained by using this technology allowed him, in February 2007, to patent a new approach to restoring disturbed brain functions in visually impaired patients. This allowed for the assessment of a new path of treatment that provides patients with new advantages to existing ophthalmological and neurological deficits.
In 2007, Anton Fedorov founded the company "EBS Technologies" in Berlin, Germany, where he worked as medical director from 2008 to February 2013. The first CE-approved medical system in Europe, "New Wave", focuses on therapeutic, non-invasive, brain stimulation, and was developed with his prominent input. The double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial conducted in Germany confirmed how this approach improves the patient's vision.
After being a neurologist in a German neurological clinic from 2013 to 2015, he then opened his own clinic in Berlin, in April 2015. The Restore Vision Clinic offers personalized medical care through Anton Fedorov's extensive knowledge, expertise and dedication to this field of medicine.