Ruhi obtained her medical degree from the Tajik State University in 1996 with honors, after which she worked in Dushanbe public hospital (Tajikistan) whilst simultaneously pursuing her specialisation in internal medicine for a further two years. In Australia, she received a Bachelor of Chiropractor in 2013 from Murdoch University. She has been working in this field, in Burslem Medical Centre for the past 5 years. The range of treatments available include chiropractic adjustments soft tissue therapy, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage and biomesotherapy. Ruhi has been able to effectively treat both chronic and acute musculoskeletal conditions (see attached list). In addition, she has applied biomesotherapy for some neurological conditions including headaches, migraines, trigeminal neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia, radicular pain, sciatica, and spinal disk herniation with remarkable results. Biomesotherapy treatments can also deliver improved quality of life to patients with muscle rigidity/weakness such as MS and Parkinson’s disease.