Alexander Valentinovich Beletsky (b. 14.10.1957, Cherven, Minsk region) - a scientist in the field of traumatology and orthopedics. Academician (2017; corresponding member since 2014), Doctor of Medical Sciences (1997), Professor (1998). Honored Scientist of the Republic of Belarus (2010).
Scientific developments in the field of pediatric traumatology and orthopedics, arthroscopy and endoprosthetics of large joints. He proposed the classification of the identified residual deformities after conservative treatment of congenital hip dislocation, established indications for choosing the optimal treatment method taking into account the type of deformation, the degree of head destruction, localization of the pathological focus and the stage of the disease. Developed a technology of intramedullary osteosynthesis of tibial diaphysis fractures, a method of osteosynthesis of proximal tibial fractures with a fixator with screw locking.
Author of more than 450 scientific papers, including 15 monographs, more than 74 copyright certificates and patents.
State Prize of the Republic of Belarus (2010) for the work “Development and implementation of modern surgical technologies for treating orthopedic pathology of the hip joint in children and adolescents”. Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2015) for the series of works “Modern technologies of minimally invasive surgical treatment of deformities of the lower extremities by controlling the function of growth zones in children”. Diploma of the International Association of Orthopedic Traumatology (2011) for his contribution to the development of world traumatology and orthopedics. Honorary Diploma of the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopedic and Traumatology (EFORT) (2016) for the personal contribution and support of the idea of combining eastern and western orthopedics.
Awarded with the medal "For Labor Merit" (2007), Certificate of Merit of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus (2010), Certificate of Merit of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus (2017).