Physiotherapy at the clinic
Physiotherapy (from the Greek phisis nature and therapeia – treatment) has been studying and using action on the body the physical forces of nature, both natural (solar radiation, water, air, climatic factors, therapeutic muds, Naftalan) and physical factors obtained with the aid of special apparatus and devices (heat, cold, electric current, various electric fields, infrared and ultraviolet radiation, mechanical stress).
Physiotherapy is a specialized area of medicine javlaetsa an integral part of complex treatment of patients. The range of indications for physical methods constantly expanding thanks to the introduction into practice of new methods and physical factors. The greatest effect of physical methods used in subacute and chronic inflammatory processes in organs and tissues, the consequences of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system and spine, diseases of internal organs and systems, diseases of the Central and peripheral nervous system of various origins, vascular diseases, etc.
The therapeutic effects of physical therapy
The main therapeutic effects of physical therapy are
The benefits of physiotherapy
Physiotherapy have minimumbedrag effects, non-toxic, do not cause allergic reactions, they are easy and versatile to use. Advantage physical therapy is a long-run aftereffect is when the body after treatment the therapeutic effect remains for a substantial period of time, but increases after the end of treatment. In addition, competent use of physiotherapy helps considerably to reduce terms of recovery in acute diseases, promotes rapid relief of acute exacerbations of chronic pathological process that prevents the development of many complications.
Physical therapy is perfectly combined with medication and other ways of healing.
In our center are the following physical therapy care:
different types of pulse currents, pulse electrotherapy, including electrical stimulation;
ultrasound therapy, with the use of medicinal substances – phonophoresis medicinal;
ultrahigh-frequency therapy (UHF);
laser and magneto-laser therapy;
magnetic therapy – the use of variable and running pulse magnetic fields for therapeutic purposes;
ultraviolet radiation (KOUFO);
combined therapy (ultrasound therapy and pulse therapy simultaneously);
The scope of physiotherapy
Neurology – injuries and diseases of the peripheral nervous system (plexitis, radiculitis, distal neuropathy, osteochondrosis, neuralgia, etc.), diseases of the Central nervous system (brain and spinal disorders of blood circulation).
Therapy – vascular dystonia, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract – chronic gastritis, colitis, cholecystitis, biliary dyskinesia, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, diffuse liver disease, diseases of the joints, chronic arthritis, periarthritis of traumatic, rheumatic and metabolic origin
Surgery wounds, burns, traumatic injuries of internal organs, purulent diseases of soft tissues and bones, boils, carbuncles, cellulitis, thrombophlebitis, phlebitis, trophic ulcers, hemorrhoids, fissures of the rectum, lymphadenitis, fractures, heel spurs.
Pulmonology bronchitis, bronchial asthma, acute and chronic pneumonia, pneumosclerosis, pleurisy.
ENT diseases- otitis, rhinitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, adenoids, pharyngitis, laryngitis.
Urology – acute and chronic pyelonephritis, cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis, pathology of spermatogenesis, Peyronie’s disease, enuresis.
Gynecology – lactation mastitis, cracked nipples, endometritis, parametritis, endocervicitis, acute and chronic adnexitis, chronic salpingo-oophoritis, vulvovaginitis, infertility.
Dermatology neurodermatitis, allergic dermatitis, eczema, herpes, abstemious acne, tinea, alopecia, treatment after plastic surgery – scarring, keloids.
Dentistry pulpitis, periodontitis, post-operative and traumatic injury of tissues of the oral cavity, glossitis, ulcers and erosions of the oral mucosa and chronic sialoadenitis.