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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a treatment methods that do not use chemicals, and use: ultrasound, electric currents, magnetic field, laser, and various kinds of radiation: (infrared, ultraviolet, polarized light).

Physiotherapy methods include a variety of topics: the treatment with water, light, therapeutic mud, electricity, and so on. In the treatment physical therapy significantly reduced the medication.

The impact of physical therapy on the body:

– immunostimulatory;

– analgesic;

– antibacterial;

– anti-inflammatory;

– healing.

ORGANICA clinic equipped with modern medical equipments including the apparatus “Yarilo”, it is widely used in the treatment of gynecological and urological diseases.

Indications for use:

— Raynaud’s disease (spazmiruyutsya of the upper limb in the cold);

— Diseases of the urogenital sphere;

— Frozen shoulder (extra-articular inflammatory disease of soft tissues);

— Osteochondrosis with radicular syndrome (manifested by sharp, pain in the neck, upper and lower limbs);

— Polyneuropathy (simultaneous failure of many peripheral nerves);

— Diseases of the joints;

— Trophic ulcers (long scars);

— Diseases of the veins and arteries of the limbs;

— Erysipelas (skin inflammation as a result of infection with Streptococcus);

— Postmastectomy lymphedema of the upper limb (edema occurring after radical breast surgery);

Physical therapy helps in treatment of diseases such as:

In gynecology:

algomenoreya (painful menstruation);

inflammation of the appendages (adnexitis);

premenstrual syndrome;

climacteric syndrome (the waning activity of the gonads);

infertility;

In urology:

chronic cystitis (bladder inflammation);

incontinence;

pyelonephritis (infectious and inflammatory process simultaneously or by turns striking the pelvis and the tissue of the kidney);

chronic prostatitis with severe pain (inflammation of the prostate gland – prostate);

erectile dysfunction (complete absence of erection or her attenuation);

In gastroenterology:

diarrhea (change in frequency and consistency of stool);

ulcers disease stomach and duodenal ulcers;

chronic gastritis (inflammatory or inflammatory-dystrophic changes in the mucous membrane of the stomach);

chronic diseases of the pancreas (mainly represented by tumors);

chronic liver disease, gall bladder;