Physical therapy in Ekaterinburg: galvanization, galvanogryazelecheniya, medicinal electrophoresis, amplipulse therapy, SMT-therapy, electrical stimulation, darsonvalization
The area of clinical medicine studying medical properties of physical factors and develops methods of their use for the treatment and prevention of diseases and medical rehabilitation is called physical therapy . We invite you to the complex of physio-therapeutic procedures in the Ekaterinburg medical centre of Vitamedica.
Physiotherapy treatments have multiple effects on the human body. As a result of their application diminished pain syndromes, normalizes secretory and motor functions of the organs, decreases activity of inflammatory processes, improves trophism of organs and tissues, intensifies reparative processes. The basis of these clinical effects is a normalizing effect of physiotherapeutic procedures on metabolism, redox processes, neurohumoral regulation of functions of internal organs, blood and lymph circulation in them. In General, they exert a powerful sanogenetic effect, promote the mobilization of protective forces of an organism.
Physical therapy included in complex treatment of some diseases. Indications for physical therapy are dictated not so much by name of disease as the focus of their pathogenesis and prevalence of inflammatory processes, degenerative or functional in nature — this determines the wide range of indications for the use of physical factors.
Galvanization is a method of application for therapeutic purposes of DC, not changing its size.
Indications for use of galvanization:
vertebrogenic diseases of the nervous system; Continue reading
Physiotherapy Department OOO LDC “Three hearts” provides services for physiotherapy for adult patients suffering from the following disease groups :
neurological diseases (and autonomic spondylogenic radicular pain in diseases of the spine, trigeminal neuralgia, post-traumatic and post-herpetic neuritis, polyneuropathy of various etiologies, migraine, post-concussion syndrome);
surgery diseases (postoperative and traumatic wounds, trophic ulcers);
gastrointestinal tract (erosive-ulcerative lesions of the stomach and duodenum, gastritis, chronic diseases of the liver and pancreas);
diseases of the cardiovascular system (hypertension of I-II degree neurocirculatory dystonia, obliterating diseases of vessels of lower extremities, varicose veins);
diseases of the musculoskeletal system (osteoarthritis deformans of the joints of the limbs, arthritis);
diseases of ENT organs (rhinitis vazomotornyi, exacerbation of chronic pharyngitis and laryngitis);
urological diseases (cystitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis, erectile dysfunction);
obstetric-gynecological diseases (infertility, chronic inflammation of the uterus and appendages, gestosis of the first half of pregnancy). Continue reading
Traditional medicines are very common in everyday life: almost everyone knows that honey, raspberries and garlic help against colds, plantain leaf helps to heal wounds, carrots and blueberries are good for eyesight. Open and traditions of folk medicine and used in medical practice for treatment, disease prevention and rehabilitation during the recovery period.
There are entire handbooks of medicinal plants and herbs used in certain cases, also based on natural done a variety of medicines and homeopathic. Widespread treatment of minerals (e.g., blue clay), seaweed, mushrooms, mineral waters and medicinal mud: this practice is known for many centuries and since antiquity, around the world there are many Spa resorts.
Disorders of the musculoskeletal system, various types of therapeutic exercises and physical therapy, developed by doctors on the basis of traditions of folk medicine. However, unfortunately, among the “healers” offering alternative therapies, a lot of charlatans having no special medical training, but also things like knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the human body. Some pseudoscientific practices, such as urine therapy (urine therapy), have very low efficiency, and in some cases even constitute a danger for health and sometimes for the life of the patient. Continue reading