manual therapy

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  • When necessary chiropractic
  • Treatment of manual therapy of internal diseases



  • When necessary chiropractic

    manual therapyOnly a doctor special qualifications, confirmedcertificate shall be entitled to use the manual method of exposure. Such specialists are scarce, because our medical schools began to cook them a little more than a decade ago. Interestingly, many doctors, especially neurologists and orthopedists, realizing the enormous possibilities of manipulation, and mastered its techniques, expanding its medical "repertoire".

    Treatment of movement of the bodies, which are capable ofmove - so you can roughly determine the scope of manual therapy. In fact, any violation of the biomechanics of the musculoskeletal system, echo the pain in the most unexpected places, should lead you to a chiropractor. Unfortunately, not always neurologist when faced with a similar ailment, recommends that the followers of chiropractors.

    "The doctor has the right to the vertebrae and put everything in place." This phrase is usually determined action amateurs chiropractor. In fact, he did not put in place, but only restores motor capabilities of a particular joint or vertebra, and the musculoskeletal system as a whole. The result is high quality of the treatment may persist for a long time - as long as that person is physically active lifestyle, without serious congestion.

    Physical inactivity, monotonous posture - all this makeseach of us a potential client chiropractor. By the way, invisible failures in the system that is responsible for the mobility of our body, occur every day. The body or cope with these troubles as they become available, or accumulate "share of trouble." More serious violations may occur relentless headaches, unpleasant sensations in the lower back, under the shoulder blade or the chest. Sometimes, to relieve unpleasant symptoms, change position is sufficient to do some physical exercises.

    Professional treatment of movement makes sense, if you find at least one of the following symptoms:

    • Back pain, joints or muscles arising after exercise
    • Limitation of mobility of the spine, chest, joints
    • Scoliosis (curvature of the spine) and other problems with posture
    • Headaches, dystonia, cerebrovascular insufficiency associated with cervical spine pathology
    • Disorder of internal organs, vascular function

    To the doctor he knew of what and how it work, X-rays may be needed with the so-called functional tests. The picture is taken at the time of flexion, extension, tilting.

    X-ray or magnetic resonance,imaging is used to detect herniated discs, spinal circulation disorders. To her also resort to check for tumors of the spine or spinal cord.

    For the diagnosis of diseases of the joints, for examplepolyarthritis or ankylosing spondylitis, suitable laboratory examination methods. Actually one of the best methods for assessing biomechanical parameters of the organism is considered to be a computer-optical topography. It is able to create a body terrain map, calculating with a graphical and mathematical analysis of deviation from the norm.

    In manual therapy used and the, specialdiagnostic methods - functional motor tests. Simple, but very informative, it helps the doctor to plan and dosing of each manipulation and treatment in general.



    Treatment of manual therapy of internal diseases

    manual therapy Treatment of movement carried out by all the rules,It has a beneficial effect on the nervous system (operation depends on the blood vessels it), gastrointestinal, endocrine and exocrine, bronchi and other organs. The methods of direct action on the abdominal organs, as yet, however, is not supported by the leading scientific schools of manual therapy.

    Treatment of movement carried out by all the rules,It has a beneficial effect on the nervous system (operation depends on the blood vessels it), gastrointestinal, endocrine and exocrine, bronchi and other organs. The methods of direct action on the abdominal organs, as yet, however, is not supported by the leading scientific schools of manual therapy.

    • Severe diseases of internal organs
    • Tuberculosis and other infections of the spine or joints
    • Oncological diseases
    • Ankylosing spondylitis
    • Anomalies in the structure of the vertebrae, bones, joints
    • Severe osteoporosis (brittle bones associated with calcium deficiency)
    • Motor failure of the vertebral-motor segments, joints (the effects of injury or disease)

    I must say that the manual methodeffects different from each other. Moreover, between the representatives of individual scientific schools there are differences - for example, between the proponents of soft and more stringent treatment techniques.

    However, regardless of the professional school adheres to the following principles:

    • First, it defines the indications and contraindications for manual treatment for each patient.
    • Further diagnostic studies are conducted to help choose a treatment technique, course duration and dosage procedures.
    • Making the manipulation, the doctor always does this consciously, taking into account all the features of therapy depending on the situation.
    • Manual therapy does not preclude other treatments.

    A competent doctor usually uses the whole "palette"manual methods, using each of them for the benefit of the patient. Knowing the dozens of different ways to impact on the spine, joints and bone joints, muscles and ligaments, a true professional applies the composition of the most suitable.

    As with any method, it is subject to the fundamental principle of "Do no harm." So it is not worth the risk, recourse to healers who do not have a doctor's degree.

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