Our centre has a physiotherapy room. We attach great importance to physiotherapy, using it both in treatment and in preventive health purposes. Physical factors had a large impact on a person throughout his life on earth, resulting in physical therapy still affect the body more effectively than many drugs. The main goal of physiotherapy is to achieve the best effect in the treatment of a disease, with minimal stress on the human body.
For therapeutic purposes physiotherapeutic factors are used, as a rule, in chronic disease, and to a lesser extent in the acute stage.
The main advantage of physiotherapy is that offer treatments are devoid of any toxicity, do not cause side effects and allergic reactions, can amplify the beneficial effects of drugs, weakening the side effects of some of them. In addition, physiotherapy has long aftereffect, i.e., the therapeutic effect is maintained over a fairly significant period of time and even increases after the course of treatment.
Our clinic offers physiotherapy, the principle of which are the effects of electric current on the human body.
The applied methods of treatment:
electrophoresis; electroplating; diadynamic therapy;SMC-therapy; electrosleep therapy Inductothermy Fluctuorization
Indications for the treatment of persistent currents:
Injuries and diseases of the Central and peripheral nervous system. Disorder of cerebral circulation. Diseases of the digestive system (gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, biliary dyskinesia, pancreatitis, bowel disease). Cardiovascular disease (ischemic heart disease, arterial Hypo – and hypertension, atherosclerosis). Endarteriite, thrombophlebitis. Kidney disease the bladder (pyelonephritis, neurogenic bladder, enuresis). Urology, gynecology (adhesions in the pelvis, irregular menstruation, endometritis). Diseases of the respiratory system (bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, bronchial asthma). Diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system (arthrosis, arthritis, dysplasia, injuries, contractures, myositis, osteochondrosis of the spine). Ophthalmology (uveitis, keratitis).