|Chronic orthopedic, endocrinological, neurological and geriatric diseases
Rehabilitacion medicine and physiotherapy in a complex combination with clinical dietology and applied psychology is a real alternative for the treatment of chronic diseases.
Chronic orthopedic, endocrinological and geriatric diseases account for 75% - 80% of the total number of all diseases known to modern medicine.
Characterized by pain syndromes, limited mobility in the joints and spine, changes in metabolism, cardiovascular, nervous and immune systems.
Patients are characterized with chronic fatigue, loss of efficiency, increased irritability, constant nervous tension, which leads to conflicts at work and in the family.
The presence of chronic diseases greatly increases the likelihood of cardiac and oncological problems
|Brief analysis of conventional methods of treatment of chronic diseases
The situation in the world of medicine has developed in such a way, that the development of orthopedics, as a medical discipline, occurs exclusively on the surgical line, and the treatment of the diseases themselves is in the hands of orthopedic doctors, who are essencially 100% surgeons.
*Osteocondritis of the spine.
Osteochondrosis is the most common of all types of diseases of the spine. There is a distinction between osteochondrosis of the cervicothoracic and lumbosacral spine. Osteochondrosis occurs due to degenerative changes in the intervertebral discs, which is the result of various physiological processes, the primary one being circulatory disturbances at the capillary level in the muscles and ligamentous apparatus of the spine. Osteochondrosis can contribute to the formation of various diseases, including discogenic and lumbosacral radiculitis.
Parkinson's disease (Parkinsonism)
A common (especially among the elderly) neurological disease.
Characterized by slowed down, uncertain, inaccurate and constrained movements, trembling in the limbs, unstable walking.
Increased muscle tone, disturbed posture, there are problems with balance, which lead to falls and injuries of varying degrees.
A metabolic disease which impairs carbohydrate and water exchange as well as pancreatic functions.
Causes of diabetes mellitus - hereditary predisposition, nervous stress, obesity, pancreatic disease, viral infections.
Problems associated with excess weight are one of the most serious ones in modern medicine and affect more than 50% of the inhabitants of civilized countries in the world.