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Ultra-high frequency therapy (UHF therapy) refers to physiotherapeutic methods of treatment and rehabilitation after injuries and illnesses. This is a hardware method using ultra-high frequency electromagnetic fields, in which the generated heat is transferred to human tissues and organs, and causes a number of physicochemical processes, which is the therapeutic effect of the method.

Physiological responses of the body to UHF therapy are related to the level of intensity of the generated and applied electromagnetic field. For example, a field of lower intensity has an anti-inflammatory effect, increasing blood and lymph flow in tissues; a field with a higher intensity stimulates metabolic processes, which speeds up the nutrition and activity of cells, but a field of high intensity contributes to increased inflammation. That is why the course of UHF therapy should be prescribed individually, taking into account the complexity of the disease and the stage of the pathological process. 

The effectiveness of UHF therapy has its proven in practice, so this method has become widespread in use in almost all areas of medicine. In addition to the pronounced anti-inflammatory effect of the electromagnetic field, therapy is aimed at regenerating diseased or traumatized tissues, creating a protective barrier around the inflammatory focus, improving tissue metabolism, reducing vascular permeability, relieving vascular and muscle spasms, relieving pain and restoring performance. relieving pain and restoring a person’s ability to work.

Indications for the use of UHF therapy

  • consequences of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system, including: osteochondrosis with neurological symptoms, bone fractures, subacute osteomyelitis, acute and subacute myositis, rheumatoid arthritis, polyarthritis, tendovaginitis, epicondylitis; osteoarthritis with reactive synovitis;
  • diseases of the joints: arthritis in the acute and subacute stages, periarthritis, exacerbation of chronic osteoarthritis and osteoarthritis;
  • consequences of spinal cord injury and peripheral nerves;
  • diseases of soft tissues, tendons, hematomas, progressive muscular dystrophies;
  • acute and chronic inflammatory processes, including purulent, if there are ways of outflow of pus, both in diseases of the musculoskeletal system and diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue: boils, carbuncles, abscesses, hydradenitis, panaritium, phlegmon, frostbite, and also trophic wounds;
  • vascular disease: endarteritis obliterans, Raynaud’s disease;
  • diseases and pathological processes of the peripheral nervous system: neuralgia, radiculitis, phantom pain;
  • inflammation of the respiratory organs;
  • inflammatory diseases of the ENT organs and SARS;
  • inflammatory processes of the digestive system;
  • inflammatory gynecological and urological diseases;
  • dental inflammation after surgery and in the treatment of purulent diseases.

Contraindications to the use of UHF therapy:

  • pregnancy
  • febrile conditions
  • bacterial infections
  • inflammatory purulent processes with impaired outflow of pus
  • blood clotting disorders, venous thrombosis
  • cardiovascular insufficiency
  • coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, persistent angina
  • stage III hypertension
  • hypotonic disease
  • malignant tumors
  • the patient has a pacemaker and metal implants
  • Procedures are also not performed: before surgery (less than a month), with fresh plaster or wet bandage, for 3-4 days after X-ray of the stomach, in the presence of papillomas and moles in the affected area.

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Electrostimulation is a hardware procedure using pulsed currents to enhance the activity of certain organs and systems. This therapy is used to restore the work of organs, muscles and nerves that have lost their functions. For electrical stimulation there are used direct pulse currents with various pulse shape, with different duration, modulating them in a series of different duration and frequency as well as intensity.

Pulse stimulation is aimed at bringing the cell tissue of the organ into a state of excitation. Under the electrical stimulation of the motor nerve or muscle, the impulse causes motor excitation, which leads to increased blood and lymph flow, enhances metabolic processes, improves the synthesis of nucleic acids, including RNA. Electrical stimulation also enhances the flow of nerve impulses that constantly occur between the tissues of organs and muscles and the central nervous system, increases the content of somatotropic hormone, immunoreactive insulin and C-peptide in the blood.

This method of therapy is included in the complex of rehabilitation treatment and for prophylactic purposes.

  • As a prophylaxis, electrical stimulation is used to support the vital functions and nutrition of muscles, prevent their atrophy due to forced immobility or reduced mobility, for example, due to joint disease. The procedure is also shown as the prevention of postoperative phlebothrombosis.
  • For therapeutic purposes, electrical stimulation is often prescribed to restore the function of the damaged motor nerve, in paresis and paralysis, due to neuritis of facial muscles, as well as spastic paralysis.

Recently, electrical stimulation is often used to normalize the function of internal organs and systems in existing diseases, such as reflux esophagitis, hypotonic dyskinesia of the biliary tract, to restore motor function of the intestine, atonic constipation and after cavitary surgery and the like.

Indications for the use of electrical stimulation

  • motor disorders (paresis, paralysis) due to diseases and injuries of the central and peripheral nervous systems;
  • violation of motor or closing functions of the stomach, intestines, biliary tract, bladder, ureters, uterus and its appendages;
  • muscle stimulation to improve peripheral arterial and venous circulation, lymph flow;
  • stimulation of the diaphragm and muscles of the anterior abdominal wall to improve respiration;
  • increase and strengthening of muscle mass;
  • scoliosis and other diseases of the spine;
  • impotence

Lymphatic drainage

Lymphatic drainage is a procedure to improve health, skin condition and even to correct the figure. It has become popular as many people face the problem of impaired lymph flow due to the modern sedentary lifestyle. Given the individual characteristics of the organism, the consequences of this disorder can be very different. The most common are edema, varicose veins, weight gain, decreased immunity and even diseases of the internal organs.

The procedure of lymphatic drainage restores and improves lymph flow and blood circulation, as well as helps to remove excess fluid from the body. Lymphatic drainage affects the entire lymphatic system, since the lymph circulates freely and is evenly distributed throughout the body.

  • Superficial massage has a positive effect on small blood vessels.
  • Deep massage stimulates the muscles which helps to move the lymph.
  • The point method is used for lymph nodes in the popliteal, femoral and groin areas.

Galvanic therapy

Galvanic therapy, or galvanization, is called one of the effective modern methods of healing and rejuvenation of the skin, which is used in cosmetology. It is based on the effect of electric current on the patient’s skin. All this is done in combination with specially selected active substances.

Galvanic is usually considered to be an electric direct current up to 50mA with a voltage of 30-80 volts.

When galvanic current is passed through cellular tissues, certain physical and chemical processes begin. Mobile ions are formed between the positive and negative electrodes, which accelerate the processes of regeneration and metabolism in the body, dilate blood vessels, and begin to produce such active substances as heparin, histamine, serotonin, endorphins, and others.

More trace elements enter the skin cells, increase the protective properties of the skin and cell permeability, normalize the functioning of the sebaceous glands.

The galvanic current in combination with nutrients and medicines has a particularly beneficial effect on the skin, helping the nutrients to penetrate deep into the skin without harming it when interacting with the current.

Thus, galvanization acts as a powerful biostimulator of the whole organism.

The procedure improves protein and carbohydrate metabolism, blood circulation, accelerates the recovery processes in the body, has a beneficial effect on the nervous and vascular system, as well as the heart.

Magnetic therapy

Magnetic therapy is a direction in physiotherapy based on the effect of a low-frequency magnetic field on the affected area or the body as a whole. The tissues of the body are not magnetized, but magnetic properties are transmitted to the individual components of the body (lymph, blood).

The main purpose of magnetic therapy is to combat pain. When exposed to a magnetic field, people with severe injuries, ailments associated with arthritis and osteoarthritis have a reduced pain. Also, magnetic therapy is successfully used to relieve inflammation and resorption of hematomas.

One of the most important advantages of this method of treatment is that it is easily tolerated even by debilitated patients and the elderly. In addition to relieving pain, there is an improvement in the general condition of the body.

Effects of magnetic therapy

  • improvement of overall health, sleep normalization;
  • weakening or complete disappearance of pain;
  • improvement of the properties of blood trace elements;
  • improvement of joint mobility;
  • reduction of lymph nodes;
  • lowering blood pressure;
  • temperature normalization;
  • cleansing of the urinary tract;
  • restoration of peripheral nerve function;
  • normalization of blood sugar levels;
  • resorption of infiltrative tissue.

Indications and contraindications

Magnetic therapy is successfully used in treatment of the diseases:

  • cardiovascular system (hypertension in I art. A and II art. B, vegetative-vascular dystonia, venous diseases);
  • respiratory organs (bronchitis, sinusitis, pneumonia);
  • gastrointestinal tract (gastritis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, spastic colitis, gastric ulcer);
  • musculoskeletal system (arthrosis, arthritis, osteochondrosis);
  • musculoskeletal system (purulent-inflammatory processes, soft tissue diseases);
  • nervous system (neuralgia, neuropathy, dyscirculatory encephalopathy, sleep disorders, initial manifestations of insufficient blood supply to the brain, neuroses, consequences of injuries, sleep disorders);
  • ears (otitis and inflammation);
  • eyes (conjunctivitis, glaucoma in the initial stage, keratitis, iritis, optic nerve atrophy);
  • genitourinary system (urethritis, cystitis, pyelonephritis, metritis, prostatitis, adnexitis, impotence, infertility);
  • skin (psoriasis, neurodermatitis, burns, frostbite);
  • teeth (gingivitis, inflammation of the oral mucosa, periodontitis);

Contraindications to magnetic therapy:

  • cancer,
  • pregnancy,
  • tuberculosis,
  • pathology of the blood coagulation system,
  • postinfarction condition, angina, arrhythmia.

The course of treatment is selected by the doctor based on your disease and individual characteristics of the body. Usually the course of treatment lasts about a month, the best results are observed when undergoing a full course of treatment. In some cases, the course of magnetic therapy should be repeated in some period of time.

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Comprehensive diagnostics:
– Doctor’s consultation
– Collection of analyses
– Ultrasound
– ECG spirometry

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