Diseases associated with overexertion of the musculoskeletal system is one of the most acute problems of modern traumatology. Repeated stereotypical or intermittent explosive loads can cause painful conditions in both professional athletes and non-athletes.
A revolutionary breakthrough in the treatment of the effects of chronic overexertion was the development in Germany and Switzerland in the 1990s of the method of shock wave medicine. It is based on a short-term application to the field of high-energy low-frequency shock sound wave. The shock wave dramatically improves local blood circulation, loosens calcium deposits and fibrous foci, which are the cause of inflammation and pain, followed by gradual resorption of their fragments.
One of the most important effects of the shock wave is the germination of new microvessels in the problem area.
Shock wave therapy allows:
to eliminate the pain syndrome;
restore range of motion in the joints;
increase load tolerance;
resume professional or domestic activities;
prevent further exacerbations.
To date, the technique of extracorporeal shock wave medicine (EUVM) is the most effective in the treatment of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. All over the world, the EUVM technique is positioned as a non-invasive biosurgery, because it allows to achieve profound changes in the structure of tissues and to influence the immediate cause of the pathological process. Thus, the computer stands between all currently known conservative treatments and surgery.
In all countries, the computer is used as monotherapy. It usually does not require additional medication, injections, physiotherapy, massage, chiropractic, etc. And most importantly, allows you to treat a wide range of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system simply and effectively!
The course of treatment consists of 5-6 sessions of 15-30 minutes, held once every 5 - 7 days.
Practical experience shows that after a course of treatment a lasting effect is achieved in more than 95% of patients, and many patients could return to their professional activities after the first session. The whole course of treatment is performed on an outpatient basis.