Physiotherapy in osteochondrosis
Degenerative disc disease is called a complex disorders degenerative nature that occur in the joint cartilage. Such violations can occur in any joint of the body, but is most common lesion of the intervertebral disc, so the term "osteochondrosis" usually refers to it with a backbone problem.
Types of physical therapy in osteochondrosis
Physiotherapy - treatment is through physical factors. It includes a large number of sections, the main of which include:
- Laser therapy;
- diadynamic (DDT);
- electrophoresis ;
- Vibration therapy;
- ultrasound therapy;
- magnetic therapy and others.
The essence of the application of physical therapy in osteochondrosis of the cervical and lumbar spine is in relieving pain, improving blood circulation in the affected area, anti-inflammatory effect, reducing edema, restoration of motor function, enhancing metabolism.The choice of method
Diadynamic is a method of pulse therapy, which uses currents of different forms and frequencies supplied in a pulsed mode. Physiotherapy DDT in osteochondrosis provides course consisting of 5-8 of the current procedures carried out daily. Courses are repeated with an interval of 14 days at the positive dynamics. This method gives good results in a pronounced pain syndrome.
At moderate pain increasingly using electrophoresis with drugs (analgesics, heparin, magnesium, iodine, hydrocortisone, lidasa, aminophylline and others.), Appointed depending on the symptoms. Also, ultrasound therapy segmental effects.
When expressed mild pain sensations basic physiotherapy techniques with cervical osteochondrosis are
During remission is considered the most effective laser therapy. This method effectively eliminates reflex syndrome, and stimulates the regeneration of cartilage tissue.
Physiotherapy in osteochondrosis - contraindications
Unfortunately, every physical therapy method has its contraindications. By Osnonye of them include:
- oncological diseases;
- medicines that increase the impact of physical therapy;
- blood diseases;
- skin diseases in exacerbation.