The musculoskeletal system of man is a single complex consisting of bones, joints, muscles and their nerve derivatives, which provide the body's support and movement in space, as well as the movement of individual parts and organs of the body (head, limbs, etc.). . This complex is constantly subjected to huge loads. In case of disease and damage to any part of the musculoskeletal system, the dynamics and statics of the whole organism are disturbed, and often the work of internal organs is also disturbed.
Musculoskeletal disorders are second only to cardiovascular disease in prevalence. Most people have joint or spinal problems. Meanwhile, in recent decades, these diseases are more common in young people. The reason for this is a sedentary lifestyle: we walk less, spend most of our time at the computer and do not do sports. But because excessive physical activity is also harmful to health can result in trauma.
Treatment of musculoskeletal disorders is a set of measures selected individually for each case. Today, drugs are widely used in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. For treatment to be effective, the patient must follow a prescribed regimen and follow a special diet. Also, various physiotherapeutic procedures are often prescribed. Therapeutic gymnastics also shows its results when it is necessary to improve the mobility of damaged joints. Over the years, methods such as drug electrophoresis, galvanization, electrostimulation, ultrasound therapy, and magnetic therapy have proven themselves.
Carrying out all this in a complex way will allow you to quickly restore the functions of joints, muscles and ligaments. For any information you are interested in, you can contact the reception by calling 404-83-10 / 11. We look forward to answering any of your questions and we will be glad to write you to the reception of our specialists.