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Kinesitherapy is part of rehabilitation and is used in complex therapy during the rehabilitation of patients and the disabled. Kinesitherapy is a set of passive or active movements to support or restore normal muscle function. The technique of kinesiotherapy is quite simple, based on real clinical achievements, as well as the results of scientific research on the biochemistry of man, the musculoskeletal system, its physiology and the process of muscle fiber accumulation and its impact on the human musculoskeletal system. The most important practical basis of its application is the ability of a person to freely control his muscular system - it is the only major system of the body, subject to free control. In combination, these two features allow you to have a purposeful effect on the human body in a fairly wide range.

Treatment with the right actions is determined individually for each patient, depending on his anamnesis, age, physiological and implies adapted, gradually increasing force effects, taking into account other features and other features that accompany the underlying disease. Gradual training of correct movements (simple and complex) leads to the restoration of their metabolism, trophic neuro-reflex and human musculoskeletal system. In most cases, treatment is performed with the help of special treatment-recovery simulators, such as suspension sling-systems.

 One of the main requirements for a course of treatment or rehabilitation kinesitherapy in suspension and other exercise machines is proper breathing, otherwise every movement performed within the training program loses its therapeutic effect.