Kinesiotherapy - one of the areas of physiotherapy. The method used in the Stay Healthy Center for rehabilitation after injuries and diseases.
It allows you to quickly return to a normal lifestyle, and also reduces the risk of recurrence and complications of some diseases.
Kinesiotherapy helps to strengthen the muscles and ligaments and to eliminate pain during movement: A range of active and passive movements restores mobility in joints, increases the elasticity of muscles and ligaments.
- with degenerative diseases of the spine, such as intervertebral hernia, spondyloarthrosis, osteochondrosis, spondylosis, etc.;
- kinesiotherapy used in posture disorders in adults and children (scoliosis, kyphosis);
- It helps to protect the joints in arthritis and arthrosis;
- It used after injuries and operations;
- neurologists recommend physiotherapy in diseases of the peripheral nerves and other disorders of the nervous system.
How it works?
Physical exercise, used in physiotherapy, help strengthen the spine and muscles of the anterior abdominal wall. This reduces the load on the intervertebral discs (toned muscles make it possible to distribute the load).
Through this interarticular spinal discs can recover (high pressure cartilage can not regenerate), disappears muscle spasm, associated with irritation of the nerve root fibers.
In other words, physiokinesis unloads the spine, improves posture, It eliminates the pain in the spine.
With the help of physiotherapy is possible to reduce the size of the protrusion of a hernia (bulging hernia), and sometimes - and completely get rid of it.
Kinesiotherapy reduces inflammation (and, respectively, pain) joints, significantly increase mobility even in osteoarthritis, reduces swelling in the legs. Due to the recovery current method improves blood tissue repair, including - accelerates the recovery of bone density (It reduces the risk of fractures).
Besides, regular exercise improves overall health, It stimulates the protective mechanisms and helps to prevent the recurrence of disease.