Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine interacts with osteopathic medicine, which together deal with the problems of the nervous and musculoskeletal system, treatment, diagnosis and prevention of such diseases. more
The imbalance between the nervous system, blood vessels, muscles and skeleton body causes many diseases and disorders.
The specialists in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicinel being treated a variety of diseases of the nervous and musculoskeletal system:
Pain in the neck, back, lower back
musculoskeletal pain in the chest
acute and chronic sciatica
carpal tunnel disease
lateral and medial epicondylitis elbow
ankylosis of the joints
mechanical gait disturbance
sprains and strains
The main causes of diseases of the Musculoskeletal System are:
hypodynamia (lack of exercise);
various types of bone tumors;
infection, inflammation and others.
Reasons of occurrence of diseases of the Nervous System:
constant stress, anxiety and agitation;
inflammatory processes affecting on meninges and peripheral nerves (meningitis, polio, encephalitis, etc.).
harmful substance (compound of lead and mercury, quinine, etc.);
benign and malignant tumors;
parasitic infection (eg worm infestations).
Methods of treatment of patients in the Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine:
The main objectives of physical therapy is the restoration impaired function and prevention of various deformities of the bone tissue. For each patient an individual program taking into account the features of the disease and the patient's general condition.
The partnership between the doctor and patient can be called one of the most important conditions for effective rehabilitation. Psychological support of the attending physician and the entire medical staff allows you to actively join the struggle with the consequences of a dangerous disease.
Rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders is directed at relief of symptoms of the disease, preventing relapses and complications. Integrated application of different methods of rehabilitation can improve the patient's condition and significantly reduce the risk of transition to a chronic form of the disease.