Analgesic effect of electromagnetic therapy with low-frequency impulse oscillations in patients with vertebrogenic pain syndrome
AUTHORS : Tovchigrechko A.V. | Gimaeva D.I. | Esina I.Yu. | Vasilenko A.M.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Department of Reflexology of the Moscow State Medical and Dental University, City Clinical Hospital No. 63, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Educational
The general trend in the development of medicine is the replacement of macroenergetic methods of diagnosis and treatment with methods based on factors of low and ultra-low intensity. One of the most characteristic examples is the evolution of reflexology methods, in which classical acupuncture and moxibustion are gradually replaced by low-intensity electromagnetic radiation. Of great interest in the clinic are aspects of the action of electromagnetic fields associated not with the power of exposure and absorbed energy, but with signal characteristics, with the information that is encoded in the corresponding fields and radiations and is significant for the biological system.