Biological effects of bioresonance therapy in cervical osteochondrosis spine
AUTHORS : Usacheva L.V. | Kravtsov Yu.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Department of Neurology, Faculty of Pediatrics, PSMA, head department prof. Kravtsov Yu.I., Perm, Russia
Osteochondrosis of the cervical spine (OSHOP) retains its medico-social significance due to the severity of the main clinical manifestations and the lack of sufficiently effective treatment methods. Until now, there is no substantiation of biological methods for the diagnosis and treatment of this disease by the method of bioresonance therapy (BRT). The development of BRT, taking into account an individual approach to the patient, modern health-improving directions and their application in order to preserve and restore a person’s functional capabilities, contributes to an increase in the effectiveness of the main methods of physical rehabilitation.
The purpose of the work was the study of the possibilities of bioresonance therapy in the rehabilitation of patients with OSHOP, the prevention of its exacerbations. The age of the patients varied from 20 to 70 years, with a predominance of observations in the age groups 37–45 years (29.53 per 100 examined) and 46–55 years (36.91 per 100 examined).