The use of bioresonance and multiresonance therapy in patients with deforming arthrosis of the knee joints
AUTHORS : Shmagin A.N.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Krasnogorsk, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Type of application
Patients with deforming arthrosis of the knee joints need long-term treatment, which is due to the resistance of most of them to their therapy. In order to develop the most adequate therapy, in a comparative aspect; 26 patients with various clinical forms of deforming arthrosis of the knee joints were studied. Of these, in 18 patients the disease developed as a result of traumatic injuries of the lower extremities, in 8 on the background of metabolic diseases (obesity of II – III degree, diabetes mellitus, etc.). In all patients, the diagnosis was verified in treatment centers.
All examined patients noted severe pain in the joints of the lumbosacral spine and lower extremities, mainly in the knee, which led to their functional disorders. These changes were most pronounced in arthrosis that developed against the background of metabolic diseases. From the anamnesis it was possible to find out The use of organ preparations made it possible to establish pronounced disorders of the structures of the knee joints – the synovial membrane of the articular surfaces, the muscular and vascular system of the knee joint area, the patella, etc.