Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy or physical medicine is a branch of medicine that uses physical, natural factors for therapeutic purposes.

The physical factors used:

  1. Electric current – Electrotherapy
  2. Low frequency magnetic field – Magnetotherapy
  3. Polarized light and laser – Laser therapy

The main purposes of physiotherapy:

  1. To relieve pain
  2. To decrease muscle contractures
  3. To improve microcirculation and trophicity
  4. To restore joint function, muscle tone, strength, and resistance

Physiotherapy is recommended in the recovery of the following diseases:

  1. gynecological disorders (amenorrhea and hypomenorrhea);
  2. rheumatological disorders (arthrosis, arthritis, spondylitis);
  3. neurological disorders (cervical-brachial neuralgia, neuritis, lumbosciatic pain, discopathy pain at different levels of the spine);
  4. orthopedic disorders (incipient scoliosis and kyphosis, sprains, contusions, muscle stretches, muscle atrophy);
  5. dermatological disorders (post-herpetic neuralgia, reminiscent pain after Herpes Zoster infection);
  6. respiratory disorders (laryngitis, bronchitis, sinusitis);
  7. urogenital system disorders (prostatitis, pyelonephritis, cystitis, prostate hypertrophy).