Physical medicine is a discipline in medicine that studies the biological impact of various forms of physical energy on the human organism, as well as the use of physiatrist procedures used for prophylaxis, diagnosis, therapy and medical rehabilitation. The term physical therapy means treatment with physical agents, natural and artificial.
The physiatrist examination of the patient consists of examining the posture (body condition, the position of the body), the way of walking, the active and passive mobility of the spinal cord and all the joints, the tonus, the trophic structure and strength of the muscles using MMT (manual muscle test), also the check up involves examining the reflex activity, sensitiveness, doing anthropomorphic measurements (measuring the volume and length of the extremities), checking the condition of the peripheral circulation and a test for active daily life (ADZH test) if needed.
Powerful biostimulant activity that accelerates the regeneration of the damaged and diseased tissues, decreases the swellings and the pain, anti inflammatory procedure. Particularly effective in the treatment of arthritis, periarthritis, tendovaginitis, epicondylitis, distortions, arthrosis, neuralgias, radiculopathy, conditions after an injury of the peripheral nerves, herpes simplex, herpes zoster, sports injuries, muscle trauma.
The Infrared light has superficial heating impact, it is used for reducing the edemas, spasm and pain, vasodilatation of the arteries and capillaries, cervical and lumbar syndrome, arthrosis, myalgia, distortions, myogelosis, as a base initiating the other physiotherapeutic procedures; stretching, electrophoreses, kinesiotherapy, electro stimulation.
Treatment by using movements in other words exercising- all types of spine deformities: scoliosis, kyphosis, deformities of the feet, deformities of the chest- individual approach and individual kinesiotherapy program.