Spinal correction

IVRFees and treatmentSpinal correction

In 2002, the Institute of Vertebrology and Rehabilitation has been oriented in professional correction of the spine for people with spinal diseases. By definition, spinal correction, or manual therapy, is an application of the targeted force on vertebrae that are displaced or blocked in order to return them their normal position.

To correct the spine, we use the short lever method, which implies a very precise and gentle application of pressure on the blocked segment with no traditional “twisting”, shakes and other quite painful and risky procedures. This method has a positive effect on degenerative changes in an intervertebral disc and is totally non-traumaticas it allows to restore the position of the joints with high accuracy.

The effect of this method can be felt immediately after the first treatment session. The course of treatment using the short lever method usually consists of 3-5 sessions that are often combined with massage therapy, physiotherapy and simulation sessions.

Our professional vertebrologists perform the correction procedure only after a diagnosis is completed and appropriate preparation of patients (massage therapy, physiotherapy) to ensure the reduction of inflammation. There is an entire system of training, training materials and internal evaluation to confirm the qualification of physicians and therapists. All our new therapists will also undergo training for this technique.

Diseases requiring spinal correction procedures:

  • Back pain, lower back pain, neck pain, headaches;
  • Scoliosis;
  • Osteochondrosis;
  • Postural disorders, etc.

Each case is different, so a doctor can recommend this medical procedure only after medical consultation and detailed examination of the patient and a medical history check.

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