Why back pain occurs?
Back pain can occur in different spine segments – cervical, thoracic, and lumbar. One of the main reasons of back pain is poorly or asymmetrically developed deep muscles that support the spine.
According to the WHO global statistics, the lumbar pain, for example, ranks first among the diseases that can result in a person’s disability.
When muscles are not hardy enough, they quickly get tired and for that reason the discs, joints and ligaments bear an excessive burden. Permanent or single stress loads lead to various diseases and chronic and intermittent pain in the back.
When the muscles are developed asymmetrically, it leads to curvature of posture, various pathologies of vertebrae and intervertebral discs. As a consequence, certain muscles experience a constant debilitating stress, while other muscles do not receive sufficient load and become weak.
Keep in mind that back pain is only a symptom and the treatment should be directed at eliminating the actual cause.
How do we cure the problem of back pains?
Depending on the established diagnosis, we can recommend a variety of treatment options. Typically, effective treatment requires a complex of methods.
If pain is severe, we can apply therapeutic blockades that relieve symptoms and cramps. After the acute inflammatory process is eliminated, we can prescribe a combined treatment aimed at eliminating the cause, but not the symptoms.
If there are functional blocks in the spine, a correction procedure using the short lever technique in order to gently restore the proper alignment of the vertebrae is required.
For relaxation of muscles before a treatment course or during a simulator session, a patient must undergo therapeutic massage sessions.
To improve blood circulation and nutrition of the spine, we also use a variety of physiotherapy procedures using the modern equipment.
To solve the problem of back pain systemically and consolidate the results of previous treatment for a longer period of time, we often recommend patients to undergo the movement treatment course according to the Finnish and German David method. The treatment is performed using computerized medical simulators that are used to train the deep muscles of the back and is considered to be one of the most effective methods to eliminate back pains.
In the process of training, the short spine muscles work actively. They provide sufficient stability of the vertebrae: interspinal muscles, spinal muscles are located lengthwise and inter-transverse muscles are located crosswise of the spinous processes of the vertebrae. When stability of the vertebrae decreases, functional blocks in the back, problems with joints and intervertebral discs appear. To avoid these conditions, it is necessary to keep in shape those groups of short muscles located along the spine.
At the same time, it is virtually impossible to do a thorough workout of them by doing usual physical exercises or using conventional fitness training simulators.
What will you get as a result?
- A combined personal treatment course developed by the attending therapists.
- The course of movement treatment consists of 12 or 24 sessions according to the Finnish and German David method using computerized medical simulators. Each session is held under the supervision of an experienced rehabilitator and during the entire course of treatment the patient is under a doctor's supervision. During the final visit, patient will also be given recommendations and a set of exercises to maintain spinal health systematically.
- At the end of the treatment course, the patient will receive the results of a prompt computer diagnosis of the muscular system.