Physiotherapy for children
Rehabilitation of sickly children
Your kid is ill again! «A sickly child» - this phrase sounds as an unofficial diagnosis or reality to make up mind to. What else do you have to do? Wait until the child "outgrows" it, as our grandmothers used to say, and, maybe ceases getting ill, or wait until the child has a bunch of complications and concomitant chronic diseases? Neither is the option.
Dobrobut Children's clinic offers a complex of therapeutic and prophylactic measures for treatment and health-improvement of your child. This is a modern approach to the problem of sickly children aimed at restoration and improvement of the immune system functions failing which the child will be unable to resist diseases.
Singlet oxygen therapy
This is one of the new perspective methods of physiotherapy. This method is based on the biological effect of active oxygen generated due to water activation by ultraviolet radiation. The resulting singlet oxygen mixture is used for inhalations. In this way oxygen reserves in the blood and tissues of the organism are replenished. Therapy is prescribed at various diseases, both acute and chronic, with lingering recrudescent run. Singlet oxygen therapy is a preventive health-improvement method increasing the resistance capacity of the organism.
This method is prescribed at diseases of the bronchopulmonary system, gastrointestinal tract, urinary system, musculoskeletal system, endocrine and dermatological pathologies. It is recommended at inflammatory processes, trophic disorders. Besides, it is prescribed for stabilization of exchange and immunological processes of the organism, for conditioning purposes. A combined action of two factors - alternating low-frequency magnetic field and low-intensive laser radiation - has an amazing effect in treatment of the said states.
Magnetic-laser therapy is prescribed at the following diseases:
- pneumonia, bronchitis with lingering recrudescent run;
- bronchial asthma in-between fits;
- peptic ulcer and stomach ulcer;
- gastritis (including erosive);
- dyskinesia of the biliary, urinary tracts;
- diabetic angiopathy, impaired function of the thyroid gland;
- rheumatoid arthritis;
- maxillary sinusitis;