When the pain does not allow to sit or lie down, the patient is ready to do anything to stop this hell. They agreed to the operation, and any shots during the radiculitis – anything, just to go back to the former life. But in most cases, a neurosurgeon knife is an extreme measure to return to a normal life of the patient. “The gold standard” foriStock_000010568342Mediumsurgical intervention in the treatment of hernias of intervertebral discs is a hernia the size of more than 6 mm, and the absence of effect of the conservative treatment for two months.

“The surgery is indicated only to 2-5% from the hundred of patients with radiculopathy, – says the neurosurgeon, WHC Vasily Danatsko, chief doctor of the clinic Medical Practice Dr.Danatsko. – Think about those numbers. The rest – 95-98% of patients experiencing acute symptoms of sciatica can be cured with the help of non-invasive techniques. One of the most effective is physiotherapy. “

How to avoid the surgery

Our clinic has a highly qualified staff and innovative technology base, which allows to cure the patient quickly. If you are plagued by severe pain with radiculitis, the main task is to eliminate the pain. How to do this effectively and quickly? Within one day, our experts save patients from the acute pain, they have an opportunity to move independently.

The non-surgical treatment for radiculitis is not possible without a powerful modern equipment and the use of the classical treatment protocols, proven by years of experience of leading vertebrologists and neurosurgeons. Its effectiveness is based on the action of various electrotherapy currents – BTL. This is the revolutionary technology of the treatment of acute and chronic pain in muscle and bone systems. Its main feature is that invasive techniques are absolutely not applied, and the healing effect is extremely high.

Who is at risk

Reading about the treatment of sciatica on the Internet, you will inevitably come across the incorrect information. For example, the fact that it affects mainly people older than forties. So it’s the outdated information.

“Today, the disease is incredibly rejuvenated, – says Lyudmila Stanislavovna Barkalova, the physiotherapist of the highest qualification category with 30 years of experience. – Age of the patients who were treated in our clinic with the acute stage, -is from 20 years. Causes are the sedentary lifestyle, trauma, stressful office work.

99% of the population suffer from osteochondrosis, striking the intervertebral discs, but radiculitis is a consequence of this disease “. The outcome is the acute pain associated with inflammation of the spinal roots or their jamming, causing the gradually developed protrusion and hernia. Are you at risk? Act immediately.

The effect of physiotherapy

In the treatment of the radiculitis in Kyiv uur specialists solve the following tasks:

  • eliminate the acute back pain, cervical spine pain, thoracic, lumbar;
  • provide the resolving effect on the pathological tissue formation;
  • remove tension and restriction of movement;
  • facilitate and then neutralize the chronic inflammation;
  • stop the development of protrusions and hernias;
  • reduce the number of relapses.

Are there any contraindications to the methods of BTL

There are absolute and relative contraindications to the use of the BTL methods in physiotherapy. To the absolute include cancers, active tuberculosis, high temperature – 38 ° C, the presence of metal objects in the body, pacemakers, implants.

Relative contraindications – menstrual period for women (especially magnetic therapy, capable of provoking the increased bleeding). In these days, the great care requires a lumbar radiculitis, treatment of which is limited by other methods. The physical therapy is not recommended in hypertension stage III, heart attacks, some other cardiovascular diseases.

The radiculitis treatment in Kyiv requires a special, professional approach. Each case is different, so in all matters of diagnosis, indications and contraindications for the treatment, please contact our specialists.

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