Ultrasound therapy - is the use of prophylactic treatment with mechanical vibrations ultra-high frequency, called ultrasound.
On the human body during the ultrasound therapy, there are three factors: the mechanical, thermal, physical and chemical. Action of ultrasound is capable of causing an analgesic, antispastic, vasodilating, resolving, anti-inflammatory, desensitizing effect. In its application in the impact zone is activated blood - and lymph circulation, increased phagocytosis, activated mechanisms and general immunological reactivity, accelerated reparative regeneration processes. Ultrasound has depolymerization and razvoloknyayuschee effect on seals and sclerotic tissue, in connection with which he has been successfully used in the treatment of scars, keloids, contractures of joints. It increases vascular and epithelial permeability, which was the basis for the combined use of a factor with drugs and justification ultraphonophoresis.
Formed under the influence of ultrasound complex tissue and endocrine changes in the body are coordinated and regulated by the higher parts of the central nervous system. The nervous system is most sensitive to ultrasound. Low-intensity exposure to cause a revival redox processes in neurons, increase the synthesis of ATP, glycogen utilization and improve the absorption of oxygen by nerve cells, reduce the sensitivity of the receptors have ganglioblokiruyuschimi action. Ultrasound accelerates regeneration of damaged peripheral nerve, activating and has a normalizing effect on the dynamics of the basic nervous processes and reactivity of the nervous system. Under his influence the structure of activated limbic-reticular complex, suprasegmental structure of the parasympathetic division of the nervous system.
Ultra sonication was performed on a limited part of the body, either paravertebrally the corresponding reflex zone or on the affected area (around the joint, along the nerve trunks, on pain points, etc.) or cutaneous projection body.
The main indications are: neurological manifestations of osteochondrosis (radicular and reflex tonic syndromes, myelopathy, etc.), the effects of diseases and injuries of the peripheral nervous system, neuropathy, neuralgia, ganglionity, spinal injury and spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, the disease and the consequences of joint trauma , muscles, tendons, and ligaments for bags, chronic nonspecific inflammatory diseases of the bronchi and lungs (chronic bronchitis, chronic pneumonia, bronchial asthma), post-operative and post-injection infiltrates, keloid scars, the initial stages of obliterating vascular diseases of extremities, Raynaud's syndrome, etc.