traction, or traction, spine - known since ancient times a method of treatment, which essentially consists in the fact that due to the mechanical effect on the spine is stretched and the vertebrae he returned to the normal position.As a result, exempt squeezed nerve roots, returned to normal posture.
Traction is divided into three types: dry, underwater and hardware.During the dry traction of the patient can be positioned vertically or horizontally.Now use modern traction tables that allow you to control the force of impact on the patient.
Water spine traction is carried out under water, it is considered the most gentle.
Hardware extension can be considered a type of dry, it is produced using a special apparatus, which allows for the most accurate impact on the patient's body.
spinal traction is shown in the following diseases:
Before you carry out the procedure, you should always consult with your doctor to do an MRI of the affected spine to pinpoint exactly how you can return the vertebrae in place.
In order to give the effect of traction, it is necessary to combine it with the course of medical gymnastics, enshrining result.
spinal traction has a number of contraindications.This is due to the fact that the mechanical action is not always removes unpleasant symptoms.In some cases, the extension of the vertebrae, on the contrary, leads to harm or damage, exacerbating the disease.
Traction can be done only with the permission of a doctor in a specialized institution and under the supervision of a specialist.Just because the procedure does not harm, and help get rid of back problems.
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