At the first visit a manual specialist analyses your symptoms to understand whether manual
therapy will help and what methods wil be appropriate.
Be ready for such questions:
- When and how this pain appeared?
- Where is it located?
- Describe the pain – is it acute/dull/burning/throbbing? Is it permanent or temporary?
- Tell about your traumas.
We also ask to provide us with general information about your health (f.ex. about chronic
illnesses, surgery, pregnancy and delivery, general state of health)
Before the therapy you will have a general check-up:
- Pressure measuring
- Heart rate measuring
- tests for muscular tone and strength
- Neurological reflex test
- Movement amplitude of joints and problem zones test
If you have a CT scan or MRI Scan – take it to the consultation.
You will also have additional studies and analysis if it is necessary.
After the consultation you will get a personal treatment plan.
A course of treatment usually includes from 3 to 5 sessions that are often combined with a
-Spinal and manual manipulations for spine correction. "Method of a short lever" this is a
method during which short and fast movements are used to recover a right position of
inter vertebral discs.
- Stretching of muscles in different directions
- Mild technics of the manual therapy – gradual and slow stretching of muscles and working out
of joints` mobility by bending.
-Traditional therapeutic and point massage
The treatment is usually painless, but some discomfort is possible. You must tell your manual
therapist immediately if you feel pain. 3. FINAL DIAGNOSTICS AND CONSULTATION
At the final diagnostics you can see visible improvements of patient`s condition. A doctor will
comment all the results of treatment thoroughly and also he will show some physical exercises
that should be done to fix the result and to maintain healthy condition of the spine, joints and
- Acute pain syndrome
- Acute inflammatory process
- Acute muscle spasm
- Recent spinal injury
- Spinal oncological disease
- Infection process in spinal tissues