Charcot's douche - jet shower, in which a naked patient is directed to the body of a naked patient at a distance of 3–4 m from the shower chair, first with a fan and then with a compact stream. They act from the feet to the head first on the front and then on the side and back surfaces of the body. At the same time avoid contact of the compact stream on the head, genitals, mammary glands, spinal column. Then the jet is successively directed to the limbs and to the stomach with a fan.
Indications for use
The procedure is effective in treating neurasthenia (hypostenic form); depressive conditions; vegetative-vascular dysfunctions; consequences of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system and the peripheral nervous system (plexitis, neuralgia, myositis); hypertensive disease I - II stage; hypotension; postinfarction cardiosclerosis; chronic gastritis; peptic ulcer in remission; chronic colitis and functional bowel disorders; menstrual disorders; menopause; sexual neurosis; chronic prostatitis; sexual dysfunctions; impotence; chronic adnexitis; hemorrhoids; vascular diseases; obesity I st.
Charcot's douche is not recommended for coronary heart disease; angina voltage III FC; diseases of the respiratory system; urolithiasis; calculous cholecystitis; the second half of pregnancy; hysteria; atherosclerosis of cerebral vessels; skin diseases.