Interstitial electrostimulation according to the method of prof. A.A. Gerasimov
Interstitial electrostimulation is a procedure consisting in the effect of low-frequency currents on the affected areas of the body.
The procedure has huge advantages over traditional methods.
Passing through the needle-electrode, the current bypasses the skin barrier and with the maximum effect acts directly in the focus of the disease; the effectiveness of the method in various diseases ranges from 60 to 94%, pain syndrome is eliminated in 5-6 procedures, the frequency of exacerbations decreases by 2.5-3 times, and the remission lasts up to 3 years; treatment time is reduced by 2 or more times.
The method can be combined with another treatment. The procedures performed are low-traumatic, safe, and carried out on an outpatient basis.
The procedure is performed by a doctor who has special training. A course of 3 to 10 treatments
Indications for use
This therapy is often used when the patient is suffering from painful syndromes in osteochondrosis of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine in the stage of exacerbation and remission, in all variants and localizations of pain. Pain syndromes accompanying these pathological conditions.
Osteoarthritis of the hip, knee, ankle and small joints of the hands and feet, with all kinds and stages of the process.
This procedure is contraindicated when the patient is experiencing cardiac excretion, heart failure above stage II A, hypertension 2-3 degrees, neoplasms, pregnancy, active tuberculosis of the lungs and kidneys, atrioventricular block II and III, acute coronary and brain syndromes.
Acute intra-articular lesions, acute suppurative inflammatory processes, the active stage of rheumatoid arthritis. Implanted pacemaker.