Diagnosed spinal disk herniation commonly means the long-term drugs administration and considering the operative measures. But do not worry about this! The alternative to such therapies is available! This is a unique modern technique developed by Dr. Bubnovsky being successfully used for many years all over the world!
Movement therapy using natural body functions will release you from pain, discomfort and fears for the further disease development. Contact our Centre’s experts to receive qualified answers to the questions about your disease.
Aging and related degeneration is a natural process of the body. The only question is how early and how fast it is developing. Intervertebral disk is a connective tissue formation, which serves as a vertebral buffer during walking and jumping. It consists of the fibros ring and a less dense nucleus. Over time, the connective tissue losses its elasticity and becomes more dense, the microfissures appear on the fibrous ring. Corset muscles atrophy under insufficient physical activity, posture disorder, mineral metabolism abnormality promote these processes.
Spinal disk herniation formation is the next stage of the osteochondrosis development following the disk protrusion. This is an irreversible state. After disk ablation the inflammation area is being formed in this region, proliferation of the fibrous tissue and further calcination occur. As a result, the spine mobility is being significantly reduced and the state developed on a closed loop. The “fallen out” disk mechanically affects the spinal neurovascular bundles inducing the pain, sensory disturbances, numbness, and vasospasm.
Depending on the place of falling out the spinal disk herniations are divided into the following types:
The most problematic is the prolapsed disk within the spinal canal lumen. At that, in general, the pain and sensory disturbances symptoms are added with the signs of the internal organs dysfunction: heart, stomach, intestine, urinary system organs. Most commonly the spinal disk herniations observed in the lumbar, which carries the largest load, and in the cervical spine as the most mobile one.
The basic treatment modes are: conservative therapy and surgery. But, neither the surgery, nor long-term drugs administration guarantees the disease termination and recovery of health. Repair of one hernia does not restore the structure of the rest of the intervertebral disks, and drugs cannot replace the qualitative physical exercises. The Dr. Bubnovsky’s method is based on the kinesitherapy. Personalized program exercises allow person regaining health and productive life without pain and suffering and preventing further disease progression.