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23 November 2017


German doctor arrives in Baku: Spinal cord diseases

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While one of the reasons for the increased spinal cord diseases is diagnostic development, another reason lays behind the reduction of physical activities, spending sedentary lifestyle. Nowadays many people, even young children spend most of the day in front of a computer in a sitting position. As a result muscles grow weak and this creates extra pressure on joints, discs. This, in its turn, leads to a number of spinal cord diseases.

Axar.az reports that, in fact, there is no need for surgery to remove spinal cord herniation. According to the German expert on spinal diseases Gerhard Reyes, the surgery is necessary only if both-sided paresis or paresis of urinary bladder or intestinal paresis occur. Apart from it, any other spinal disc herniation must be treated by conservative ways.

“The biggest advantage of bioregulatory medicine is that, drugs used in the treatment, have almost no additional effects. This means that during the treatment the liver, kidneys and other organs contain no signs of any damage, organs are not overloaded. Treatment with bioregulatory medicine can be carried out even during the period of pregnancy.”

It hould be noted that from May 22 to May 26 German expert Gerhard Reyes will receive patients on spinal cord diseases at “Bioloji Təbabət” Clinic.

Date
2017.05.13 / 18:59
Author
Aygul Salmanova
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