SPINALIS Physical medicine Belgrade


Physical medicine Belgrade
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Occasional back pain, pain and tingling that radiates down the leg, neck pain, muscle spasms, headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, and hand tingling clearly indicate a problem.

We asked Dr. Žarko Radović from the Spine Care Center "Spinalis" how these problems can be resolved without surgery and how the pain can be reduced.

The most common problem causing back pain is a herniated disc, which usually occurs between the ages of 30 and 50.

The reason for this is that the natural aging process of the spinal discs begins in childhood and early youth, so it is not unusual for the condition to develop in a person in their twenties.

Symptoms depend on the level at which the problem occurs. The most common level is L5/S1, where pain radiates down the entire leg to the foot, often accompanied by calf pain with severe muscle spasms. There can also be foot drop and sphincter damage (frequent urination, inability to urinate, erectile dysfunction).
When it comes to the neck, C4/C5 and C6 are usually affected.

Pain radiates down the arms with tingling and muscle weakness. Headaches and dizziness can occur with pronounced degenerative changes and narrowing of the vertebral arteries that supply the brain (headaches are usually occipital, with tinnitus and pain extending to the temples).

The goal of treatment is to reduce and eliminate pain, address the cause of the back and leg problems, and eliminate any potential neurological symptoms.

This involves the application of a new method that targets the root cause of the problem, SPINAL DECOMPRESSION THERAPY.

Spinal decompression therapy is the only non-surgical, computer-controlled, and diagnostically connected treatment that achieves excellent results in severe cases of herniated discs, degenerative changes, arthritis, spinal canal stenosis, and nerve root compression.

Decompression therapy works by using cyclical phases of distraction and relaxation and proper disc positioning to increase the intervertebral space by several millimeters (1-2), releasing the nerves, reducing pain, tingling, headaches, dizziness, and weakness in the hands and feet.

This treatment creates negative pressure and a vacuum effect within the disc located between two vertebrae, thereby pulling the herniation back into the disc.

The vacuum increases circulation around the disc, thus healing the inflammatory process.

Decompression treatment stretches the receptors in the muscles and ligaments around the spinal column, reduces pressure on the intervertebral joints, and increases spinal mobility.

It separates and creates a separation of the vertebrae, increasing the space between them, expanding the intervertebral foramen, and straightening the curvature of the spinal column.

The clinical efficacy of this treatment is proven to be 85%.

This is currently one of the most effective non-surgical methods for treating back pain.

At the "Spinalis" center, we achieve up to 85% success in the lumbar region with 10 to 12 continuous treatments, while for the cervical spine, results are seen after 6 treatments.

Treatment and rehabilitation methods that help relieve pain include:

- Herniated disc treatment
- Tecar therapy
- Shock therapy
- Arthritis treatment
- Guna collagen therapy
- Musculoskeletal ultrasound

Aesthetic treatments for face and body include:

- Hyaluronic fillers
- Botulinum toxin
- Rejuvenation with blood plasma
- Hyperhidrosis
- Lipolysis
- Vitamin infusions

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