Medical therapy, a solution for cervical pain.

Cervical pain is caused by excessive loading on the muscles and heavy wear on the vertebrae. It is an intense pain that can cause stiffness, headache, nausea and dizziness, among other symptoms of cervical pain. One of the solutions to cervical problems is medical therapy. The aim of this treatment is to exercise the weak muscles of the back to combat the cause of pain.

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New developments in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a very common condition, affecting 3% of the population. Carpal tunnel syndrome treatment begins with immobilisation of the joint with a carpal tunnel splint and adaptation of activities. If this fails to work, surgery usually becomes necessary, but recent research has shown that physiotherapy treatment could yield better results.

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Diagnostic ultrasound revolutionises the treatment of traumatic injuries

Surgery on sporting injuries is undergoing a revolution with the use of diagnostic ultrasound. It is a minimally invasive technique that helps to locate the damaged area and focus all of the treatment on it. This means that it is not necessary to perform surgery, making it more effective, reducing recovery time and ensuring fewer complications for the patient.

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Virtual reality, a tool to combat multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s

Virtual reality is a computer system that generates representations of reality. With the use of special glasses, you can have the feeling of entering into that illusion and interacting with what is there. There are numerous applications, for example, it can be used as a tool in the fight against Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. The possibility of using virtual reality for early diagnosis of these diseases is currently being investigated.

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Stem cells: a solution to slow the progress of multiple sclerosis.

Treatment with stem cells can help in many areas of health and medical research. New discoveries in this field are appearing every day and increasingly being used to treat blood problems and immunological diseases. For example, in the case of multiple sclerosis, recent research has discovered that treatment with stem cells can stop the progression of the condition.

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