비수술 무중력 감압 디스크 척추 치료
Kinetrac DAVINCI & 3d Newton
과거에는 수술에만 의존하던 디스크를, 과학과 의료의 발달로 인해 이제는 비수술로 치료할 수 있는 시대입니다. 하지만 대학병원 급에나 가야만 치료 받을 수 있던 무중력 감압 치료기를, 이제 서해안의 중심이자 충남 도청이 있는 유희승 한의원에서 진료 받으실 수 있습니다.
2016년 5월 부터는 근력 강화기 까지 도입하게 되어 척추 뿐만 아니라, 그 주변을 보호하고 있는 인대와 근육까지 교정과 힘을 키우게 되어 재활까지 완전히 치료가 가능한 병원이 되었습니다. 최첨단 장비와 기계를 통해, 큰 수술 없는, 또는 하기 전에 완치 시키는 감압 치료를 받으시는게 좋습니다.
특히 성장기 청소년들의 성장의 방해와 불량한 자세 때문에 공부하는데 통증을 느껴 오래 앉아 있지 못하는 측만증의 경우 그 치료효과가 매우 우수하기 때문에 척추를 바로 잡아서 숨겨진 키까지 잡아주세요.
3D-Newton jest systemem treningu grawitacyjnego mięśni 3D wykorzystującym obrót 360° oraz nachylenie 0-60°, który pozwala wykonywać ćwiczenia w trzech płaszczyznach. Umożliwia rewitalizację nerwów ruchowych, ćwiczenia wzmagające głębokie mięśnie kręgosłupa. Terapia niestabilności kręgosłupa poprzez zrównoważoną stymulację obciążeniową.
- Pochylenie 0-60°
- Kontrola pochylenia pod wieloma kątami
- Obrót 0-360°
- Obrotowa kontrola kąta
- Laserowy czujnik odległości 50-500mm
3D-NEWTON ułatwia stymulację organów ścięgnistych Golgiego i Ośrodkowego Układu Nerwowego oraz wzmacnia stabilizację mięśni.
Inteligentny System do oceny siły mięśni :
The short term effects of the Decompression (KNX 7000®) and Traction Device on Pain in Patients with Chronic low back pain with or without Radicular pain
So‐Hyun Park, PT. PhD; Chul‐Seoung Kim, PhD; Dong‐Gyu Lee, MD1; Sang‐Ho Ahn, MD, PhD1
Medical Devices Clinical Trial Center of Yeungnam University Hospital; 1Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, College of Medicine, Yeungnam University; 1Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, College of Medicine, Yeungnam University; 2Institute of Biomedical Engineering Yeungnam University
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the short term effects of the traction and decompression device, which is a newly developed domestic medical device, on pain and functional activity in patients with chronic low back pain with or without radicular pain.
Methods: Forty patients with chronic low back pain were included and allocated to decompression (n=20) and traction groups (n=20). They received decompression or traction therapy for 20 minutes a day, 3 days per week for two weeks. For evaluating pain and functional activity, a visual analogue scale (VAS) for low back pain and the Oswestry back pain disability index (ODI) were obtained on pre‐treatment, and at 6, 12 and 15 days after treatment. Patients’satisfaction levels were measured 15 days after treatment.
Results: VAS was significantly decreased at 12 days and 15 days post‐treatment compared to pre‐treatment in both groups (p<0.05). ODI was significantly decreased at 12 days and 15 days post‐treatment compared to pre‐treatment in the decompression group (p<0.05). However, there was no significant difference between the two groups in the VAS and ODI scales (p>0.05). Patients’ satisfaction levels were significantly higher in the decompression group than in the traction group (p<0.05)
Conclusion: These findings suggest that decompression therapy might be effective for increasing functional activity in patients with low back pain and could provide patients with higher satisfaction than traction therapy. This study provided validity data for the therapeutic effects of the decompression device in patients with low back pain and it will be useful for medical cost development and patient education of this device.
The 3D Newton is a medical device of high quality and technology, designed to treat patients for many years. Its target is the multidirectional muscolar training combined with a correction of postural perception by the patient. Through particular tests which give an evaluation of strength and resistance of different muscolar groups and a precise and objective individuation of the level of perception at different directions, we obtain a customized training protocol to strengthen, at the same time, all muscolar groups involved, and correction of posture based on the automatic evaluation of the right position by the patient’s mind.
New physiotherapy, rehab centre opened
The Anti-Gravity Locomotion Simulator, the latest treadmill technology from NASA designed to simulate walking in anti-gravity, is among the new machines for treating physiotherapy patients at the Medcare Physio and Rehab Centre that was opened on Monday.
Another is a 3D Newton machine which is a first of its kind in the region to treat and train trunk muscles.
The other advanced equipment include a gait analysis machine, decompression machines, a laser machine and a shockwave machine to treat tendon injuries.
The facility has been set up to complement and support Medcare Orthopaedics and Spine Hospital and with the aim to offer comprehensive Physiotherapy, fully-fledged Rehabilitation Programme, Sports Injury Care, Advanced Joint Care, Post-Operative Assessment and Mobility. It also additionally provides services such as Advanced Neuro-Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy and Advanced Paediatric Rehabilitation with full-fledged Sensory Centre.
Alisha Moopen, Director of Aster DM Healthcare, said: “The centre is equipped with the latest specialised equipment to undertake rehabilitation for all physical injuries, deformities and ailments. It is a unique concept that caters to the entire community of Dubai and adjoining emirates. The facility is operated by a team of highly skilled therapists with a leading physiatrist on board.”