Review article

Innovative Technologies in the Health-Resort Treatment of Patients with Dorsopathy

1 ORCIDNuvakhova M.B.

1 National Medical Research Center of Rehabilitation and Balneology, Moscow, Russian Federation


Abstract:

Taking into account the many causes of diseases associated with dorsopathy, it is substantial to introduce new innovative technologiesinto the practice of health resort treatment on the basis of the modern concept of individual (personalized) complex therapy.In this article priorities in modern information medical technologies are considered. Examples of various applications of innovativetechnologies and comprehensive programs of rehabilitation therapy in the case of health-resort treatment of patients with pain syndromescaused by dorsopathy are demonstrated. Restorative physiotherapeutic treatment process, including dorsopathy treatment,should be accentuated from predominantly pathogenetic to etiotropic therapy, taking into account the characteristics of the patient’smetabolism. Corresponding integral innovative projects should be based on the methods of adaptive immunotherapy, psychotherapyand on the reconstruction of a favorable environment for the physical and mental well-being of a person. The modern paradigm inhealth resort treatment does not means to bringing the patient to the initial quasi-stable state of health, but in restoring health inhealthy people. That is the aim of modern innovative technologies in health-resort treatment.

Keywords: dorsopathy, pain syndrome, vertebrogenic, spine, innovative technologies, health resort rehabilitation, physiotherapy equipment, genetic polymorphism, personalized therapy

For citation: Nuvakhova M.B. Innovative Technologies in the Health-Resort Treatment of Patients with Dorsopathy. Bulletin of Rehabilitation Medicine. 2020; 6 (100): 66–74. https://doi.org/10.38025/2078-1962-2020-100-6-66-74



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