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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Organizational matters

 

Questions about diagnosis

 

Questions about treatment

Cervical spine

 

Thoracic spine

Lumbosacral spine


Brain and brain vessels

 

Organizational matters

How can I get to the clinic? Contact us by phone or specify a convenient date and time you visit. You explain in detail how to reach us and answer the other questions you may have.

How can I pay for diagnosis and treatment? We accept cash, as well as transfer to a bank account. You can make a payment for our services as per the procedure separately, and for the entire course of treatment.

What do I need to do at the clinic visit? When you first visit should be to bring all your existing results of the previous examination and treatment (original or copy), if available: the conclusion, radiographs, computer tomography, analyzes, extracts, etc.

For your convenience, during the course of treatment recommended to bring replacement shoes.

How to call a specialist at home? If you are unable to come to our clinic, please contact us by phone, explain the problem and leave your contact information. We will try to help you leave and as soon as possible.

 

Questions about diagnosis

How to get tested in the clinic? In order to get a consultation in our clinic, you must enroll by telephone at the reception to a specialist at any time convenient for you and appear at the appointed time in the clinic. This should bring everything you may have the results of previous tests and treatments (original or copy), if available: the conclusion, radiographs, tomograms, analyzes, extracts, etc.

Why do we need more diagnostics? Under the additional diagnostic tests involve any diagnostic procedure, conduct which is dictated by the difficulty in diagnosis, or directed at its refinement.

For example, in diseases of the spine there is a need to clarify the source of pain, the nature of the spine, and therefore the appointed MRI or spiral CT.

Depending on the nature of headaches may need to conduct research vessels of the brain and cervical spine, or an additional inspection of an ophthalmologist or ENT doctor for further diagnosis.

How can I get additional diagnostic procedures? The need for a particular diagnostic procedure is established during the consultation from our experts and if necessary, you issued a direction on one or another kind of survey. After that you go through the examination of the terms and conditions of the diagnostic center, which you determine.

Harmful whether to be screened? There is no reason to fear the passage of the designated survey. Before its passage you explain in detail its essence and peculiarity. To date, developed and refined a sufficient number of new techniques. All of them are affordable and highly effective and very important - absolutely harmless to the patient.

How often should I be tested? It all depends on the type of pathology and clinical manifestations of disease. For the timely appointment meets your physician.

 

Questions about treatment

Cervical spine

It hurts to turn his head to one side. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by stress of some neck muscles (belt, ladder, etc.) or an overload of ligament, if it was not preceded by any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

It hurts my head tilted to one side. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by stress of some neck muscles (belt, ladder, etc.) or an overload of ligament, if it was not preceded by any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

It hurts to bend or straighten the neck. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by stress of some neck muscles (belt, ladder, etc.) or an overload of ligament, if it was not preceded by any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Pain, numbness in the hand or fingers, or worse when there is motion in the neck. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by compression of the nerve root protrusion or herniation of the intervertebral disc. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Heaviness in the shoulders when walking or prolonged sitting. What should I do? So manifest weakness of your shoulder girdle in relation to long-term static loads (tension without movement). Consult your doctor to clarify the reasons and ways to eliminate it.

Numb hands while sleeping in the prone position. What should I do? This phenomenon is characteristic for the instability of the cervical spine arising from the reflex spasm of the arteries and kinked nerve root in places where they exit the spine. Consult your doctor to clarify the reasons and ways to eliminate it.

 

Thoracic spine

Hurting between the shoulder blades when walking, sitting, pan and tilt head. What should I do? It is possible that this is due to stress some muscles (muscle lifting a shovel, etc..) Overload or ligaments, if it was not preceded by any injury. It may also manifest weakness of the muscles of your shoulder girdle in relation to long-term static loads (tension without movement). Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Hurting between the shoulder blades when walking, sitting, pan and tilt head. What should I do? It is possible that this is due to stress some muscles (muscle lifting a shovel, etc..) Overload or ligaments, if it was not preceded by any injury. It may also manifest weakness of the muscles of your shoulder girdle in relation to long-term static loads (tension without movement). Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

It hurts to do a deep breath / exhale. What should I do? It is possible that this is due to stress some muscles (muscle lifting a shovel, intercostal, and so on.) Overload or ligaments costosternal joint. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Pain in the heart. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by stress of some ligaments costosternal joint. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

 

Lumbosacral spine

It hurts to lean forward. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by inflammation of the intervertebral joint, weakness of extensor muscles and back, etc. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

It hurts to bend to the side. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by inflammation of the intervertebral joint. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Hurting from Erectile bent forward position. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by inflammation of the intervertebral joint clamped with its joint capsule, muscle weakness, back extensors, etc. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

It hurts to bend backwards. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by inflammation of the intervertebral joint. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Pain in lower back when coughing and sneezing. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by inflammation of the intervertebral joint clamped with its joint capsule, muscle weakness, back extensors, etc. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Pain, chills, a feeling of electric current, or numbness in the foot, toes. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by compression of the nerve root protrusion or herniation of the intervertebral disc. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

 

Brain and brain vessels

Dizzy. What should I do? It is possible that this is due to the instability of the cervical spine with emerging reflex spasm of the vertebral arteries or muscle tension neck. This just might precede any injury. Should exclude a brain tumor, disease of upper respiratory tract, anemia. Consult your doctor to clarify the reasons and ways to eliminate it.

Lowered blood pressure and headache. What should I do? It is possible that this is due to the instability of the cervical spine with emerging reflex spasm of the vertebral arteries or muscle tension neck. This just might precede any injury. Should exclude a brain tumor, disease of upper respiratory tract, anemia. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Unsteady when walking. What should I do? It is possible that this is due to the instability of the cervical spine with emerging reflex spasm of the vertebral arteries or muscle tension neck. This just might precede any injury. Should exclude a brain tumor, disease of upper respiratory tract, anemia. Consult your doctor to clarify the reasons and ways to eliminate it.

It's getting dark in the eyes when rising from bed or the chair. What should I do? It is possible that this occurs because of decreased tone of vascular walls, anemia. Consult your doctor to clarify the reasons and ways to eliminate it.

Pain behind the eyes when viewed from the side or up and down. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by increased intracranial pressure, brain tumor or soft tissue orbit, intracerebral hemorrhage, viral or bacterial intoxication. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Nausea and headache. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by increased intracranial pressure, brain tumor or soft tissue orbit, intracerebral hemorrhage, viral or bacterial intoxication. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

Headache. What should I do? Perhaps it is caused by increased intracranial pressure, brain tumor or soft tissue orbit, intracerebral hemorrhage, viral or bacterial intoxication. This just might precede any injury. Consult your doctor to clarify the source of pain and ways to eliminate it.

 

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