Locomotor diseases can be found in 15-20 percent of the population, so more than 100,000 people suffer from inflammatory joint disease, while the number of people experiencing symptoms of degenerative joint disease is 10-20 percent of the population.
In what cases should you turn to a rheumatology specialist?
- Degenerative diseases: acute and chronic locomotor diseases – joint, soft tissue and muscle pain, neck, head, lower back, and back pain, shoulder, knee, hip joint problems, spinal disorders, spine pain, vertebral disorders, vertebra compression fracture, herniated disc, lumbago, popping joints, ligament sprain.
- Inflammatory diseases: painful swelling in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and finger joints, knee, ankle, leg, and small joints, inflammation in multiple joints (rheumatoid arthritis), inflammatory spine pain, ligament inflammation, tendonitis, gout (urica arthritis), septic arthritis, and autoimmune disease.
- Osteoporosis: broken bones, vertebral compression fractures, osteopenia (prior state),vitamin D deficiency
- For diabetics, mapping and treatment of locomotor symptoms: degeneration of spine and hips, neurological symptoms, gout due to kidney disease, etc.
Treatments available at our clinic:
- Injected therapies:
Anti-inflammatory Injection administered into the joint
Paravertebral injection (next to the spinal column)
Local injection of small and large joints
Local infiltration of soft tissue (tubes containing fluid, tendon sheaths, tennis elbow, Baker cyst)
Cartilage repair therapy – local injection into the joint Osteoporosis treatment Intervention rheumatology procedure
MD physician, collagen-based, musculoskeletal painkilling injection: MD physician collagen therapy is an innovative solution that can be successfully applied to ease various musculoskeletal pains. With the aid of medical collagen, we apply personalised therapy depending on the type and location of the pain. In addition to easing musculoskeletal pain, we also treat the source of the pain. The preparations used during therapy can strengthen the musculoskeletal system, joint areas and the ligaments and tendons held by the joints due to its collagen content.
- Intravenous treatments:
Parenteral antibiotic treatment
- Physicotherapy: TENS (muscle cramp relaxation, improvement of local blood circulation)
Ultrasound therapy (muscle cramp relaxation, improvement of local blood circulation, reduction of pain and inflammation) Iontophoresis (introduction of medication into deeper tissue, reduction of pain and inflammation)
Kinesiotape: Kinesiotape, also known as elastic therapeutic tape, activates the pain-relief receptors when placed on the skin. By affixing the tape, the underlying muscles can move smoothly underneath the skin, which is flexibly fixed. The result is a naturally induced lymphomatic massage. The tapes assist interactions between the joints, muscles, and tendons, while also opening veins, increasing circulation of the blood. The tissue moves beneath the tape, and the natural healing process of the tissue is accelerated by this movement. The application of kinesiotape significantly shortens the healing time of joint and muscle problems.