The posture-metric photo-test of the musculoskeletal system support and motor function clearly demonstrates the presence of asymmetry: pelvic distortions, bones and articular surfaces disposition, axial and planar micro displacements, hyperlordosis, kyphosis, a flat back, a deformed chest, a cervical base, pterygoid scapula, raised shoulders, shoulder protraction, mobility restrictions, and more.
At the WHO European Conference, it was noted that negative work-related conditions are an important problem for about one third of the working countries of the European Union. According to statistics, “burnout syndrome” occurs at least once in a lifetime in 25% of people.
"The road for gold" in the sports world is associated with the constant mobilization of an internal athlete resource and timely injury prevention, the maximum recovery after injuries and surgeries.
The author's approach to the biomechanical methods restoration of a "spot" and the trauma epicenter, the spine support and motor function, as an organ, after injuries and surgeries on the spine.
The rehabilitation treatment approach for osteochondrosis is based on biomechanical techniques conducted in an energy-saving and energy- subsidized mode.
Basic rehabilitation principles of multiple sclerosis: timeliness, regularity, unity of therapeutic and rehabilitative measures, interdisciplinary approach, individuality. Staging is determined by a work combination in the center and at home, discussed and planned with the personal physician and patient.
Laura Asadauskaitė-Zadneprovskienė, Lithuanian athlete and Olympic Champion 2012, won the UIPM 2019 Pentathlon World Cup Final in Tokyo and won the license for the 2020 Olympics.