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After injuries and spinal surgeries an author's rehabilitation approach

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 spinal column is primarily an organ with its own organ interests. Before requiring the spine to perform external support and motor function, he needs to ensure all six conditions of his own viability:

  • integrity anatomical, morphological, functional;

  • own innervation, as an organ;

  • neurotrophy, neuroregulation, neurodynamic;

  • own blood-supply and energy supply.

The spinal column after the injury and after the surgical reconstruction, as an organ is defective and insolvent, and the rehabilitation task is to carry out biomechanical methods and recovery techniques so, that the spine, each of its division - cervical thoracic, lumbar, as an organ has earned and began to perform its supporting and motor function for musculoskeletal system in general.

The spinal cord and the diverting nerves, spinal membranes, cavities, spinal canal, cerebrospinal fluid current are restored through the spine. It is necessary to provide the spinal cord, as an organ, its own energy supply for the processes of self-recovery, self-healing, self-integration.

As soon as we, with the patient participation, do these repair and recovery works in the epicenter and injury spot, we can move on to the next stage - the pelvic organs and lower limbs restoration, as organs previously deprived of normal afferent-efferent neurotrophic, neuroregulatory, neuro-integrative support. Taking into account that the atrophy and deformation every day, week, month follow a crazy trend.
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