Carboxytherapy as a part of complex treatment of musculoskeletal pain

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Carboxy therapy

Musculoskeletal pain is extremely common and accounts for about a third of all acute and chronic pain syndromes. According to modern concepts, musculoskeletal pain includes back pain, pain syndrome associated with osteoarthritis, and pathology of periarticular soft tissues (bursitis, tendinitis/tendosynovitis, enthesopathy, myofascial syndrome). At the same time, in a significant part of patients with musculoskeletal, the pathogenesis and localization of pain may be varied. In this case, pain occurs simultaneously or alternately in different areas.

Carboxytherapy is a procedure that is already known today and is effective in the treatment of many diseases. There is sufficient experience worldwide by MEDGAZ and IAMGT, for instance, in using this procedure with high efficiency in the treatment of mononeuropathy, and even the improvement of the whole organism.

What is the secret of carboxytherapy?

The method of invasive carboxytherapy is based on sterile carbon dioxide, which is administered to the patient by subcutaneous or intradermal injection. Since a local state of hypercapnia occurs in the injection area, this causes vasodilation, improved blood circulation, blood flow with oxygen, improved metabolic processes, and the removal of metabolic products retained in cells. The positive effects of invasive carboxytherapy are explained by the fact that carbon dioxide allows almost lightning speed to enter into reactions at the cellular level and interact with fermented components of plasma, protein, carbohydrate components to form active carbon dioxide and its products, ensuring the normalization of pH in tissues. An increase in the level of carbon dioxide in cells and tissues is perceived by them as an external activator of physiological life support processes.

Mechanism of action

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Benefits of carboxytherapy procedures

The advantages of using carboxytherapy compared to other methods of treating the listed diseases are its safety, minimal invasiveness and compatibility with other physiotherapeutic procedures and drug treatment. The effectiveness increases in complex treatment and the procedure itself has a cumulative effect and a prolonged effect, which lasts from 4 months to six months.

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Carboxytherapy affects all components of the pathological process, from exteroreceptors to internal organs. It is a natural and sustainable healing method that increases energy metabolism.


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