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Rehabilitation of moving activity and nervous-muscular coordination at defeats of the central nervous system after Skorbun-Zverev method: removal of spasticity, atonic muscles tone restoration, accelerated record of base movements in a memory 
The possibilities of this course of treatment are reflected in our data taken from results atchieved by patients between two and forty-six years of age who underwent from one to ten treatment courses.

  • Following between one and five applications of the given method there is a significant reduction and, in some cases, complete remission of spasticity.  Normal functioning of proprioceptors is achieved through initiation of a method for activating gamma motor neurons; this achieves initiation of previously non-working [atony] muscles.  Peripheral sections of the nerve system are rehabilitated.
  • The elimination of spasticity and the practically complete elimination of contractions  make it possible to develop redundant chorda.  The amount of mobility is determined by the intensiveness and correct application of physical therapy during intervals between courses of treatment.  The concentration of attention is increased in conditions of heightened activity (hyperkinesia) together with a reduction in the uncontrollability of movements.
  • The tone of synergists are equalized and formerly inactive muscles begin to become restored as a result of physical therapy; simultaneously, all synergists, to one degree or another, are found to be in working condition.  Thus, in contrast to elimination of spasms by means of medications—during which mobility for extended periods of time is rendered impossible—our method enables the patient, to experience mobility to some extent; amplitude [of mobility] increases over time.
  • Normal bone development which was hindered by the onset of spasticity is restored.  Fine motor coordination of the fingers is enhanced.
  • This method provides for quickened retention of correct body poses.  This significantly reduces fear, which inhibits chances for greater mobility.  Eventually, free mobility occurs.
  • As an individual example, an expensive surgical operation is, in many instances, the only means of uncrossing legs of patients afflicted with spasms of the thigh muscles.  This operation leaves the patient bed-ridden for a lengthy period of time, following which he must undergo an extensive course of post-operative physical therapy.  Moreover, this approach fails to eliminate the root cause; i.e., dysfunctions of the central nervous system resulting from defects of the brain.  On the contrary, new problems are created which, in turn, require additional surgical operations.  Our experience indicates that this problem can be resolved by undergoing one or two series of treatments.
  • Our developed complex of rehabilitative procedures leads to elimination of spasticity and to restoration of muscle tone to the back, neck, and face, following which the patient can achieve normal body poses and speech.
  • Our patient Alexandra S. (year of birth – 1994) underwent ten treatment courses, beginning in December 1996; in 1999, her diagnosis of infantile cerebral palsy was revoked as a result of medical observation and electronic imaging.
  • A unique feature of this method of treatment is its effectiveness regardless of the age of the patient in question.  Contraindications include oncological illnesses, thrombophlebitis and other contraindications that might occur during application of vibrational therapy.
  • A complex of therapeutic activities have been developed within the scope of this method.  These are directed at the vegetative as well as central nervous system, and at regeneration of the system of sexual functions.  In addition, healing and prophylactic measures against hemorrhoids have been developed.  This is achieved by means of a specialized complex of vibrational therapies applied to the smooth muscle organs and striped muscles of the small pelvis through which sexual nerves and muscles pass, and blood vessels that service the sexual and urinary tracts are located.
  • Notwithstanding the circumstance that this method is directed primarily toward recovery of motor functions, it also yields an overall enhancement [of the body’s condition]—particularly with regard to intellectual development.