DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE
Carboxytherapy is a procedure involving carbon dioxide injections to relieve the pain and spasms, as well as to stimulate regeneration processes. Vasorelaxation stimulates the circulation of oxygen and beneficial trace elements in the muscles. Carbon dioxide relieves pain, promotes the local adaptive mechanisms, increases tissue trophism and provides deep relaxation of muscle fibers.
HOW THE PROCEDURE IS PERFORMED?
A high-purity medical gas is supplied during the procedure. Injections cause tingling, pressure and stinging for several minutes. The procedure is totally safe and bruise is the only possible complication. The duration of the procedure depends on the treated area; usually it takes not more than 30 minutes. The course consists of 6-12 procedures with a frequency of 1-2 times a week
- Rheumatological diseases
- Arthrosis, spinal disc herniations, osteochondrosis
- Spinal pain syndrome
- Dystrophic processes in the intervertebral discs
- Spinal cord functional abnormalities, vestibular disturbance
- Neurotic disorders associated with insufficient cerebral blood flow
- Chronic pain syndrome in degenerative musculoskeletal diseases (POA, spondyloarthrosis), post-injury and post-surgery rehabilitation
- Skin diseases: psoriasis, alopecia, acne scars
- Myocardial infarction and angina
- Heart, respiratory and kidney failure
- Active thrombophlebitis or gangrene
- Skin infection in the treated area
RESULTS OF THE PROCEDURE
Carboxytherapy triggers the chemical reactions in the body because of the active interaction of carbon dioxide with water molecules causing formation of a large amount of carbon dioxide as a result. This leads to metabolism acceleration and activation of blood and lymph flow, which, in turn, leads to intensive tissue renewal and removal of toxins.