Characteristics of brain dysfunction: Minimal brain dysfunction in children is an impairment of the child’s central nervous system during intrauterine life, due to birth trauma, ischaemia, and many other factors. Brain dysfunction determines a wide range of pathological manifestations, from mobility disorders to impaired concentration, learning, and so on. Targeted long-term rehabilitation is the cornerstone of treating brain dysfunction.
Brain dysfunction in adults is usually related to insufficient vascular supply in the brain and degenerative changes due to ischaemic, autoimmune, toxic, and other changes.
Purpose of magnetic therapy application in brain dysfunction
The purpose is to improve the blood circulation and metabolic processes in the central nervous system and create better conditions to accelerate repairs, restoration of damaged functions, modification of muscle tone, etc.
My son was diagnosed with DMO - dyskinetic athetosis. A year after birth he wasn't able to turn over, to hold anything in a hand. They applied Vojta's method, pulsed magnotherapy and had special exercises in Pardubice. Our son started crawling when he was 2 and he is able to stand up on his own in his 3 years.Dita Olexová, Třemošnice
My grandson has DMO, he uses the device for hands, legs and neck. There is a slight improvement of the blood circulation of upper and low limbs and better blood circulation of cold feet.Katarína Bocorová, Moravské Lieskové
Description and use of magnetic therapy application in brain dysfunction
Minimal brain dysfunction (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)) in children is an impairment of the child’s central nervous system during intrauterine life, due to birth trauma, ischaemia, and many other factors. The extent of the damage based on structural changes in the CNS is also related to a wide range of manifestations, which differ from common standards, such as noticeably uneven development of intellectual abilities, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity to hypoactivity, lack of concentration, low tenacity, fatigue, impulsiveness, precipitancy, mood and mental performance swings, emotional lability, infantile behaviour, difficulty falling asleep, bed wetting, nightmares, speech development disorders, physical clumsiness, impaired perception, learning, reading, writing (dyslexia, dysgraphia), and so on.
The main approach to treating brain dysfunction is pharmacotherapy, which is focused mainly on “brain nutrition” and increased blood flow through the blood vessels in the brain to increase the oxygen and glucose supply to the nerve cells, and targeted long-term rehabilitation.
Brain dysfunction in adults can be primary – in diseases directly affecting the brain and in injuries, or secondary – when brain dysfunction is one of the symptoms of a general disorder of other systems of the body. Most often, brain dysfunction in adults develops due to insufficient vascular supply in the brain (e.g. after a cerebrovascular accident) and due to degenerative, ischaemic, autoimmune, toxic and other changes.
You can treat these problems as well
- Ménière’s syndrome and disease
- Cerebral palsy
- Cervical spine pain
Magnetic therapy as an optimal method of brain dysfunction treatment
Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy is the optimal method, which involves both the desired effect of pharmacotherapy (improved microcirculation of oxygenated blood and nutrients in the CNS) and also serves as a suitable physiatric therapy, which leads to modification of the muscle tone, improves normal functions and accelerates repair. Remarkable effects have been described in scientific literature even in children with severe musculoskeletal dysfunction. We recommend that magnetic therapy be applied s to the entire area of the spine and head and in the event of mobility disorders, treatment of the affected area should also be added. In handicapped children, magnetic therapy is a suitable daily and long-term treatment within the framework of home care.
In adults after a cerebrovascular accident (after treatment in the acute stage, which is aimed at maintaining vital functions, and includes anti-swelling therapy, thrombolytic therapy and normalisation of blood pressure), magnetic therapy is indicated as part of early rehabilitation (usually once the patient is discharged from hospital after the acute disease has been managed). Application of Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy results in direct stimulation of the neurons, vasodilation of the pre-capillary arterioles and capillaries in the damaged tissues. Microcirculation, oxygen and nutrient supply are significantly improved and an anti-inflammatory effect takes place. This improves metabolic conditions for normal functioning of the nerve cells and supports further movement and other rehabilitation, which decreases the risk of development of brain dysfunction.
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