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This book is for those who bring diseases of the spine not only physical suffering but also interfere with normal life, as well as for those who wish to help their loved ones who have these diseases. The techniques described herein of medical and preventive massage will help relieve the patient's condition during the attack, and will not allow re-develop pain syndrome. However, before using massage, you should consult with your doctor.
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Table of Contents:

Massage in diseases of the spine 2

INTRODUCTION 2

Chapter 1. The history and development of MASSAGE 3

CHAPTER 2. Anatomical and physiological properties MASSAGE 13

Effect of massage on the skin 13

Effect of massage on the nervous system 14

Effect of massage on the circulatory and lymphatic systems 17

Massage effect on the respiratory system 19

Massage effect on internal organs and metabolism 19

Massage effect on the muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons 20

CHAPTER 3. Hygienic bases MASSAGE 22

Requirements for premises and equipment 22

Requirements masseur 24

Requirements for massed 27

Lubricating means 29

Indications and contraindications for massage 32

Chapter 4 forms, methods and techniques of massaging 34

Forms massage 34

Massage Techniques 35

The techniques of classical massage 37

CHAPTER 5. diseases of the spine 57

Cervical osteochondrosis 63

Thoracic osteochondrosis 63

Lumbosacral osteochondrosis 64

Radikulitnye disease 65

Curvature of the spine (scoliosis, lordosis, kyphosis) 66

Violation of posture 68

CHAPTER 6. MASSAGE THERAPY AND GYMNASTICS AT VARIOUS DISEASES SPINE 69

Massage at the cervical and thoracic osteochondrosis and radiculitis 69

Massage at the lumbosacral osteochondrosis and radiculitis 73

Massage in the breast C-shaped scoliosis of 76

Massage at lumbar scoliosis C-78

Massage in the S-shaped scoliosis of 80

Massage in degenerative diseases of the spine (spondylosis, spondylitis, etc.). 80

81 Self-massage

Physiotherapy (physical therapy) 82

Exercise therapy in lumbosacral pain 82

Exercise therapy for pain in the cervical spine 85

Exercise therapy for pain in the thoracic spine 86

Exercise for the correction of posture 87

Therapeutic baths and bath 87

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