Rheumatology deals with the diseases of the locomotor organs, and with their conservative – i.e. non-surgical – treatment.
There are several diagnostic imaging procedures available for the detection of rheumatic disorders, such as X-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI examination, bone density test, or laboratory tests, if needed.
MD medical collagen therapy is a course injection sequence administered at the site of the pain using a small, thin needle. This course treatment is effective in cases of knee and hip diseases, acute and chronic back and lower back pain, sciatica, spinal canal stenosis, diseases of the small joints of the hand with pain and swelling. Following a preliminary examination, this treatment may also be given to patients with high blood pressure, diabetes, gastrointestinal diseases or those who are on a sustained anticoagulant regime and cannot use conventional painkillers. The pain decreases permanently after 5 to 6 treatments, and the patients experience an improvement in their everyday activity.