Optimization of Treatment and Diagnosis in Patients with Osteoporosis

O.M. Ihnatiev, O.M. Polivoda, M.I. Turchyn, A.V. Shanyhin

Abstract


The study involved 250 patients aged 19 to 89 years (49 men and 201 women) with varying degrees of bone mineral loss. According to the methods of treatment, patients were divided into three groups: group A — kinesitherapy in combination with a standard medical regimen was used; group B — the use of kinezi- and DENS-therapy in combination with a medical regimen; control group — drug therapy. It was found that the recovery of the musculoskeletal system in patients of group A and B is faster than in the control group, but the most rapid growth rates of bone mineral density were observed in patients of the group B.
A dependence of integral indicators of clinical manifestations and disorders of the musculoskeletal system on the degree of vertebral bodies deformation and NSF Index was determined.
Differential approach to the choice of the individual exercises related to the impact on the skeleton of dynamic and static axial load is proposed taking into account the difference in strength of the flexor and extensor muscles.


Keywords


osteoporosis; osteopenia; traumatic risk index; score

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/1608-1706.2.17.2016.74693

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