Hip joint arthrosis

Hip joint arthrosis

Characteristics of hip joint arthrosis: Coxarthrosis refers to a degenerative disease of the hip joint resulting from wear of the articular cartilage. Old age, obesity, recurrent injuries, inflammation and joint overuse are among the most common predisposing factors for these changes. The cartilage is uneven and damaged, the joint is painful, swollen, and appearing in a pathological configuration. Surgical treatment of hip joint arthrosis is often required, including osteotomy or total hip replacement. Arthrosis of mild severity can be managed with medications and rehabilitation.

Using magnetic therapy in hip joint arthrosis

Daily application of low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy is advisable for rehabilitation treatment of hip joint arthrosis. Analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling effects play the key role in the treatment of this disease.

Application of magnetic therapy in hip joint arthrosis

In hip joint arthrosis, it is preferable to initially reduce pain using low frequency therapy at 4-6 Hz, which should be applied daily, and once pain relief is achieved, treatment should be combined with regenerative programs at 25-50 Hz. A large solenoid-type and a folding flat applicator is suitable.

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