A NEW HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT
APPROACH

BASED ON THE TWO
SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES OF
PROFESSOR SERDYUK.

 

A HEALTHY SPINE IN A CHILD IS THE KEY TO HIS OR HER HEALTH DURING THE FUTURE LIFE!

 

  Revealing a true cause of pain and various health problems
  Consultations in the prevention of spinal diseases and maintenance of overall health.
  Complex treatment according to Professor Serdyuk method.
  Control of reconvalescence.

 

If we will look at each other, including members of our families and friends, neighbors, etc., we will see to our great surprise, that everybody without exception have spinal deformities of different degree – scoliotic posture with formation of a rib hump. Degree of this deformation in different people varies greatly and depends on lifestyle, occupation, age, etc.

The patients complaints are extremely diverse: headache, mostly unilateral, dizziness, cardiac-type chest pain, impaired hearing and vision, vegetative and vascular disorders, numbness and spasms of the fingers and toes, spinal pain, etc. Moreover, physical and mental fatigability, radicular or intercostal neuralgia-type pain of various localization

Of great significance is the fact that the formation of spinal deformity in childhood often occurs without symptoms. Consequently, a physician often examines an adolescent or an adult patient, but not a child. In such case the patient already has overt symptoms of pathological deformity of the spine, as well as the symptoms of internal diseases as a consequence of impaired end-organ innervation. It is worth mentioning that in such cases we are not talking about cancer or infectious diseases, which certainly require specific treatment.

On the basis of the new theory of scoliosis development Professor Serdyuk made a set of diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic measures for early detection and successful conservative treatment of scoliosis and related diseases:

  visual and oculomotor impairments (strabismus, astigmatism, amblyopia, myopia);

  heart diseases (cardiac-type chest pain, arrhythmias e.g. bradycardia or extrasystoly, etc.);

hyperthyroidism and related vegetative and vascular dystonia, chronic headaches including migraine, etc.

Practicing the new complex from early childhood until the completion of active growth of the skeleton is aimed at restoring spino-pelvic balance and physiological biomechanics of the trunk muscles, as well as preventing the transition of functional scoliosis in structural. This complex includes detorsional gymnastics, corrective shoe insoles on the side of pelvic tilt and magneto-acoustic treatments influencing the spinal cord

 

 

 

Consequently, the blood supply of the latter is restored leading to the correct functioning of spinal pathways and nerves, which in turn leads to normal functioning of all tissues, organs and systems.

 

 

 

SCHEME DEPICTING THE INNERVATION OF ORGANS

 

 

The accumulated knowledge allowed to look at the problem of development of scoliosis and spinal pain in a new way, which allowed to develop treatment recommendations in children with initial forms of disease and in adults with chronic pathological processes

Practicing the new complex in adults in conjunction with exercises for preserving spinal flexibility substantially reduces the symptoms of thoracic spinal pain and particularly cardiac-type chest pain thus prolonging the physical health for many years. The complex is completely safe and harmless, is not associated with pharmacological therapy or surgery.

The new conservative treatment of scoliosis is most effective in early childhood. Harmonic development of the child creates a real prospect of reducing the number of adult patients. Practice of the methods developed by Professor Serdyuk provides recovery of the patients with minimal amount of medicines or even without them. The discussed complex is protected by patents of Ukraine and Russia. Its effectiveness is confirmed in thousands of patients suffering from scoliosis and spinal pain. The effectiveness of treatment is enhanced by physical therapy (magnetic therapy), implemented by the magneto-acoustic devices designed by professor Serdyuk.

 

 

 

More than 20 years of follow-up of patients treated by according the method of Professor Serdyuk allowed him to make a number of important conclusions.

 

 

 

The second stage of treatment aims at correction the bony spine and reducing rib hump, i.e. correction of structural scoliosis. Traditional approach is surgical fixation of the spine in anatomically correct position using various metal constructs. However, due to a number of disadvantages (invasivness of the surgery with virtually cessation of growth of the spine thereafter, postoperative complications, high costs of treatment, etc.) spinal braces are increasingly used. Surgery and fixation of the spine using a brace are aimed at immobilization in the maximally correct position and prevention of deterioration. Most importantly is to avoid worsening.

The second stage of treatment according to the method proposed by Professor Serdyuk is based on the implementation of the medical complex over the next several years, during which a gradual rearrangement of the spine occurs without external influence. Such self-correction of the spine and ribs certainly occurs more rapidly in children, from an early age until the completion of active skeletal growth. In adult man with already formed skeleton with corresponding structural defects of vertebrae and ligaments, etc., recovery is very slow and lasts 2-5 years or even longer.

The second stage of treatment according to the method proposed by Professor Serdyuk is based on the implementation of the medical complex over the next several years, during which a gradual rearrangement of the spine occurs without external influence. Such self-correction of the spine and ribs certainly occurs more rapidly in children, from an early age until the completion of active skeletal growth. In adult man with already formed skeleton with corresponding structural defects of vertebrae and ligaments, etc., recovery is very slow and lasts 2-5 years or even longer.

From the standpoint of biomechanics, surgery and brace can not and does not give an overt therapeutic effect without the first stage – correction of pelvic tilt and spinal instability in the lumbosacral motion segment caused by unilateral spasm of spinal muscles. In this case we are not discussing spinal deformities caused by the presence of additional, wedge-shaped of fused vertebrae. It is the presence of the pelvic misalignment that causes screw breakage due to metal fatigue.

Thus, the necessity of correction of the scoliotic posture becomes clear, as it is the first and most important stage of scoliosis treatment.

 

 

 

Causes of spine deformities

In most cases, the main cause of scoliosis is the asymmetry of spinal erectors. Pelvic tilt caused by unilateral spasm of these muscles associated with dysplasia of the lumbosacral vertebrae (causing in turn spino-pelvic inbalance) is the starting point of scoliosis development. Grade of the deformation depends on the relative shortening of one leg, inherited from the parents.

Deformed spine causes injury to the spinal cord and brainstem, nerves, ganglia and other structures that in turn disrupts normal functioning of the brain and all the organs and tissues. These changes begin in early childhood and increase gradually. Thus, children with functional scoliosis grow up and became adults with deformed spines and various diseases. If a scoliotic posture (functional scoliosis) is not corrected in early childhood, then in later life it transforms in structural scoliosis, which is characterized by anatomical changes of vertebral bodies (wedge-shaped deformation, dysplasia of vertebral arcs and processes, ligaments, discs, muscles and etc.).

Chronic fixation of the spine in abnormal curved position to the either side is characteristic for all people, regardless of gender and age, and is caused by congenital unilateral spasm of spinal erectors. This initiates rotational displacement of the vertebrae in all sections of the spine (cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral).

Rotation of the cervical vertebrae causes extravasal compression of the vertebral arteries and veins, as well as the sympathetic nerves that pass through the vertebral foramina, what in turn leads to disruption of the arterial and venous blood flow to the brain. Diminished arterial blood supply leads to cortical atrophy, memory problems, mental retardation, autism in children and senile dementia (Alzheimer’s disease) in adults. Disruption of venous outflow from the brain leads to increased intracranial pressure, ventricular expansion (hydrocephalus), convulsions and epileptiform seizures, etc.

According to Professor Serdyuk these abnormalities are the causes of migraine (frequent and prolonged episodes of headache) in adults and children of all ages. Abrupt rotation of the head to the either side or antero/retroflexion can often lead to a brief loss of consciousness, which is extremely dangerous while walking, driving and working with rotating machinery. Fluctuations in blood pressure, tearfulness, irritancy, restless and superficial sleep or chronic insomnia are also caused by impaired arterial and venous circulation

These are, in general, the causes of vegetative-vascular dystonia and vertebro-basilar syndrome – conditions which often lead to disability. Understanding of the mechanisms underlying these pathological conditions allowed Professor Serdyuk to effectively treat patients even upon complete recovery with minimal medication or without it. Thousands of cured patients confirm the validity of this method.

Disruption of the blood supply to the brainstem is the cause of impaired hearing as well as hormonal disorders (cachexia and its opposite – obesity, disorders of sexual development e.g. femine constitution in young men, masculine hairiness of the face and body in females, etc.). Early detection of these changes in children reveals the way to recovery, eliminating the prospect of becoming disabled in the future years.

Dysfunction of the medulla oblongata and spinal ganglia are common causes of strabismus and trigeminitis. Their successful treatment is carried out by Professor Serdyuk in cooperation with pediatric ophthalmologist – Komashko Alexandra Nikolaevna. In 2002 their joint methods were patented – “Method for the treatment of strabismus” (patent of Ukraine N48900A) and “Method of treatment of trigeminal nerve inflammation (trigeminitis)” (NHX024).

Rotation of thoracic vertebrae causes compensatory osteochondrosis and deforming spondylosis, Schmorl’s nodes followed by dysfunction of the chest organs (chronic obstructive bronchitis, cardiac-type chest pain, spastic abdominal pain, various types of allergic reactions).

Even more complex changes occur in the lumbar and sacral spine. Patients of advanced age with a variety of complaints (pain all over the body, numbness of hands, persistent lumbosacral pain, articular pain, etc.) refer frequently to Professor Serdyuk. But even in such seemingly hopeless situations there are ways to help, reduce the intensity of pain and return to active fulfilling life.

This is achieved due to the gradual recovery of the correct biomechanics of the body, normalization of neurotrophic function of the spinal cord, etc. Professor Serdyuk uses a special, self-designed medical therapies consisting of detorsional gymnastics, corrective shoe inserts and magneto-acoustic devices of his own construction.

Small, but quite encouraging experience is already accumulated in the treatment of bronchial asthma and diabetes in childhood and adolescence. There have been cases of successful treatment of psoriasis, seborrhea, obesity and infertility.

A detailed information on the topic and over 120 case reports including radiological findings from the clinical practice of Professor Serdyuk and treatment recommendations are given in the monograph “Scoliosis and spinal pain syndrome. New understanding of their origin and ways of successful treatment”.

 

 

 

Causes of scoliosis

In 5% of cases scoliosis may be a consequence of fractures, inflammation, poliomyelitis, tuberculosis, etc. 95% of cases are idiopathic forms, when the cause is unknown. These include functional and structural scoliosis.

Functional scoliosis

Functional scoliosis is common in children and adolescents and is caused by the spasm of spinal erectors. Treatment consist of compensation of functional shortening of one of the legs using shoe insoles, detorsional gymnastics and use of local magneto-acoustics, which allows to cure this form of scoliosis in a few months without surgery or brace.

Structural scoliosis

Structural scoliosis is a result of anatomical remodelling of the spine, in particular – wedge deformation of the vertebrae. Correct posture can reverse this form of scoliosis, but it takes a few years. Body posture is corrected even if the wedge-shaped deformation of the lumbar vertebrae persists

Idiopathic scoliosis

Treatment of idiopathic scoliosis usually consists of either wearing a brace or surgical fixation of the spine using metal structures. In children under 15 years of age surgeries are usually not performed because of a possible impairment of skeletal growth. In the US surgeries are being performed even in infants (because of economical issues). Surgeries are preferably to perform after the age of 15-16 years.

 

 

 

Solution to the problem

New, highly effective and complex treatment of scoliosis without surgery or brace developed by Professor Serdyuk is based on the restoration of normal biomechanics of the spine and preventing conversion of functional scoliosis into structural.

Practicing the proposed complex (detorsional gymnastics, corrective shoe inserts or insoles and magneto-acoustic treatments) can effectively improve the scoliotic posture (functional scoliosis) in children with infantile (up to 3 years of age) and juvenile (4 to 10 years) scoliosis, caused by unilateral spasm of the spinal erectors, muscles of the pelvic and thighs. As a result, correction of the lateral curvature and spinal axis occurs.

Thus, the sooner the correct position of the spine in children (preferably in the age of 1-3 years) will be restored, the sooner we will make them healthy.

Surgical treatment of scoliosis, whatever remarkable the technique is, is reserved for complex and progressive forms of the disease. We encourage to declare war on scoliosis and related diseases using new methods of prevention and conservative treatment, and be primed for victory in the light of the information contained on this website and in the books (link to download or purchase).