WHAT WE OFFER?
Management of complications of scoliosis (increased intracranial pressure, chronic and persistent headaches, nocturnal enuresis, etc.).
In adult patients, relief of cervical pain associated with blood pressure fluctuations, numbness in the hands, dizziness, migraine. Management of thoracic and lumbosacral pain associated with breath-holding, heart arrhythmia, numbness in the legs, painful menses, constipation, etc.
PROFESSOR SERDYUK DEALS WITH THE PROBLEM FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS. HE HAS MANAGED OVER 9500 PATIENTS
(CITIZENS OF UKRAINE, FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS AND CIS COUNTRIES, USA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, SWEDEN, GERMANY, ETC.).
WE TREAT SCOLIOSIS AND KYPHOSCOLIOSIS IN INFANTS AND TODDLERS (1 TO 3 YEARS), MIDDLE AGED CHILDREN (4-9 YEARS) AND ADOLESCENTS (10-15 YEARS) USING A UNIQUE AND COMPLEX MEDICAL THERAPY WITHOUT SURGERY OR BRACE.
We treat complications of scoliosis in children and adolescents, such as chronic persistent headaches, increased intracranial pressure, vertebrobasilar syndrome, autism, impaired hearing and vision, strabismus, trigeminitis and others. Significant relief of symptoms in children suffering from chronic pneumonia, bronchitis and bronchial asthma is also possible. We provide relief of spinal pain without surgery.
Professor Serdyuk has 49 years of medical experience whereof 44 as orthopedic surgeon. In 1982 he has been conferred the honorary title of “honored inventor of Ukraine” for given a new direction to orthopedic surgery by using magnetotherapy in patients with fractures complicated by purulent infection, as well as for the development of new treatment methods and tools and their wide implementation in practice of public health. His inventions were used in the treatment of many thousands of patients, including wounded Afghans. Professor Serdyuk is author of 40 inventions. Since 1996, he deals with the problem of scoliosis in children and adolescents, as well as spinal pain in adults. He personally managed over 9500 patients.
Consequently Professor Serdyuk have made two scientific discoveries concerning mechanisms of idiopathic scoliosis and causal relationship between internal diseases in adults and spinal deformities in children. This information is presented in his book “Asymmetry of human body, scoliosis and spinal pain. New understanding of their origin and management”, Donetsk, 2010, 392 p.
In most cases, the main cause of scoliosis is imbalance of the muscles supporting the spine. Pelvic tilt due to unilateral spasm of these muscles and dysplasia of the lumbarsacral vertebrae compromises the spino-pelvic balance causing scoliosis. Degree of deformation depends on the inherited relative shortening of the leg.
Deformation of the spine causes damage to the spinal cord (including brainstem), nerves, ganglia and other neural structures that in turn disrupts the normal functioning of the brain, organs and tissues. These changes begin in early childhood and gradually progress. Children with functional scoliosis grow up and became adults with deformed spines and diverse diseases associated with pain.
If the scoliotic posture was not corrected in early childhood, it leads subsequently in adolescents and adults to conversion of functional scoliosis is into a structural, which is characterized by anatomical changes of the vertebral bodies (wedge-shaped deformation, hypoplasia of vertebral arches, spinous processi, ligaments, discs, muscles, etc.).
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 pelvis 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.
Health is the most valuable thing in our lives and it absolutely depends on the normal function of the spine. Thus, there is no need to to wait before the deformation of the chest will be obvious. Prophylactic is most effective at the age of 1 to 3 years. However, beginning from the 3 months of age and following our instructions, it is possible to prevent the spasm of spinal muscles which is the first step in the subsequent development of scoliosis.
A healthy spine in a child is the key to his or her health during the future life!
Every child without exception beginning from the first months of his life, should be examined by competent orthopedist for drawing an individual program of recreational and prophylactic treatment.