Indications for INRS treatment
1. Cerebral palsy (all forms, including spastic diplegia, double hemiplegia, hemiplegia, hemiparesis, paraparesis, atonic-astatic, mixed, hyperkinetic forms, etc.).
2. Delayed motor development in infants.
3. Complications due to brain injuries, disorders of cerebral blood circulation, and neuroinfections during vestigial effects.
4. Headaches, migraines.
5. Osteochondrosis, spondylosis, with marked muscular tonic syndromes, or painful, motor, sensory and vascular disorders.
6. Secondary vertebrogenic visceropathy (cardialgy, bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis, dyskenesia of the gastro-intestinal tract, etc.).
7. Illnesses affecting peripheral joints of non-inflammatory nature (arthropathy, arthrosis) during mild periods.
8. Scoliotic posture in children; I-II degree scoliosis.
9. Illnesses affecting the peripheral nervous system (plexitis, polyneuropathy, neuropathy of different etiologies) during mild periods.
1. Tumors of the nervous system or the internal organs.
2. Specific and non-specific infectious illnesses of the spinal column and joints (tuberculosis, brucellosis, tularemia, rheumatic illnesses, osteomielitis, pronounced osteoporosis).
3. Osteo-, spondylopathy of different etiologies (hormonal, metabolic).
4. Acute and subacute inflammatory diseases of the spinal cord and its membranes.
5. Lesions of the spine, bones, and joints during acute periods.
6. Condition after spinal surgery (no longer than one year).
7. Spondilolysthesis over the II degree.
8. Spina bifida of the intervertebral disc with sequestration of pulpal nucleus and spinal cord compression.
9. Hydrocephalus at the decompensation stage.
10. Epilepsy with frequent severe seizures and personality changes.
11. Pronounced scoliotic deformity of the spinal column over the II degree.
12. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
Should there be any doubtful cases or questions on relative contraindications, the attending doctor will make a decision for each patient as to the usefulness of rehabilitation treatment.