Peripheral periarthritis: a complex of exercises of Dr. Popov
Obligatory component in especially in the recovery period, is the implementation of special gymnastics. A certain set of exercises will help to improve the blood supply to the damaged areas, reduce the pain syndrome in them, expand the range of movements and restore working capacity.
And what techniques are most effective in this and how to properly perform the exercises in order to achieve the best result, we will study in this article.
General rules for doing exercises
In order for the classes to be beneficial and in no way harm, it is necessary, before proceeding to the classes, to familiarize yourself with the basic rules for exercising gymnastics in the treatment of diseases such as scapulatory periarthritis. A set of exercises developed for the purpose of rehabilitation will be effective both in terms of treatment and with maintaining the general functional state of the body at an appropriate level.
- It is necessary to start only during the recovery period and after a full relief of the acute period.
- All movements should be smooth, without excessive loads and sudden movements.
- The number of repetitions is regulated independently, based on the general state of health and preliminary fitness.
- If during the gymnastics any uncomfortable sensations or acute pain have arisen, then further performance is contraindicated until these symptoms are eliminated.
- Classes should be regular and systematic (the optimal amount is 5-15 minutes in the morning and in the evening, if possible, and lunchtime training will only benefit).
Contraindications to therapeutic gymnastics
It must be remembered that in the treatment of such a disease as a humeroscapular periarthritis, a set of exercises in some cases has contraindications to:
- uncropped pain syndrome;
- infectious diseases in the acute stage;
- high body temperature;
- burdened cardiological history (myocardial infarction, aneurysm, malignant hypertension with frequent crises, angina);
- diabetes with complications.
Method for the treatment of shoulder-scapular periarthritis according to Dr. P. A. Popov
The complex of exercises in the shoulder scapular periarthritis of Dr. Popov is based on the implementation of low-amplitude movements (stretch marks, bends, flexion), which relieve pain, tension, fatigue in muscles and joints, and thereby improve mobility in them. The main condition for the implementation of this technique is the mandatory mobility of the spine and its direct participation in the performance of all tasks.
Exercise number 1 - "walking" sitting on the ground.
Starting position: it is convenient to sit on the edge of the chair, legs apart somewhat, keep the spine straight. Start “walking” on the spot, at the same time performing gliding movements with the hands on the thighs, from the top down to the knee, alternately with the right and left hands (in one hand movement - inhale, in motion with the second hand - exhale). It is possible to alternate longitudinal movements with circular (massing) and increase the slope, if this does not cause discomfort.
Exercise number 2 - relaxation.
It is very important not only to properly load the musculoskeletal corset, but also to provide adequate relaxation.To do this, trying to keep an even posture, you need to maximally relax your arms and perform smooth movements with your shoulders. Then bend, rounding the back and continuing to move the shoulders, straighten up.
Thus, when treating such a disease as a humeroscapular periarthritis, Popov’s set of exercises is one of the simplest in terms of performance and at the same time effective.
There are a large number of techniques that describe gymnastic exercises in various pathological conditions of the musculoskeletal system. In the case when the shoulder shoulder periarthritis is diagnosed, a set of exercises, such as sitting and relaxing, are mandatory after each of the following exercises:
- circular movements of the shoulders with arms down;
- drawing eight with raised shoulders;
- keeping your arms in front of you, make squeezing movements forward, while feeling the tension in the spine and hip joints;
- feet shoulder-width apart; arms loose; breath - crossing arms and extending the shoulders, exhale - returning to the starting position with the maximum approaching of the shoulder blades;
- having placed the hands on the shoulder girdle, with elbows perform circular movements in one and the other direction with a gradual increase in the amplitude of movements;
- legs are shoulder-width apart; socks are pointing at each other. Bending down, sliding along the legs, try to get the hands of the foot, while bringing your knees closer to each other. Straighten up, socks out, shoulder blades together.
If in the process of performing physical and gymnastic exercises for such a disease as a shoulder-shoulder periarthritis, the Popov exercise complex caused discomfort - stop and perform the second relaxation exercise. And only after the complete elimination of discomfort is possible to resume the implementation of gymnastics:
1. Hands on shoulders, elbows turned forward. Perform a slight elbow smack forward, alternating each arm, and do not forget to follow your breathing.
2. Hands loose, completely relaxed. Breath - hands go up, palms out. Exhale - hands down. The second rise of the arms with the palms turned inwards.
3. Starting position - feet shoulder width, hands on knees:
- we stretch the right shoulder to the left knee, while gently bending forward, in the same way and in the opposite direction;
- bends forward with fixed and fixed spine.
Peripheral periarthritis: a set of exercises Bubnovsky
Bubnovsky technique is based on enhancing the work and mobility of the spinal column. The therapeutic effect is to give the muscles elasticity. In addition, while working, the patient improves not only his state of health, but also his mood, and gains confidence in himself and in the future. The type of loads should be and their intensity should be negotiated with your doctor and performed under the supervision of medical personnel.
Peripheral periarthritis: Levchenko exercise complex
The method of Dr. Levchenko is simple and at the same time quite effective, does not require additional equipment and considerable effort.
Let us dwell on the most common and universal exercises of this complex:
- arms clenched into fists and holding them loosely along the body alternately in one and the other direction, rotating movements in the hands;
- rotating movements in the elbows;
- alternate elevation of the right and left shoulders;
- circular movements with shoulders back and forth;
- hands on the waist and with the sliding movements along the belt we bring the shoulder blades forward and close them as far as possible to the back;
- picking up any stick at hand, grabbing it with both hands at shoulder width, carry out raking movements, like a paddle;
- shaking movements from side to side with a stick;
- raising the stick up and down with the amplitude and frequency that does not cause you to increase pain syndrome.
The overall frequency and intensity of exercise varies depending on the severity of the disease (its neglect) and the general fitness of the body, but on average for the treatment of a disease such as scapulohumeral periarthritis, the exercise complex must be repeated 8-10 times.
Regardless of which method you choose, you should consult with your doctor before starting classes. This will help you eliminate possible contraindications to physical activity and provide a positive result of training.