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Exarta Mini

The Exarta mini is designed for these purposes . Using the Exarta mini it’s convenient to perform passive and active movements in the joints of the upper and lower extremities, as well as in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine

Exarta Kinesitherapy Suspension System is used to do special rehab exercises. Exarta Diagnostic Technique reveals weak links in the kinematic chain using various tests. If clinical manifestations (for example, pain) are rather pronounced, the patient undergoes several stages of the therapeutic treatment.

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Pain relief and relaxation.

When a patient is suspended, the gravity field effect is leveled, overloaded (tense) muscles relax and the pain syndrome decreases. Besides, light traction in the lumbar spine and/or cervical vertebrae is used to relieve pain.

Passive joint mobilization (restoration of joint mobility).

The patient is suspended with all muscles relaxed and with almost absolute absence of the gravity effect. The therapist gradually and safely increases the amplitude of movements with very little resistance from the patient’s muscles.

Muscle alignment.

After a patient gets suspended, the specialist determines by the reduced movement amplitude which muscles are tense (shortened) and delicately stretches them using post-isometric relaxation and/or stretching. Weak muscles are engaged to eliminate the imbalance between inactive and tense muscles.

Active stabilization.

Using special isometric exercises aimed at maintaining a static position and using a diaphragmatic breathing technique, the patient involves deep muscles which normally ensure stable position of the spine and joints. As the patient repeats the exercises, the tone of the core muscles increases, and the control of the central nervous system over them is restored.

Functional exercises.

The specialist selects the exercise that the patient will need in everyday life, and combines the activity of the core and motor muscles in one movement, forming the correct movement pattern, which, when repeated, develops into a skill.

Secondary Prevention and Learning.

Patients learn correct movements required in everyday life, in order to avoid overloads or incorrect movements which can cause relapse. This sequence helps establish an interaction between the central nervous system and the body, and prepare the patient for testing and subsequent treatment. Thus, the patient is suspended, or certain parts such as pelvis and legs are suspended.

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