The use of the Bernard currents

Diadynamic currents, or currents Bernard, is a sine pulses with a frequency of from 50 to 100 Hz with constant polarity. Frequency is used separately or by alternating.

The supply currents Bernard serves as the unit CK-1 or 717. Electrotherapy using dynamic currents Bernard provides intense analgesic effect, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, helps reduce swelling, stimulates tissue metabolism, and improves tissue nutrition.

Administered electrotherapy with the use of the Bernard currents in the neurites, gingivitah, neuralgia, neyromiozit, sprains, bruises, fractures after immobilization, osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis, spondylosis.

In the complex therapy currents Bernard used to treat prostatitis, functional impotence, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, asthma, kidney stones, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, gastritis, motility disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.

The electrodes are carefully fixed on the body with the help of sandbags. During the procedure the patient feels a slight tingling sensation. In a few minutes feel the vibration. If the tingling is unbearable, a nurse working in the physiotherapy room, reduces the strength of an applied current pulse. The duration of electrotherapy - 6 to 10 minutes. Typically ten treatments are usually enough to feel a significant improvement, to eliminate the symptoms of the disease.

Electrotherapy can be carried out not only in a clinic or hospital. Compact, portable devices allow you to receive electrotherapy at home under the supervision of trained medical staff. The use of portable appliances yourself is not recommended.

Contraindications to treatment currents Bernard

Despite the fact that the evidence for electrotherapy currents of Bernard is quite extensive, there are absolute contraindications, which undergo such therapy is strictly contraindicated.

Currents Bernard is not indicated for patients with chronic, systemic or acute skin diseases, thrombophlebitis, systemic diseases of blood and hematopoietic organs, epilepsy, malignant tumors, the presence of a pacemaker.

Pregnant and lactating women electrotherapy with the use of the Bernard currents also contraindicated.