Diagnostic programs

Post-traumatic diagnosis

The crippling of any bodily structure leads to disablement and requires either a treatment tactics or surgical renewal.

Aim of program: To identify the damaged structure (muscle, tendon, ligament, etc.) and determine the extent of the injury.

Goal: To plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Diagnosis of the trauma sustained

It often happens after the injured structure has healed that motor disorders remain, which can lead to pain, the disruption of normal functioning, or an inflammatory state.

Aim of program: To ascertain the mechanisms of the disruption of functioning following the trauma sustained.

Goal: To plan the tactics for restorative treatment.

Realization: consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Identifying the causes of joint pain

The causes of joint pain are inflammatory or degenerative changes within the joint or the tissue surrounding it. The following factors play a role in the occurrence of pain: mechanical overload of the joint, metabolic disorders in the skeleton, affection of the immune system (rheumatism or infection), aftermath of trauma.

Aim of program: to identify the causes of pain or the mechanisms of the disruption of the functioning of the joint.

Goal: to plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Identifying the causes of pain in multiple joints

Pain in several joints is a sign of rheumatic injury, degenerative changes, or arthrosis. The overloading of adjoining muscles can also be perceived as joint pain.

Aim of program: to identify the causes of pain or the mechanisms of the disruption of the functioning of the joint.

Goal: to plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Identifying the causes of back pain

Back pain is usually not serious and easily treatable, but sometimes it can be a sign of a serious injury of the spine or the internal organs (for instance kidney stones).

Aim of program: To identify the causes of back pain.

Goal: To plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: Consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Identifying the causes of arm pain

The arm is an organ of work. With the help of the arms, a person performs their professional activities, and takes care of themselves and their everyday life. Any functional disorders of the upper limb can lead to a temporary or permanent disruption of vital activity. The principal causes of arm pain are as follows: illnesses and injuries of the cervical spine, overload of the muscles of the shoulder girdle, joint injuries, vascular and nerve diseases.

Aim of program: To determine the extent of the injury (spine, joint, etc.), identify the injured structure (muscle, tendon, nerve, etc.), ascertain the mechanisms of the disruption of functioning (neurogenic, vascular, muscular).

Goal: To plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Identifying the causes of foot pain

The foot is the end segment of the lower limb which is subject to constant overload. Causes of pain are as follows: aging, inherited or acquired deformations, inflammation of joints or muscles, injuries.

Aim of program: To identify the causes and the mechanisms of the appearance of pain.

Goal: To plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: Consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Diagnosis of pain in sportsmen

Modern athletic training is a state which verges between normal physiology and pathological deviations. Balancing between these two states is a fundamental problem of sports medicine. With systematic physical strains, the musculoskeletal system reacts with a series of adaptive responses in muscles, tendons, bones, and joints.

Disruption of the adaptive capacity of the musculoskeletal system manifests itself in the form of microtraumas or pathological deviations (tendinosis, epicondylitis, fatigue fractures, etc.).

Aim of the program: To detect the damaged structure (muscle, tendon, ligament, etc.) and the features of the pathological disorder.

Goal: Planning the tactics for further treatment or athletic regime.

Realization: consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Diagnosis of tumor-like formations

A timely detection and identification of a tumor-like formation is a guarantee of the treatment’s effectiveness.

Aim of program: To detect a tumor-like formation, determine its structure and its relation to anatomical formations.

Goal: To plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: Consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.

Treatment control

We can take diagnostic measures at any given point of the treatment.

Aim of program: To determine the effectiveness of the treatment prescribed.

Goal: To plan the tactics for further treatment.

Realization: Ultrasound of the injured area.

Note: The program is implemented only in case of the presence of the results of the diagnosis conducted before the treatment.

Complex screening

A complex screening is an examination of a one of the systems (in this case – the musculoskeletal) of a healthy person. It is recommended for anyone who would like to have a full notion of their health, is looking into taking up a sport, or works under conditions of permanent physical strain.

Aim of program: To diagnose illnesses in their early stages, where symptoms are absent or little pronounced.

Goal: To verify the state of physical health, detect an illness early.

Realization: Consultation with a traumatologist and an orthopaedist, ultrasound of the injured area.


Note: before applying for a treatment, bring all the results of previous examinations.