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Plasma therapy of the spine

The spine performs many important functions: it provides our body with strength, mobility, and is responsible for our thoughts, feelings, and actions. Over time, it is gradually being worn out, and its replacement is necessary. The spine is a unique structure that is highly complex and multifaceted. It is composed of bones, intervertebral discs, ligaments, and other structures. The spine is constantly in need of rehabilitation and replacement. Many diseases of the spine are accompanied by the development of intervertebral hernia (intervertebral disc protrusion). Especially often, intervertebral discs protrude, clogging the spinal nerve. The formation of intervertebral discs in the spine is called intervertebral hernias. The spine consists of intervertebral discs, the largest of which is the intervertebral disc. The discs are separated from the vertebrae by a process called the intervertebral plate. The disc consists of a jelly-like core, a fibrous ring of fibrous fibers, and an elastic fibrous substance. When the disc is compressed by the vertebra, the gelatinous mass of the nucleus comes out, forming a herniated protrusion (herniated protrusion). The formation of an intervertebral disc protrusion is called an intervertebral disc protrusion (IED). The formation of an IED is called a prolapse hernia (protrusion).ReasonsThe formation of an IED is often associated with age-related changes in the spine. With age, the volume of the intervertebral disc increases, and as a result, its elasticity is disturbed. This leads to the formation of protrusions (separations of the disc and surrounding tissues), which are called protrusions. Reactive, as a rule, develops against the background of other pathology.Reactive protrusions are formed when a substance (for example, metal salts) is digested under high pressure. As a result of the trauma, the substance comes to the surface and can be pressed by the hernia. Penetrates the hernia, producing a herniated protrusion. A characteristic feature of reactive protrusions is the formation of a different component, called a herniated protrusion.Reactive protrusions are formed with age, are localized in the area of the vertebrae and may be accompanied by pain, muscle pain, and impaired sensation in the lower extremities.Reactive IEDs are formed with trauma, are localized in the area of the vertebrae, and consist of a core, fibrous ring, and an intervertebral hernia. A characteristic feature of the latter pathological process is the formation of a protrusion, the formation of a protrusion.The formation of a protrusion is caused by compression of the her


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