What do we know about our bearing and as it affects health of our musculoskeletal system in the future?

Even if just to look at a pose of the person, his bearing, level of physical activity, to estimate features of work and food – it is possible to tell what in the future can trap him backbone diseases.
Features of our professional activity influence a condition of a backbone and development of diseases.

Let's talk in details about the structure of our musculoskeletal system.

Our bones have no tough and motionless connection, they are tied by joints which are in turn supported by sheaves, and for movements and that in what situation there are our bones muscles answer.
And throughout all our life we get the most various motive and not useful habits: we carry a bag on one shoulder, we will stoop sitting at the computer, we shuffle the feet, we sit sideways or waddlingly, and the motive stereotype will as a result be created.

Motive stereotype – a state though functional, but reversible. Though with age all our fabrics and bones are capable to change a form, length and even the size depending on intensity and the frequency of exercise stresses. In this case the musculoskeletal system instead of functional frustration receives anatomic destructions, so can lead disturbances of a bearing in the childhood to herniation at adult age.
So, how to begin treatment of problems of a backbone and joints?

1. in the presence of a pain syndrome it needs to be stopped, use of electrostimulation, shock and wave therapy is in this case possible
2. to correct provisions of feet when walking and normalization of a tone of muscles, is recommended physiotherapy exercises, interstitial electrostimulation, massage and obligatory carrying orthopedic insoles here
3. development of a new motive stereotype – is capable to help with it physiotherapy exercises, massage and carrying insoles.

And most important that what it is necessary to begin care of health of the of a musculoskeletal system with – consultation of the doctor of the orthopedist-traumatologist.