Today the idiopathic hypertensia is very widespread disease as meets at people of different age, including also young people.

Quite often one of the causes of arterial hypertension is osteochondrosis of cervical department of a backbone. Pathologies in cervical vertebrae are capable to worsen considerably the course of a hypertension and to promote appearance of crises – sudden deteriorations in health.

In cervical department of a backbone there are two vertebral arteries. These blood vessels supply with blood the most part of a brain and a medulla. The last is responsible for control of arterial blood pressure. With development of osteochondrosis pressure upon arteries increases. Displacement of vertebral vessels leads to a lack of blood of a brain. As a result the myelencephalon tests air hunger. As result - increase in arterial blood pressure, severe headaches, emergence of a sonitus.

The indication to use of manual therapy at an idiopathic hypertensia is existence of the functional disturbances in cervical department having an impact on vessels of an arterial system.

Manual therapy – an auxiliary method of treatment of an idiopathic hypertensia.

Manual therapy is a treatment by means of manual the technician. The manual therapist applies the special technicians and techniques influencing groups of muscles, ligaments and patient's joints for the purpose of removal of pain and further improvement of a state.

It is necessary to address the manual therapist at emergence of pain in any department of a backbone. Pain can give to such parts of a body as: hands, legs, in the head, a buttock. Symptoms can be various:

1. Headaches, dizziness.
2. Feeling of a sdavlennost of the head.
3. Deterioration in sight.
4. Lumbago, crunches in cervical department.
5. Muscle weakness.
6. Constraint and back pain.
7. Numbness in fingers of hands and legs.
8. Feeling of discomfort during walking.

Contraindications to use of manual therapy

Contraindications can be divided into two groups: absolute (categorically it is impossible) and relative contraindications. Absolute:

1. Malignant tumors of a backbone.
2. Tumors of a spinal cord.
3. Spinal infections.
4. Postoperative state in cervical department of a backbone.
5. Acute gastrointestinal diseases, nervous and cardiovascular system.
6. Acute disorders of cerebral and warm circulation.

Other diseases are relative contraindications. The list of contraindications and indications depends on a condition of the patient, consultation of the manual therapist is necessary. Depending on qualification, experience and the applied methods the doctor independently makes decisions when choosing a technique of treatment.

That the manual therapist treats

Manual therapy differs from simple massage in the fact that influence happens not only on muscles, also on a backbone, intervertebral disks, joints and bones and has medical character.

The main list of diseases which the manual therapist treats:

1. Osteochondrosis.
2. Kyphosis.
3. Humeroscapular periarthritis.
4. Intervertebral hernia.
5. Neuralgia of a sciatic nerve.
6. Protrusions of disks of a backbone.
7. Migraine.
8. Arthroses, arthritises.
9. Flat-footedness.
10. Vegeto-vistseralnye disturbances.

Advantage and harm of manual therapy

Manual therapy brings huge benefit and makes positive impact on a human body.

Result of manual therapy:

1. Improvement of the general condition of an organism, quality of human life.
2. Normalization of exchange processes.
3. Emotional lift.

Enormous harm from sessions can be received from a visit to the nonprofessional doctor.

It is necessary to approach the choice of the manual therapist very responsibly. Only the highly qualified specialist at the correct approach will be able to help and facilitate even chronic diseases.