Intensive Neurophysiological Rehabilitation System
The Kozyavkin Method (Intensive Neurophysiological Rehabilitation System, INRS) – is a highly effective treatment for patients with Cerebral Palsy, low back pain and consequences of trauma and organic lesions of the nervous system.
INRS is a multimodal rehabilitation system in which the influence of one component is complemented and intensified by the others. Its main component is a biomechanical correction of the spine and large joints in combination with a set of treatment modalities: reflexotherapy, physical therapy, special massage therapy, rhythmical group exercises, mechanotherapy, apitherapy.
Suit Spiral with the program of biodynamical movement correction has been created to develop correct movement patterns.
Stimulating compensatory possibilities and brain plasticity, this method creates a new functional state which opens the possibility for faster motor and mental development of the child.
The Intensive Rehabilitation System, developed by Prof. V.I. Kozyavkin, is based on an original method of polysegmental biomechanical correction of the spine.
Methods for mobilizing limb joints are used to restore their mobility and correct muscular and articular imbalance, improve trophic processes, and create new conditions for forming better movements.
We use reflexotherapy methods to potentiate achieved muscle relaxation, deactualize myofacial trigger points, and correct somatic and autonomic disorders.
We apply a special massage system as part of the INRS rehabilitation program in order to provide biomechanical correction of the spinal column, relax spastic muscles and influence myofacial trigger points
Remedial exercises are aimed at improving existing motor functions and forming new ones in order to help the patient achieve more advanced forms of locomotion and develop important skills for everyday life.
Mechanotherapeutic devices are used to develop muscle strength, improve coordination, and encourage proper movement patterns.
We use wax and paraffin applications and bee venom therapy in order to stimulate the body’s defences, and improve local blood circulation, trophic and metabolic processes.