Indications and Contraindications - Kozyavkin Method

Main Indications

  1. Cerebral palsy (all types)
  2. Motor developmental delay in infants
  3. Consequences of brain injuries, cerebral circulation disorders, and neurological infections
  4. Headaches, migraines
  5. Osteochondrosis, spondylosis with pronounced muscle tone syndromes, and pain, motor, sensory, and vascular disorders
  6. Secondary visceral pathologies (cardialgia, bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis, dyskinesia of the gastrointestinal tract, etc.) due to spinal cord disease
  7. Non-inflammatory diseases of the peripheral joints (arthropathy, arthrosis) in the non-acute phase
  8. Scoliotic posture in children, (stage I-II scoliosis)
  9. Diseases of the peripheral nervous system (plexitis, polyneuropathy, neuropathy of various etiologies) in the non-acute phase
  10. Autism and other autism spectrum disorders
  11. Post-Stroke residual condition

Contraindications

1. Tumours of the nervous system or internal organs
2. Specific and nonspecific infectious diseases of the spine and joints (tuberculosis, brucellosis, tularaemia, rheumatic diseases, osteomyelitis, severe osteoporosis)
3. Osteoporosis, spondylopathy of various etiologies (hormonal, metabolic)
4. Acute and sub-acute inflammatory diseases of the spinal cord and its meninges
5. Spine, bone and joint disorders in the acute phase
6. Condition after spinal column surgery (up to one year) 7. Spondylolisthesis, above grade II
8. Intervertebral disc hernia with sequestration of the pulp nucleus, spinal cord compression
9. Decompensated hydrocephalus
10. Epilepsy with frequent, severe seizures and personality change
11. Pronounced scoliotic spinal deformities, above stage 2
12. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

In doubtful cases, the decision is made individually after extended examination and review of medical records.