REPORT ON THE CONFERENCE, SMOLENSK, APRIL’28TH

On April 28, 2017 the Department of Neurology and Physiotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University held the conference “Neuroreceptor therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) as a division of functional neurology. From theory to practice” under the Regional State Budget Healthcare Institution “The Medical Rehabilitation Hospital”.

The Conference covered the theoretical foundation of the method, its practical exhibition and the treatment of patients. The presentations were given by Head of the Department of Neurology and Physiotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University professor Gribova N.P. and physician, Board Certified in neurology, postgraduate student from the Department Korenevskaia I.A. who represented the data of the neurophysiological study “Specifics of the Electroneuromyography Parameters in Patients with Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes Before and After the Use of the Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex Method (P-DTR)” carried by the Department of Neurology and Physiotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University.

The number of studied diseases is rather high, all study subjects suffer from a pain syndrome, usually muscle and fascia pain; After the use of the P-DTR method, 100 % of subjects had a significant clinical improvement - the pain syndrome decreases or disappears, while the range of movements enhances.

 

A full report on the conference is available below.

Gribova N.P.

Professor, M.D., Head of Department of Neurology and Physiotherapyof the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University:

“Science does not stand still and there are changes occurring in medicine too. I always stand for new methods if they bring results. The results of the treatments by this method prove its effectiveness, and the preliminary results of the researches conducted by our department prove the existence of an interrelation among the receptor fields with which Dr. Palomar works. I am proud that it has been our department that developed a neurophysiological program and is currently carrying out the researches on this method. All this is a result of big intellectual and physical efforts of our department staff. The method works, and this is what counts, although the fact that it requires further scientific studies is undeniable. I believe that we are on the verge of new scientific discoveries in medicine and particularly in neurology.”

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