The transcranial micropolarization method is based on the use of low-voltage direct current not harmful for humans yet efficacious when treating various disorders in the human body. This procedure stimulates response and functionality of the nervous system, and is used in the cases of delayed mental and speech development, hearing and vision disorders. The use of micropolarization on patients with cerebral palsy helps normalize muscle tonus and increase the volume of movements. This method is also used to normalize mental functions: reduce aggression and the sense of fear; increase the learning ability and interest in the surrounding world. An ill child learns new sounds and words, and begins to understand speech.
- cerebral palsy;
- Down syndrome;
- hearing disorders;
- vision disorders;
- vascular diseases in brain;
- infectious diseases;
- cardiovascular system diseases.
Duration of the procedure: 30 minutes.
The procedure performed by: Yevheniia Pavlivna Sotnikova