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Diseases of the joints, muscles and connective tissue (rheumatology)

Symptoms of muscular-tonic syndrome

In the early stages, a malfunction of the muscles simply occurs, in which it is difficult for a person to perform certain movements, since the affected area is not obeyed

Muscular-tonic syndrome

 By this syndrome is meant a decrease in muscle tone. This is not an ordinary lack of physical fitness, insufficient training of the muscular system. 

Treatment of muscular-tonic syndrome

Use drugs strictly according to the doctor's prescription, as self-medication can be fraught with serious side effects and complications. As the main complications, deterioration of the condition, spread of atony to other sites is considered.

Hypermobility of the cervical and lumbar spine

Hypermobility can be described as a separate syndrome, which can not be called prognostically dangerous. Nevertheless, it causes a number of inconveniences to the patient, can cause serious complications, injuries.

Hypermobility of the joints

Usually the flexibility and elasticity of hypermobile joints goes well beyond the natural, physiological flexibility of the body, and is considered by many specialists as an unconditional pathology.

Enthesopathy of joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles and bones

Spondyloarthropathy, or enthesopathy, is a series of inflammatory pathologies of the musculoskeletal system, which have common clinical and radiological characteristics, along with the absence of rheumatoid factor in patients with plasma.


When talking about sarcopenia, usually refer to the degenerative processes in the muscles, when a person gradually loses muscle mass. Sarcopenia is not a disease. It is rather a peculiar condition characterized by other pathologies or age-related changes in the body.

Myogelosis of the cervical spine and back

Pain is one of the symptoms of various diseases. It can be acute and dull, strong and minor, pressing or piercing (cutting), having a clear localization and reflected when the patient can not determine specifically the source of pain. 

Cubital channel syndrome

Squeezing of the ulnar nerve in the elbow region for various reasons can occur in several places. The physical sensations and consequences of such compression will depend on the strength and duration of the effect.

Nervous-arthritic diathesis

The appearance of the disease is usually associated with adverse heredity and with a number of external factors, for example, with malnutrition, both the baby itself and the mother during pregnancy.