Hip dysplasia in a newborn means that there is less cartilage in the joint than it should be. Doctors in medical hospitals argue that if there is not enough hyaline cartilage, the joint moves badly.
Dr. Nikonov made a discovery which allows restoring movement in the hip joint, without surgery, wearing a corset or using inner soles, using crutches or wheelchairs. According to the method, the cartilage increases and fully covers the head of the femur and the cotyloid cavity.
When doctors diagnose hip dysplasia in a baby, they consider only complaints of the parents. Usually the symptoms are following:
the baby can't freely move legs, can’t extend them;
Doctors consider the results of the ultrasound or MRI, where it is said: "hyaline cartilage layer is thin or partially is not visible". As a result, based on parents’ complaints and examination results, the child is diagnosed with hip dysplasia.
The hip joint cannot move by itself, it is moved by the muscles. If one of the muscles cannot stretch to its physiological norm, the joint moves until the muscle can stretch. As soon as the muscle can no longer stretch, the hip joint of the baby stops moving.
By using the emendic massage techniques that I have developed, I restore the muscles of a baby to the physiological norm. As a result of the work, the joint of the newborn begins to move fully. Watch the video below to see how a child diagnosed with hip dysplasia does the splits. If you repeat an ultrasound or MRI, you will notice that the amount of cartilage in the joint is close to normal.
Cause of hip dysplasia in babies
The real cause of the reduction of cartilage amount in the hip joint is in the muscles of the child. The problem muscles of the buttocks and hip create conditions for the development of hip dysplasia. The fact is that the cartilage that covers the head of the femur and the cotyloid cavity of the baby consists of cells. Cartilage cells in turn produce joint fluid which is needed to prevent femoral and pelvic bones from touching each other at rest and during movement (walking, running, jumping). The fluid acts like a shock-absorber in the vehicle.
The cartilage cell, as a living organism, takes nourishment, produces joint fluid and eliminates waste products. The blood brings oxygen and nourishment, the lymph takes waist products away. The blood moves due to the pressure of the heart, so the problem muscles cannot compress the blood vessel. The lymph moves due to the diaphragm, which moves when you inhale and exhale. For these reasons, there is no pressure in the lymphatic vessels. The problem muscles compress lymph vessels, which should take waste products away from the cartilage cells. As a result, the cartilage cell cannot eliminate its waste products and is full of them. Therefore, it loses its function of producing joint fluid and becomes dry. Ultrasound and MRI can show that at this point the hip joint of a baby becomes thinner or partially disappears.
Treatment of hip dysplasia in children
Dr. Nikonov Nikolai Borisovich uses emendic procedures to squeeze out extra pathologic protein from each muscle cell of the muscle, after which it restores to physiological norm. As a result, the muscle stretches and constricts quickly and easily and ceases to compress the hip of the child. The lymph speed restores around the joint and cartilage cells are able to eliminate the excess of protein. Inside the cartilage cells, the fluid starts to be produced, joint mobility is normalized, the function of shock-absorption is restored. Watch the video below to see how a child does the splits and “frog” exercises.
Dr. Nikonov treats hip dysplasia in children without chemical drugs and concentrated natural remedies!
Nikolai Borisovich creates all conditions for the child's organism to restore the cartilage loss. On the example of his little patients, the doctor sees the result of his unique knowledge gained through 30 years of practice.
The main aim in the treatment of hip dysplasia in children is to restore free stretching of the buttock and hip muscles to restore muscle movements. As a result, the lymph restores the cartilage.
Video of emendic massage procedures: the patient is a child with the described diagnosis:
Information about emendic massage:
The cost of a written request to the doctor - 800 $
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