Thermal imaging diagnostics (thermography) — a method for detecting thermal fields of the human body, which are read by the device and displayed on the screen as a thermal image called thermogram. The survey is conducted by a special device — the thermal imager, the principle of operation is based on capturing the heat of the human body.
Thermal imaging inspection is a “passive diagnostics” method — ie, the device has no effect on the object, but only receives information about it. Diagnosis is performed remotely, nothing comes into contact with the body, nothing enters it, there is no radiation. The harmlessness and non-invasiveness of the diagnostics method allow us to state that, the imager is not able to cause any harm to human health.
The resulting thermogram represents the image of the human body with temperature fluctuations. Cold body parts are blue area, normal body temperature is green, and the areas with higher temperatures are red and yellow and finally white, indicates the highest temperature. Low temperature can mean a variety of circulatory disorders or chronic diseases; fever is a symptom of inflammation or disease.
Thermal diagnostic, due to its high information content, is used for the diagnosis of various diseases in various fields of medicine. But perhaps the main advantage of thermography is the ability to detect and identify abnormal changes in the body at an early, pre-clinical stage of the disease. Proper use of this information can help prevent diseases that will soon develop in the patient.
Iridology — is a method of use to recognize diseases through changes in the structure and color of the iris. The principle of iridology is that each part of the iris is associated with a variety of internal organs and when some organ is plagued, certain changes occur in the iris.
Modern iridology procedure is conducted with a digital camera and a computer. The iris is photographed, the image is displayed on the monitor and then analyzed by a telemetry computer program that can detect changes invisible to the eye and give a preliminary conclusion. The test procedure is completely harmless and painless, so it has no contraindications.
Iridology is a screening study method. It does not replace important diagnostic measures such as ultrasound, MRI, X-ray, but it helps to narrow the scope of their application. With irido-diagnostics, doctor is able to evaluate the status of all organs and body systems in one focal point. If changes are detected in the structure of the iris, the doctor sends the patient for further examination of a specific organ to clarify the diagnosis and determine the extent of the disease.
PhytoLaser therapy — is a therapy that uses drugs of natural origin (phytoextracts) which are administered to the body by means of laser radiation. This therapy is a patented design of Kupeev Clinic and is used as the underlying technology for complex treatment using the PhytoLaser method.
Phytoextracts are made using sprout components from herbs using special technology. About 20 phytoextractsare produced in all providing their respective therapeutic effects — anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, hypotensive, neuro-regulative, restorative, choleretic, immunostimulant, etc. Depending on the disease and the individual patient, phytoextracts are combined to achieve the desired therapeutic effect.
When selecting drugs for the treatment, the choice was made in favor of phytoextracts due to the fact that they possess a number of advantages compared to pharmaceuticals. The medicinal plants containing alkaloids, amino acids, antibiotics, vitamins, glycosides, and so on can list completely all active substances which are produced synthetically in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.
However, most synthetic drugs are made up of alien chemicals that the body imposed treatment using rough biochemical reactions, causing the body to forcibly perform certain actions (expand or narrow blood vessels, nerve conduction block, etc.). The body, by its nature, tries to resist such external treatment, gradually gets exhausted, loses its ability to regulate these processes and becomes dependent on medication. In addition, synthetic drugs affect the body indiscriminately, having a number of side effects.
Spectral phototherapy — is a method used to deliver essential microelements directly to the focal site of the disease using light bulbs that emit spectra of these elements.
For proper and uninterrupted operation, our body constantly requires about 80 micro-and macro elements. But in the modern world, especially in the city, people do not get the necessary range of chemical elements required.
As a result, shortages of these elements disrupt organs, which may lead to various diseases. The method of spectral phototherapy provides targeted delivery of all the necessary elements to the affected organ, thus achieving a positive therapeutic effect.
During spectral phototherapy a specific organ is affected through direct radiation at the appropriate zone or reflex points associated with the respective organs through nerve agents. Also, radiation is used on projection of internal organs.
Shock wave therapy (SWT) — is a physiotherapeutic treatment using a shock wave. To date, the method has proved itself as one of the most effective ways to treat diseases of the musculoskeletal system and is most often used to treat patients with diseases of the spine and joints.
Due to the pulse of shock waves, pain is reduced or completely eliminated and motion is restored in joints, thus, the patient returns to his usual professional or domestic activities.
The positive effect is seen immediately after the first procedure conducted and increases exponentially during the course of treatment. The level of efficiency of the method is 80% to 90% worldwide.
Cryotherapy — applying cold for therapeutic purposes. Treatments are carried out using devices with dry gas and air mixture. Carbon dioxide is used as a cold source, with a temperature of -78 ° C.
Cryotherapy is comfortable for the patient, because the gas is completely dry and “soft”. Cryotherapy brings immediate pain relief to the patient, and the body launches a powerful restorative process: it increases blood circulation, stimulates regeneration and improves tissue nutrition.
Cryotherapy has been successfully applied in many areas of medicine to relief acute inflammation, and in the complex treatment of chronic and degenerative processes.