Zones of direct projection of the organ "presenting a complain"
Lateral parts of nose.
(vocal cords, larynx, sublingual and sub-
maxillary lymphatic nodes, bottom of the oral cavity): a conditional
triangle on the anterolateral neck surface with lateral borders
formed by imagined lines connecting lower jaw angles and upper
edge of Adam's apple and upper border at hyoid bone.
Jugular pit zone (trachea and bronchi).
is a pit located at the junction place of inner ends of clavicles and
upper edge of the breastbone. In necessity of operation in this zone
the electrodes of apparatus are placed at a 45 degrees angle to
wards the breastbone (not upwards—to the neck!). Constant mode
is used with minimal or comfort energetic level, exposition of treatment
is defined individually.
"Spittle apron "zone (upper lobes of the lungs).
Upper border of the zone passes horizontally at the level of clavicles.
Lower border is formed by the line connecting front edges of auxiliary pits. Lateral borders are furrows between musculus deltoideus and musculus pectoralis major on the left and on the right. While working on one and then on the other half of the zone the apparatus electrodes are moved from top to bottom and from outside to inside towards the breastbone. Constant mode is used with minimal or comfort energetic level.
5. "Fir tree" zone (lungs, bifurcation of trachea, bronchi,
corresponds to back direct projection of bronchial tree and lungs. The upper
border of the zone is located at the level of the 1 st thoracic vertebra body.
The lower border is located horizontally at the level of the 11th thoracic
vertebra lower edge. Lateral borders are formed by median auxiliary lines on
both sides. In presence of indications the apparatus is used in constant mode
with comfort energetic level until clinical dynamics is achieved (cough
moderating, sputum evacuation, etc.).
During session the following technology should be observed: apparatus treatment is started from the lower zone border. The apparatus is moved in massage-like motions along the ribs towards the spine, that is, from bottom to top and from periphery to the center on one and then on the other side of the body
may be straight as well as spiral ("lamblike"). During every next
movement of the apparatus its electrodes may be placed joint-to-joint as well
as with overlapping. For increasing of efficacy bimanual technique should be
used when two apparatus are used on both sides simultaneously (time of
treatment is reduced twofold).
In case of broncho-pulmonary system diseases combined with increased arterial (blood) pressure the apparatus is moved horizontally from periphery (lateral zone border) towards spinous processes of the spine, every next movement is performed above the previous one and may overlap it. The treatment should begin from the lower zone border and end at the upper border.