Specific treatment zones

In case of complains presence, disclosure during inquiry and examining of the patient or appearance during apparatus treat­ment it is mandatory to treat skin zones that have appeared due to peripheral, segmentary, supersegmentary or combined nervous mechanisms. Zones of this kind include the following zones.
Zakharyin - Head's zones

the mechanism of their appearance is described in Part 1, Chapter 6). These are zones of skin painfulness distinguished by their singularity and persistency (from dumbness up to paresthesiae) and combined with local skin induration. Zone of skin painfulness (hyperalgesia) may be of dif­ferent size and shape; often it does not coincide with sensory innervation territory.
Trigger zones
(mechanism of their formation is described in Chapter 6). Exteroceptive, proprioceptive and interceptive trigger zones are distinguished.
Exteroceptive trigger zones may clinically manifest by:
  1. local skin induration, painful skin protrusions, gooseflesh on
    a limited part of body, spots of disturbed pigmentation or desqua-
  2. local sweating and thermoregulation disturbances, redden­
    ing or paling of separate skin areas, other vasomotor disturbanc­
  3. "sticking" effect of sliding fingers or apparatus electrodes
    on a limited skin area, changes of electric skin conductivity (im­
    pedance), etc.

Proprioceptive muscular trigger zones clinically manifest by muscular tissue induration of various location, shape and size from several millimeters to several centimeters). Local painfulness may manifest as pain of various intensity which begins to disturb the patient after extension or pressure (for example, after motions or palpation). In certain cases the pain manifests spontaneously and its intensity may deprive the patient of working ability. Sometimes the pain is so intensive that leads to limitation or complete loss of function of some organ or part of body.
Trigger zones in connecutive tissue are accompanied by for­mation of local induration of fasciae, ligaments, periosteum. Formed fascial trigger is distinguished from a muscular one only by the fact that it possesses significant intensity (not disappearing after usual measures for muscles relaxation) and location often not corresponding to muscular bundles and places of their fixa­tion.
Clinical disclosure of visceral trigger points is unfortunately methodically difficult. More often interceptive triggers find them­selves as viscerodermal and visceromotor manifestations (that is, skin, muscular and fascial zones and Zakharyin-Head's zones).
Presence of an exclusive capacity — "biological" feedback — in DENAS apparatus gives a possibility of diagnostics (disclosure) and exact locating of latent (hidden) trigger zones ("neurodystro-phy areas", "fibrositis", "microzone asymmetry areas", etc., more

than 25 names) as well as defining of their appearance or regres­sion dynamics.
It is necessary to distinguish the following signs of latent trig­ger zones disclosed during apparatus treatment (further — asym­metry zones).

  1. Sensitive asymmetry — local change of skin sensitivity. Dur­
    ing treatment local change of skin sensitivity is found out (the pa­
    tient feels an increase or decrease of pricking in this area in com­
    parison to other areas).
  2. Time asymmetry. There are two methods of time asymmetry
    express estimation. First method: the operator counts packs of
    pulses (signals) generated by the apparatus within the period of
    its work in dozed mode during single placing on a definite skin zone.
    Then, in the same way, number of pulses is registered on another
    skin zone, which, in the majority of cases, is symmetrical to the
    first one. Difference of pulse numbers on symmetrical skin areas
    witnesses time asymmetry presence.
  3. In the second method (which is more convenient during self -treatment) during apparatus treatment in dozed mode a time in­terval between the moment of apparatus electrodes placement on a skin area and the moment of light and sound signal is registered (tv sec). Then, in the same way, the time of light and sound signal is registered in another skin area, which is, in the majority of cases, symmetric to the first one (t2, sec). After that t, and t2 are com­pared and difference is obtained. The whole row of differences dis­closed during testing of a certain part of body is analyzed. Diffe­ence of time intervals more than 3 seconds is considered to be an index of time asymmetry.

  4. Absence of light and sound signal during treatment in dozed
  5. Spontaneous switch-off of the apparatus during its opera­
  6. Local change of skin color. After treatment of a skin area in
    dozed mode reddening or paling appears at the place of appara­
    tus electrodes position (contact asymmetry) or in another body
    area (distant asymmetry) that differs this area from the others.
  7. Local increase of sweating. After treatment of a skin area in dozed mode droplets of sweat appear at the place of apparatus electrodes position that differs this area from the others (contact asymmetry).
  8. Change of the timber of apparatus work sound on a sepa­
    rate skin area.
  9. Change of the timber of light and sound signal on a separate
    skin area.
  10. The operator has to apply some force for electrodes advance
    on some skin area during moving of the apparatus working in con­
    stant mode ("sticking" effect).
  11. It should be remembered that trigger phenomena on the
    skin may appear during or after the procedure anywhere, on any
    skin area, in some cases they are not associated with skin area
    treated by the apparatus (distant asymmetry). It requires a dialogue
    with the patient concerning the dynamics of his sensations and
    attention of the operator
Trigger zones disclosed during questioning, examination of the patient and during apparatus diagnostics are mandatory for treat­ment in constant mode, energetic level is defined by pain syndrome degree and exposition of apparatus treatment is individual.

Principles of DENAS THERAPY

Using this device should not study. The only thing that is required, is to read through the small instruction, to find out, where and as electrodes of this device-bracelet should be located. Actually, it is the basic information which the user should know. All other process of use is automated: the device takes carrying out of a session under the control over that moment when you press the button .

Owing to this mode very fast effect of local anesthesia which is necessary for rendering the urgent help first minutes after a trauma is reached. Considering speed of action of a mode, the optimum operating time should make from 15 till 20 minutes.

To specify the diagnosis, it is necessary to address to the allergist who will lead specific diagnostics. To the patient skin test with allergen is put, and procedure is spent not during flowering - in November, December, January. The droplet of allergen is put on a leather, the scratch is done. As a result of allergic reaction there is an emission which causes reaction to a leather. After revealing allergen the doctor will give the recommendation on preventive maintenance.