Osteoarticular and bone reconstruction

Bone reconstruction is a difficult procedure that frequently necessitates the collaboration of plastic and orthopedic surgeons. This article discusses how to treat a bone defect, with a focus on the factors that influence the treatment options. This could include the use of vascularized or non-vascularized bone autografts or allografts, as well as cortical or cancellous bone.

The cold season brings joint and bone problems, which can be caused by a variety of factors, some of which are more complex than others. Unfortunately, these problems no longer only affect the elderly, who are more susceptible to them, but also young adults and children. Because the bone and articular systems are responsible for keeping our bodies in a normal position and assisting us in maintaining our balance, any issue we experience at the osteoarticular level must be treated with caution, and the causes of any existing imbalances must be investigated.

Healthy bones, happy body

Changes in connective tissue seem to be responsible for the changes that affect the joints. Our body requires a lot of water to stay hydrated. Unfortunately, many of us drink less water in the winter than in the summer because the sensation of thirst caused by the heat and sweating process isn’t as strong. In both winter and summer, the body requires the same amount of water. Water deficiency also causes poor absorption of other nutrients, particularly minerals, which are critical for bone health. Endocrine imbalances, such as those experienced by women with menstrual disorders or who have reached menopause, can cause osteoarticular problems.

If the joints have degraded, reconstruction is a lengthy process that takes at least a few months and can be hampered by acidosis or a high level of toxins in the body. Acidosis deposits cause joint pain, which can be alleviated by alkalizing the body. The body can cleanse itself, but we must provide it with the necessary tool: detoxification.

The way our bodies function, and implicitly the bone and joint systems, is also influenced by our lifestyle. Because of the gas they contain, carbonated drinks of any kind have a demineralizing effect, causing increased porosity in bones. Because they are acidic and have a low pH, our bodies must compensate for the difference by consuming minerals from our bones, muscles, and organs.

 

Make a change! But how?

Calcium, vitamin D, physical activity, and… a healthy diet?

Yes, you must consume enough calcium on a daily basis, doctors say. You can easily do that by incorporating each day calcium-rich foods into your daily diet.

You should also make sure you are getting enough vitamin D, one of the most important of them all. After all, vitamin D aids calcium absorption and is required in order for our bones to effectively absorb calcium.

Those who do not get enough vitamin D develop bone weakness, bowed legs, and other skeletal deformities such as stooped posture.

Your body produces vitamin D when you are outside in the sun; however, if you spend the majority of your time indoors or live in an area where sunlight is scarce, include vitamin D-rich foods in your diet.

Pollution also causes a variety of diseases, including some of the most serious; because it is difficult, if not impossible, to avoid pollution, we must focus on other aspects of our health, such as detoxification, hydration, and mineral and vitamin intakes.

 

Detoxification is the process of cleaning the lymphatic system of parasites that were removed during the first phase of the process, deworming. Even in the elderly, a pre-cleaned ground facilitates osteoarticular reconstruction. Mineral supplements, MSM-based supplements, chondroitin, Omega fatty acids, and collagen can all help with this process. Natural products are much more easily accepted by the body, and magnetic BIORESONANCE therapies are gentle on the body, whereas infiltration-based reconstruction is painful and risky.

The body Viewer function is one of the quantum medicine therapies that can be used to support osteoarticular recovery. It is found in the Pulsar program, subspace Programs category.

Meridian Therapy can be used to treat pain and inflammation, as these unpleasant effects can also be caused by energy blockages at the Meridian level. On the connective tissue, too, specific interventions can be made. Treatments from the acupuncture category that are beneficial for osteoarticular reconstruction can be used to treat both subconscious and known, punctual problems by working on blocked channels corresponding to the affected area (using the test and Treat function). The pains could be caused by blockages that cause energy to be redirected to the wrong places in this case.

We can use TRIVECTOR magnetic BIORESONANCE therapies on DNA and stem cells if we’ve already passed the detoxification phase and if we are in the reconstruction phase. Risk profile programs, which act specifically on joints, bones, and cells, can improve mineral absorption. We can also use the Connect to Nutrition function in Pulsar to help the body assimilate nutrients and minerals, thereby stimulating the entire digestive system or specifically the production of enzymes.

HOMOTOXICOLOGY therapies can also benefit the bone system, ensuring deep detoxification by affecting DNA, RNA, cells, tissues, blood, lymph, and other body fluids. We can also use TRIVECTOR therapies to treat the spine, where we can use a short program to scan the spine or a long program to treat each vertebra individually if the patient has serious spinal problems. It’s also crucial to address lymphatic and nervous system issues, as reflexology therapy can help with leg pain relief.

Sports-related programs can help us rebalance our endocrine systems, which aid in mineral absorption. We can also improve oxygenation, coordination, and flexibility through this series of programs. Zap therapies, like the organ Generator category in the PULSAR program, provide us with options for treating inflammation (Zap Inflamed Tissue).

As a result, quantum medicine aids in the treatment of inflammations and disorders that cause osteoarticular pain, both acute, as a result of temperature changes, and chronic, as a result of the body’s long-term degeneration.