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Directions Of Rehabilitation of Patients Who Have Suffered Injuries of The Musculoskeletal System

Milana Valerevna Sokurova*, A. V. Yumashev, Iman Ramzanovna Dzhamaldaeva, Gulira Nurlan kyzy, Makka Ruslanovna Sagalova, Vera Sergeevna Korchagina.


The paper studies the directions of rehabilitation of patients who have suffered injuries of the musculoskeletal system.
The author notes that rehabilitation of patients after injuries of the musculoskeletal system is a complex and multifaceted
process that includes many approaches and techniques. Each patient has his own individual picture of the damage, so the
approach to his treatment and rehabilitation should be individual and comprehensive. Modern rehabilitation methods,
such as virtual reality, robotics, transcranial magnetic stimulation, Internet of Things technologies, stem cells and three-dimensional printing, provide new opportunities for effective rehabilitation of patients after injuries of the
musculoskeletal system. However, it is important to remember that each of these methods has its advantages and
disadvantages, and the choice of method should be based on the individual characteristics of the patient. In addition,
psychological support and support of the relatives are equally important components of the rehabilitation process. It must
be remembered that the process of recovery after injury of the musculoskeletal system can be long and difficult, and the
support of others can significantly improve the quality of life of the patient and speed up the rehabilitation process.

Key words: musculoskeletal system, injuries, patients, directions of rehabilitation.

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