Phototherapy

Phototherapy – used with patients suffering from skin diseases, and used alongside naftalan therapy, as it provides for a better outcome.

This therapy is used for:
– Psoriasis

In the phototherapy cabin, the entire body is exposed to UVA and UVB light. Partial phototherapy is used with patients with skin changes on palms and soles. The patient is covered with naphthalan and exposed to UVA – UVB lamp light in the duration of 15 to 20 minutes.

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Iontophoresis

Iontophoresis with Naftalan – introduction of naftalan to certain skin areas with the help of electrotherapy. The therapeutic medium, naphthalan, driven by an electric field, is introduced from the cathode into the affected area.

Iontophoresis with Naftalan is for:
– Degenerative affections of the joints
– Rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis

Iontophoresis

Sonophoresis

Sonophoresis – introduction of naftalan to certain skin areas with the help of ultrasound. Naphthalan is applied as the contact medium between the ultrasound probe and the targeted body area. Application of the sonophoresis onto small hand and feet joints is performed in a naphthalan bath into which the ultrasound probe is immersed.

Sonophoresis helps with:
– Degenerative affections of the joints
– Rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis

Sonophoresis

Each treatment is customized to meet the requirements and condition of the patient
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