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Olexander, born in 1988, was injured in the ATO zone on January 15, 2015.
On March 3, 2015 the patient was admitted to NODUS for free rehabilitation in the framework of the charitable project on rehabilitation of soldiers and volunteers injured in the ATO zone.
The diagnosis of the patient at hospitalization : the consequences of a gunshot blind injury to the right side with damage to the right subclavian artery. The consequences of contusion, the damage to the shoulder plexus in the form of post-traumatic brachioplexitis, mainly with lesions of the secondary posterior bundle, that brought to the loss of the function of the elbow, reduction of the function of the mediastinal nerve (monoparesis of the right hand and plegia in the hand). Damage to soft tissue of the head. Damage to the anterior abdominal wall. Damage to the upper lobe of the right lung.
A program of Individual Rehabilitation (IRP) was created. The IRP of this patient was focused on the following therapies:
early local transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) of the shoulder plexus on the right.
structured sensory stimulation.
Imitation of movements.
Stimulation of mechanoreceptors of joints and muscles for improvement of proprioperception, exercises in passive mode.
doing exercises in various modes of cyclic flexion and extension of the muscles.
strengthening the shoulder muscles.
improvement of the quality of movement of the right hand.
The patient successfully completed the inpatient rehabilitation with the following positive results:
The strength of the muscles of the right hand increased significantly.
The time of session with TheraVital (the muscle strength and endurance) increased.
No more manifestations of vegetative dysfunction during exercise.
Improvement of the stereotype of the movements of the right hand.
Insignificant reduction of the paresthesia and pain in the right hand.
Partial restoration of the kinematic model of movements in the right hand.