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INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO THE TREATMENT AND CORRECTION OF SCOLIOSIS USING DIRECTED PSYCHO-VOLITIONAL STATIC-DYNAMIC SYSTEM COMBINED WITH MODERN METHODS OF CONTROL

S. V. TSOY (1), A. N. LOBOV (1), V. K. BELYAKOV (1), V. U. LEVKOV (1), K. V. TROYANOV (1), A. B. KUZNETSOV (1), A. V. PROHIN (1), M. V. PANYKOV (1), S. E. TABAKOV (2), K. V. BELYAKOV (3) 1 -PIROGOV RUSSIAN NATIONAL RESEARCH MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, MOSCOW, RUSSIA 2 -RUSSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORT, YOUTH AND TOURISM, MOSCOW, RUSSIA 3 -FEDERAL RESEARCH CENTER OF PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY, ONCOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY NAMED AFTER DMITRY ROGACHEV, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Objective: the aim of our investigation was the development and testing of innovative approach in the treatment of scoliosis. Materials and Methods: the study involved 11 girls, aged 14-18, with a diagnosis of 3 stage idiopathic scoliosis. New methodical approach of applying directed psychovolitional statodynamic system in the treatment and correction of idiopathic scoliosis were used. Comprehensive examination including objective methods, such as X-rays of the spine and scoliometer performed prior to treatment and after its completion.
Results: the article contains description of the directed psycho-volitional static-dynamic system and its’ application as methodology for treatment of scoliosis, new methodical approaches, clinical examples, analysis of the work, experience of using innovative instrumental methods of control. The results of measurements of angular position of the vertebrae of the spine shows positive dynamics – all patients had statistically significant (p ≤ 0,01, by Student's test) change of vertebrae angle about a vertical axis, an average of 5±0,59°.
Conclusions: use of directed psycho-volitional static-dynamic system combined with modern methods of control provides significant results in the treatment of scoliosis. Methods of control and participation of different specialists in treatment provides high level of personalization of ongoing treatment.
Keywords: 
scoliosis; methodology; instrumental methods of research; exercise; system; statics; dynamics.