Evaluation of the effects of Super Inductive Stimulation in physiotherapy after SARS-CoV-2 infection

Piotr Kęsicki, Igor Świerkowski, Ewa Jach, Krystyna Rasławska, Jacek Łuniewski, Katarzyna Bogacz, Jan Szczegielniak

P. Kęsicki, I. Świerkowski, E. Jach, K. Rasławska, J. Łuniewski, K. Bogacz, J. Szczegielniak – Evaluation of the effects of Super Inductive Stimulation in physiotherapy after SARS-CoV-2 infection. Fizjoterapia Polska 2021; 21(4); 6-17

Objective. The objective of the study was to assess the effectiveness of Super Inductive Stimulation in respiratory therapy in patients after SARS-CoV2 infection.
Material and methods. The study was carried out in the specialist hospital of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration in Głuchołazy, in the pulmonary department. Fifteen men aged 35 to 63 and fifteen women aged 32 to 69 participated in the study. Each patient underwent ten sessions of Super Inductive Stimulation.
Results. The use of Super Inductive Stimulation resulted in the reduction of moderate cough, chest pain, shortness of breath, severe cough with phlegm/sputum, sweating, headache, nausea, diarrhoea, muscle pain, lack of appetite, problems with concentration, problems with thinking and sleeping, and fatigue.
Conclusions. Analysis of the results showed a positive effect of the applied therapy. Taking into account the answers given before and after rehabilitation, the condition of the respondents improved by 20.18%. The largest differences in the results were observed in the case of headache, diarrhoea, and sleeping problems, being 39.85%, 30.91% and 28.57%, respectively. The comparison of the study results showed that the patients’ quality of life improved.
Key words:
pulmonology, super inductive stimulation, COVID-19, physiotherapy
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