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Table Therapy Makes Healthier
September 28, 2010 17:28

Engineers and scientists from St. Petersburg have mobilized power of Earth’s gravitation force in a so-called mechanurgy table, which is believed to prevent and cure various illnesses.

Engineers from the Obukhovsky plant cooperated with scientists from St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and built a wonder-table. This innovation is believed to have healing properties and can help those, suffering from various problems with health, after seeing a doctor, of course – no pseudo-healing here, honestly, authors of the innovation say. The innovation looks like a table, but not like an ordinary table everyone is used to see in his kitchen or dining room. This table can do whatever a doctor tells it – to stand, to overturn and to move in various directions, returning in horizontal position, when necessary – depending on a patient’s health problem.

A fundamental theory of applying Earth’s gravity force for treating various health disorders is being developed in mechanurgy laboratory on St. Petersburg Polytechnic University. Head of the laboratory Peter Tolkachev is also a practicing physician, which makes sense when you try to help people by uniting science and medicine. According to Peter Tolkachev, the table can be used together with other kinds of treatment for curing various cardio-vascular diseases, helping locomotor patients, providing rehabilitation procedures for patients with problems with inner organs and bony skeleton deformations.



Mechanurgy, according to experts from Military Medical Academy, where clinical trials of a curing table take place, is a field of scientific knowledge, which collects facts about various technical facilities used for compensating lost or damaged functions of a human organism. Technologies, used for this purpose, suggest applying gravitational forces and manual therapy to a disordered organism for rehabilitation and health enhancement. Engineers from the Obukhovsky plant have already built two test samples of a wonderful table, one of which is currently undergoing clinical trials at hominal physiology department of Military Medical Academy.

This table with a patient, fixed on it, can be turned upside down, “hang” in the air or be rocked like by waves – its ability to move has almost no limits. The same technique is used, when cosmonauts train and recuperate themselves on a special ring–like facility. Each patient receives a special individually calculated algorithm of using the curing table – some need only some rocking or spinning, other may require a series of treatment.

Mechanurgy table has no name yet, but researchers and engineers already plan its improvement and consolidation of all its systems in a single medical facility, suitable for collecting information and diagnostics. Meanwhile, researchers continue scientific experiments, which will form the basis of a technology of studying effects of Earth’s gravity on physiological functions of human beings. Among other data, special sensors collect information from patient;s brain during treatment.

Source: Science & Life

Kizilova Anna

Tags: Russian Scientists St. Petersburg    

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