Improvement in Nerve Function using coMra - Part 2

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coMra Therapy

Number of coMra-Therapy courses by condition:




spastic diplegia,

mixed tetraparesis

34 children




Lower flaccid paraparesis after poliomyelitis B91 1 child
Other motor disorders:

motor disorder of pyramidal type,

G93.9 7 children



Myotonic syndrome on residual background G71.1 2 children
Muscular dystrophy G71.0 1 child
Consequences of neonatal cervical trauma, chondrosis, unstable disks C2-C3 T 09 1 child
Neuropathy of facial nerve G51 3 children
Partial optic atrophy, esotropia H47.2 2 children
Delay of psychoverbal development G98 24 children
Ataxiophemia F80.0 1 child
Stuttering F98.5 5 children
Enuresis F98.0 14 children
Encopresis F98.1 2 children
Chronic tic disorder F95.1 1 child
Intellectual disability, developmental disorder, emotional and behavioral disorder. F70-79,


8 children
Kyphoscoliosis, thoracic section of spine M41 4 children
Torticollis M43.6 1 child
Valgus deformity of feet,

Varus deformity of feet and ankles
M21.0-21.1 3 children

5 children
Congenital unstable hip Q65.6 3 children
Cholecystitis, cholesterolosis of gallbladder K81,

1 child
Chronic disease of tonsils J35.0 8 children
Hypertrophy of tonsils with hypertrophy of adenoids J35.3 22 children
Acute sinusitis, allergic rhinitis J01-J30.1 1 child
Acute bronchitis J20 1 child
Asthma J45 1 child
Sensorineural hearing loss H90 3 child

Following treatments with coMra-Therapy significant positive results were noted.

For children with CP abnormal muscle tone decreased after treatments and also motor activity increased. Treatment programs were chosen for individuals depending on their type of CP. More significant improvements were noted for spastic types. After 2-3 courses of treatment all children with CP had increased range of motion in limbs, especially in their hands.

The duration of courses was 15-21 days, 1-2 times a day, with a 3 week break between the courses. Twisting of limbs and overall posture problems became less expressed, and the volume of movement increased in elbow and shoulder joints. Children became more active, they used their paretic limb in movements more often, and their gripping of objects improved. Together with an increase in motor activity, their vocabulary and cognitive activity increased.

A girl with flaccid lower paresis after poliomyelitis had a severe movement disorder, (no reliance on the feet, no crawling, and sitting only while relying on support from her hands). After two courses of coMra-Therapy combined with kinesiotherapy and massage, the child started to rely on her feet, was able to stand with some help, and got up on her own while using a bigger object as support. The therapy in her case consisted of two treatments a day for 21 days, with a break of 3 weeks between courses.

With musculoskeletal disorders a strengthening of the trunk muscles and normalising of muscle tone was noted. Greater efficiency was noted in posture disorders and in valgus and varus deformations of the feet. We found a normalising of spine muscle tone and in the lower limbs, the asymmetry of the girdles and shoulder blades decreased, as well as there being better posture.

For the children with enuresis and encopresis full relief was achieved – 1/3 of the treated children showed a full regression of symptoms. After two months the symptoms had not returned. In other cases a decrease in frequency of enuresis or an increase in remission period was achieved.

For children with psychiatric disorders and speech disorders the coMra-Therapy biostimulation and sedative programs were used.

The treatment of tonsils and adenoids demonstrated a change in the compensation stage, resulting in free breathing through nose, which is especially important during kinesiology exercises.

A child with partial optical atrophy and esotropia benefited from a slightly decreased angle of eyeball to center, recognising objects on bigger pictures. The eye bottom has not yet been reviewed, and the child continues the rehabilitation program.

Children with diffuse muscular hypotonia benefited from increased toning in the extremities and better motor coordination.

A child with stuttering underwent a change to the remission stage. There were less tics during the day and their severity decreased.

With treatments for paresis of the facial nerve the asymmetry of the face decreased.

coMra-Therapy was applied to a child with residual symptoms of acute bronchitis with wet cough. Following a full course of treatment the symptoms disappeared.

Through using the recommended program for cholesterolosis of the gallbladder, better appetite was noted and the pain disappeared.

In the case of sensorineural hearing loss no difference was noted, in this case most probably a decision concerning hearing aids should be taken.

We are also experimenting with an interesting field of research, which is the application of coMra-Therapy together with Bishofit natural minerals. Poltava Bishofit (a physio gel) is applied as a thin layer to the chosen area (as a “band” along the spine or as a “boot”, or “glove” to the cervical collar area), allowing 10-15 minutes for the minerals to penetrate the skin. A coMra-Therapy treatment is then applied to the same area. This method has shown good results with muscle tone, pain reflex syndrome, and hypertonic muscles.

The conclusion from our results is that coMra-Therapy has been shown to have an extensive application in children’s diseases and naturally complements existing rehabilitation methods.

No contraindications were noted by our Centre's specialists.

Moreover coMra-Therapy has also shown very good results in infants up to 1 year old, an area in which the choice of therapies and treatment methods is much more limited in terms of rehabilitation.

If we were to summarise coMra-Therapy’s definitive advantages we would specify:

easy to endure,
simple treatment process,
no pain during treatmenton programs have greatly improved.

Author - Charles AJ Mitchley

Published - 2015-05-11