Physiotherapy enhances the effect of drugs, accelerates tissue healing after surgery, increases the protective and regenerative abilities of the body. Required methods:

Electrophoresis - stimulates metabolic processes, accelerates the delivery of drugs to the affected area;

Magnetotherapy: improves nutrition and oxygenation of tissues, starts recovery processes;

Amplipulse – improves blood circulation, has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects;

Laser irradiation (including ILBI) – eliminates the main symptoms of inflammation;

Some of the most popular surgical procedures include:

Operations to eliminate urinary incontinence: implantation of an artificial sphincter, sling operation;

Kidney surgery – nephrostomy, nephrectomy;

kidney transplant;

Surgical intervention is used for physical injuries, oncological diseases, the presence of congenital malformations, chronic inflammation with tissue scars and the formation of necrotic areas. Surgery is a last resort and is used only when conservative therapy fails to eliminate the problem.

Bladder surgery – cystostomy (switch, open);

Reconstructive surgery after removal of bladder etc.

Reference! Many types of surgeries are performed using endoscopy and laparoscopy methods, with minimal tissue damage. The use of a special technique eliminates the risk of bleeding, significantly reduces the rehabilitation period, shows a more aesthetic appearance and minimal scarring.