Prosedur Masase Neuroperfusi untuk Penanganan Nyeri dan Gangguan Fungsi: Inovasi dan Modalitas Baru dalam Terapi Nyeri
Nasution, Akhyar Hamonangan
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The flow of oxygen supply is needed by every organ. Every anesthesiologist is obliged to ensure that oxygen supply has been optimally supplied. Oxygen supply is highly dependent on arterial, venous and lymphatic blood flow. Impaired oxygen supply can be caused by surgical and non surgical diseases. Patients can feel pain, paresthesia, burning and even paralysis. Anesthesiologists are not only obliged to reduce or eliminate pain, but also have the obligation to bring back pain, sensory and motor function. Patient complaints may include pain, paresthesias, pares, plegi and even necrosis. Patients will feel hopeless and low quality of life although pain free when without the return of sensory and motor function. Pain management can be done by invasive and non invasive procedures. Neuroperfusion massage is a new alternative to pain relief and malfunction. Many sports medicine experts believe that massage can improve blood flow, decrease muscle tension / neural excitability and improve quality of life.