The AndroSPOK magnetophotobarotherapy apparatus is intended for treatment and rehabilitation of chronic prostatitis, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, Peyronie disease, and for prevention of andropathies in men.
High efficiency of the AndroSPOK magnetophotobarotherapy apparatus is determined by a combination of three methods of physical action: a low-frequency pulsed magnetic field of a special form (magnetotherapy), optical polarized exposure of visible and infrared range (phototherapy), and barotherapy.
The AndroSPOK apparatus can be used as a monotherapy or in complex therapy both in healthcare organizations and domiciliary.
In terms of functionality, the AndroSPOK magnetophotobarotherapy apparatus is superior to known physiotherapy devices used for the treatment and prevention of urogenital tract diseases in men. The characteristics of the physical effects provided by the AndroSPOK apparatus are chosen considering mutual enhancement of the effects (synergy) and to maximize the therapeutic effect without going beyond the safe use of each factor.
Magnetophotobarotherapy is a new combined method of physiotherapeutic treatment and prevention of diseases of the urogenital tract in men, for which the original multifactor AndroSPOK apparatus was manufactured. The manufacturing technologies and design features of the apparatus are protected by more than 20 patents in more than 90 countries of the world.
The AndroSPOK magnetophotobarotherapy apparatus is registered by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus as a medical equipment. Before the beginning of the medical course using the AndroSPOK apparatus, it is necessary to read the instruction manual. It is recommended to consult a doctor.Counterindications.
- Acute inflammation.
- Vascular disease decompensation.
- Chronic somatic pathology decompensation.
- Systemic blood disease; anticoagulant treatment.
- Inguinal or inguinoscrotal hernia.
- Varicose veins of the spermatic cord stages 2 and 3;
- Thrombophlebitis of the pelvic or lower extremity veins;
- Phimosis and paraphimosis;
- Acute inflammatory diseases of the external genitalia.