How to apply tecartherapy treatments to patients with psoriasis
Psoriasis is not just a skin problem. It can also drastically affect your state of mind. It is a non-contagious chronic skin disease which is identifiable by its red and inflamed rashes. Because of this, many affected people suffer from problems of self-esteem and are at greater risk of anxiety and depression. Sadly, there is currently no cure for it, but treatments, like those offered at Capenergy may slow down its progress and improve your prognosis.
According to the World Health Organisation (OMS), this is a chronic, non-contagious, painful, disfiguring and incapacitating illness for which there is no cure. It is caused by immunological mechanisms and is hereditary.
There are many variants which can be distinguished by the morphology of the sores. The most characteristic are erythrodermic plaques of different sizes, covered by itchy, painful, whitish scales which can be the cause of a great deal of negative social exclusion.
In fact, the OMS points out how psoriasis can substantially impact on a person’s quality of life, even when it only affects a small part of the body.
How to treat psoriasis with tecartherapy
Thanks to Capenergy tecartherapy, the first effect that people with psoriasis will experience is the hydration of the skin plaques in which active regeneration begins to take place. This helps to reduce the discomfort and the itching.
Secondly, this type of treatment promotes detoxification of the body through the forced expulsion of toxins and the hyper-oxygenation of damaged tissue.
Lastly, it creates a feeling of sedation and relaxation in the patient which physically helps them to reduce the symptoms of the disease.
In the video we share below, we have summarised the treatment with Capenergy tecartherapy to describe how this might control the development of the disease and improve your prognosis, as it will help to normalise the body’s regenerative process.
How long does the tecartherapy treatment last?
Treatment times for psoriasis cases are difficult to determine, as it will depend on the level of severity of the psoriasis and the area of the body that is affected.
Despite the fact that results are notable during the first five sessions, up to 50 sessions may be required for more serious cases before the patient is discharged.
If you have any questions, our expert team is here to resolve any doubt you may have. Lastly, remember that all our equipment carries the Medical Certificate 13485, which guarantees that your client is in good hands.