The origins of Cordus and Sacrus
The self-gravitation method, which consists of deep relaxation of the deepest muscles of the spine by the pressure of body weight on specialized devices, was developed in the 1980s by Kurt L. Kienlein and Kostanbayev V.S.
During 1981 in the USA, Anthony Chila, John Peckham and Carol Manheim, developed the technique of myofascial release, to solve regional pain of muscular origin, located in a muscle or muscle group, through the pressure and the stretching of these.
After several years of research in the study of myofascial pain syndrome in people and athletes with various diseases of the spine, between 2008 and 2012, Yury Koriukalov (Dr. Neurophysiologist), Vitaly Denisenko (Medical Rehabilitologist), among other scientists and Russian doctors, resumed and improved self-graft and myofascial release methods to create Cordus.
A year later, Sacrus was created to complement the therapeutic effects of Cordus.
Although there are different ways to relax the muscles of the spine, Cordus and Sacrus are more professional from a medical point of view because:
RELIEVE and CORRECT from serious diseases of the spine such as scoliosis, herniated discs, sciatica, lumbago, among others.
They reach the deep intervertebral muscles, where often the root of the problem is usually.
Both devices provide an integral method to work the entire spinal column (lumbar-sacral, dorsal-coccyx and cervical).
They have the official approval of the General Hospital of St. Petersburg, among other Russian medical entities.
Dr. Yury Koriukalov
The scientist Yury Koriukalov, Dr. Neurophysiologist, with a master’s degree in Biological Sciences from the State University of Russia, has collaborated on more than 11 research articles on rehabilitation, human brain patterns, human physiology, muscle fatigue, myofascial release, among others.
After four years of research, he developed with a team of Russian scientists and doctors, the Cordus and Sacrus devices to relieve and correct even serious diseases of the entire spine.
Some of the projects in which he collaborated are:
Some of the brain mechanisms of the induced state of relaxation. 2014
Response of the body to the local musculature. Performance of the people involved. Various professional occupations. 2014
Influence of visualization on changes in brain action currents during relaxation. 2014
Synchronization of alpha-rhythm bioelectrical activity in the brain’s regular function. 2015
Resistance and fatigue caused by local muscle performance in expert athletes. 2015
Load on small muscle groups as a risk of hypertensive conditions. 2017
Multifactor regression modeling of the synchronization period for an individual pattern of the human brain: Neural Network. 2018