Are you thankful for the modern healthcare system? If not, then you'll surely feel blessed after knowing about the vintage medical treatments. Believe it or not! Hospitals were actually not less than torture theatres in the middle ages. The treatments were damn painful, and medications were extremely bizarre.
Check out these horrible vintage medical treatment photos that won't let you sleep tonight.
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This prosthetic hand resembles just like the hand of a ghost. Isn't it?
It is the spinal apparatus for scoliosis treatment. I guess nothing can be more uncomfortable than this bizarre apparatus.
Can you imagine the plight of this patient after undergoing such a painful operation? I wonder if he managed to be alive after the torture.
It was believed that an iron gear can provide protection from x-rays. Really?
Don't you feel that the apparatus used today are pretty comfortable than the ones used in the middle ages?
Apparently, the nurse feels that the treatment is adequate.
And then the dead bodies were kept into coffins without a proper seal.
Prosthetic body parts were made quite heavy in the vintage era.
I wonder why such kind of medial treatment was practiced.
One of the most authentic vintage medical treatments you will ever see.
It was used as a norm in Europe in the 1750s.
Do you need any more reasons behind the prevalent problem of toothaches in the 1800s?
And it is not at all funny!
Thus, wide-mouthed jars were used to collect and prepare their extract.
The poor folks are undergoing physiotherapy. Do you need any more reasons to be thankful for modern medicine?
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