Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy is defined as The use of electrical currents that pass through the body to stimulate the nerves and muscles, mainly in the treatment of various forms of paralysis.

It has been shown that electric stimulation devices, such as Compex, accelerate recovery time in athletes and are medical grade devices designed to contract muscles in different ways that can promote blood flow, increase muscle tone and eliminate lactic accumulation. . Even in more extreme cases, an electrotherapy device can be used to relieve muscle spasms and cramps.

Whether your goals are to be an elite athlete or simply overcoming your own physical fitness markers to get back in shape, recovery methods are vital to optimizing your human performance and potential. Although these techniques have been suggested as methods of recovery of athletic practices, recovery is important for anyone who encounters physical, emotional or mental stress in daily life. In order to do the best you can, you must take care of yourself in mind and body.

Interferential stimulation

Interferential stimulation uses mild electric currents of medium frequency that pass through the affected tissues using conductive pads. This technique can relieve pain, reduce swelling and bruising and promote healing by increasing circulation in the injured area.

  • Pain management
  • Treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction.
  • Improvement of local blood flow
  • Induces repeated stretching of contracted, shortened soft tissues
  • Tissue repair
  • Acute and chronic edema
  • Accelerates absorption rate

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