Electrotherapy can be a valuable form of treatment for therapists to offer their patients, aiding rehabilitation. Electrotherapy, also known as electro-stimulation or electrical stimulation, can play a significant role in assisting patients in recovering from injury, trauma, or extended periods of inactivity. Athletes who want to build muscle mass are not the only people who can benefit from its use. Let us explore how it can help in the recuperation of muscles, the management of pain, and the rehabilitation of neurological function.
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The success of ultrasound therapy, as a non-invasive medical treatment has increased in use due to its many indications in treating musculoskeletal disorders and encouraging tissue recovery. It has number of benefits with no potential side effects making it a safe treatment.
Laser therapy is a type of electromedical device that is becoming increasingly popular in sports rehabilitation. The laser possesses a directional light which means that it cannot be dispersed during its emission even if the therapy is carried out in the open. This characteristic makes it easy to use it away from a physiotherapy centre in situations such as away matches or other sports events.
Shockwave therapy has proven to be an important treatment in the medical industry for the treatment of multiple musculoskeletal and soft tissue problems. It is a valuable treatment option for clinicians to offer their patients, and can be an alternative treatment to surgery.
Shockwave therapy has been approved by NICE for many conditions.
Separately, Cryo and Ultrasound therapies have been used widely by athletes and patients for decades. By combining cryotherapy and ultrasound, Cryoultrasound is used effectively to target muscle injuries and penetrate deep into the connective tissue layers to promote healing.
The medical practice of intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC), also known as intermittent compression therapy or pressotherapy, is used to improve circulation, reduce edema, and manage a number of conditions. Compression therapy equipment and devices have been especially created and are used to repeatedly apply regulated pressure to parts of the body, most commonly on the limbs.
TECAR therapy uses radio frequency creating energy through capacitive and resistive modes, it gives pain relief and stimulates the body's inflammatory response which speeds up the natural healing process. A Few sessions of TERAC therapy can help to alleviate the pain and discomfort of an injury.
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