Diathermy TENCOSIX TCR150 uses high-frequency electrical currents to apply therapeutic heat to a patient's tissues. The benefits to patient and practitioner are manifold. Primarily, by increasing blood flow to damaged or sore tissues, inflammation is reduced, pain is abated by assisting and boosting the body's natural healing process.
Radio frequency radiation is used in TECAR therapy, also known as "Transfer of Energy Capacitive and Resistive," a form of physical therapy to promote the body's natural healing processes. Sports medicine and rehabilitation specialists use this kind of therapy for treating patients with MSK (musculoskeletal) injuries.
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.
Capacitive Mode: This mode uses an external electrode to produce radio frequencies. The tissues in the body, especially those with a higher water content, such as muscles and connective tissues, are affected by the electric field created by these waves, the electric waves increase tissue temperature and blood circulation as a result of this interaction with the body's tissues, decreasing pain and speeding up the natural healing process.1. Capacitive Mode: This mode uses an external electrode to produce radio frequencies. The tissues in the body, especially those with a higher water content, such as muscles and connective tissues, are affected by the electric field created by these waves, the electric waves increase tissue temperature and blood circulation as a result of this interaction with the body's tissues, decreasing pain and speeding up the natural healing process.
Resistive Mode: In a resistive method, the therapist places an electrode in a specific area close to the skin. Due to their innate electrical resistance, bodily tissues provide resistance to radiofrequency radiation as it travels through your skin. This resistance creates heat within the tissues, which can help the muscles relax, give pain relief, and tissue healing.
TECAR therapy doesn't include any kind of surgery or medication, it is preferred by people who wish to avoid invasive treatment options. It can provide pain relief and discomfort after a few sessions, which can enhance quality life. Through the promotion of blood flow and tissue repair, TECAR therapy can speed up the healing process, enabling patients to resume regular activities sooner.
TECAR therapy is a flexible choice for treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, from chronic pain to acute problems. In comparison to other therapies, TECAR therapy generally has minimal side effects, with the majority of patients reporting only mild warmth during the procedure which makes it highly preferable. Therapists can modify the aspects of TECAR therapy to meet all unique requirements for a wide range of conditions.
There are some published studies, which have shown that TECAR therapy has some clinical advantages and have produced favourable results, including:
TECAR therapy is becoming popular, but it is important to remember that the scientific evidence is in the early stages, and there are many studies underway, and further studies are required to fully understand its advantages.
TECAR therapy has been known to be used to treat joint and musculoskeletal pain, such as lower back pain. Research has shown that you can increase your functional abilities and manage pain. It is also often used by athletes to recover from injury. By increasing blood flow, decrease of inflammation, and promoting tissue repair, it is said to speed up the healing process.
TECAR therapy is commonly used in post-surgery and post-injury rehabilitation programmes. It is believed to decrease recovery time and helps with tissue healing. According to some studies, TECAR therapy can have an impact on cellular activity, including the activation of fibroblasts—cells involved in tissue repair—and the control of inflammatory reactions. TECAR therapy patients have seen an increase in joint mobility and muscular flexibility, which is the goal of clinicians regarding patient outcomes.
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