Tecar therapy
EXPLAINED 

Tecar therapy is a physiotherapeutic treatment used primarily in the treatment of trauma and inflammation of the musculoskeletal system. 

It belongs to the group of therapies based on heat. 

 

It is a massage performed with tecar, a machine that uses radiofrequencies to stimulate the biological responses of surface and deeper tissues.

 

Improved joint mobility and range of movement, by reducing inflammation and increasing blood flow to the affected area. Decreased myoclonus (muscle spasm). Calms muscle spasms and reduces muscle tension, which can lead to improved flexibility and decreased pain.

 

Rapid tissue repair and regeneration, by increasing muscle perfusion and oxygenation, the body’s natural healing process is stimulated.

 

Non-invasive, by avoiding surgery or medications, recovery time and complications are reduced making it a safe and effective option for patients who may not be able to tolerate other forms of treatment.

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