DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE
Muscle electrostimulation is the physiotherapy method to restore the function of muscle and nervous tissue after trauma. Electrostimulation involves impulse currents of various strengths and frequencies.
HOW THE PROCEDURE IS PERFORMED?
Electrodes are applied and fixed to the areas with trigger points: face, chest, back, abdomen, and limbs. The required current strength, frequency, and duration are selected, and an electrostimulation session starts. At the end of the procedure, the electrodes are removed and the skin is cleaned of gel. The procedure takes not more than 40 minutes, and each muscle or nerve is stimulated for a maximum of 2-3 minutes. Once this is done, a break of about 10 minutes is necessary.
- restoration of muscle strength without stress for joints and fractured area
- maintaining the functional state of muscles during reinnervation
- treatment of acute and chronic pain syndrome
- regulation of the pectoral girdle
- sports medicine
- cancer formations
- infected skin lesions in the treated area
- decompensation of chronic diseases
RESULTS OF THE PROCEDURE
The muscle electrostimulation provides the following results:
- quick pain relief;
- absence of discomfort during manipulation;
- restoration of the body functioning and the immune system;
- strengthening, activation of regenerating properties;
- efficient pain relief;