Electric Stimulation for Therapy

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What is Electric Stimulation for Therapy?

Electric stimulation for therapy is a procedure that uses electrical energy to provide stimulation to the body, often the muscles, in order to relieve pain and improve function.

Why would I get an Electric Stimulation for Therapy?

Electric stimulation for therapy may be recommended by a doctor or other medical professional when other treatments like physical therapy have been ineffective in helping with pain and/or muscle dysfunction. Electric stimulation for therapy can be helpful in reducing pain, improving range of motion, and enabling better physical performance.

What happens during an Electric Stimulation for Therapy?

During an electric stimulation for therapy procedure, the patient will be connected to electrical equipment that sends low-level electrical pulses to the affected area of the body. The patient may feel a slight vibration or tingling sensation. Depending on the patient’s needs, the electrical stimulation may be applied for a few seconds or for several minutes.

What to expect after an Electric Stimulation for Therapy?

Most patients report improved mobility and decreased pain after a single electric stimulation for therapy session. In some cases, a doctor may suggest multiple treatments over a period of time for even better results. It is important for the patient to discuss any changes in their condition with the doctor, or any new pain or discomfort that may appear once the session is over.

Conclusion

Electric stimulation for therapy is a procedure that uses electrical energy to stimulate muscles or other areas of the body in order to reduce pain and improve physical function. It is often recommended when other treatments have been ineffective, and may take place over multiple sessions. Most patients report increased mobility and decreased pain after a single session, although this may vary depending on the patient's condition. Discuss any changes in symptoms or any new pain with the doctor.

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