Electro Therapy

Electro therapy focuses on the stimulating effect of electric current. The therapeutic effect varies according to the frequency: low-frequency current supports the blood circulation, strengthens the wound healing and reduces the pain. Medium-frequency current is used for muscle tensions, after operations and injuries. High-frequency currents are for the  treatment of muscle pain or degenerated joint diseases.

 

Used To Treat

  • Muscle tenseness
  • Back pain
  • Scatica
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder arm syndrome
  • Joint problems
  • Circulation disorders
  • Limitations in mobility due to pain

Treatment Options

After a full consultation, and pain assessment, we are able to offer some of the most sophisticated treatment options available.

ABW Backmapping / Postural analysis

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Electro Therapy

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Iontophoresis

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Kinesio Tape Therapy

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Ultrasound Therapy

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