Use Electrical Stimulation for Shocking Sciatica Pain Relief!
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Electrical stimulation of muscles and nerves reduces inflammation, relieves pain, restores mobility
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Quick and highly effective anti-inflammatory and pain relieve for sciatica
Both nerve (TENS) and muscles (PMS) stimulation are available;
Combines traditional Chinese Medicine and Western technology;
Highly adjustable settings, multiple auto stimulation programs: special programs for Back, Hip, etc., selected with buttons on control unit, selection of the electrical massage type (knead, acupuncture, tap, cupping, scarping), setting time and 20 intensity levels;
Portable: for use at home, in office and everywhere;
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Electrical stimulation of nerves and muscles
A course of treatment reduces inflammation, relieves pain, restores mobility. Complex treatment of sciatica symptomes with the electrical stimulation provides an opportunity to get a good therapeutic result and return the patient to a normal life.
Electrical stimulation is widely used for treatment of sciatica and other types of pain with high efficacy. It is one of the ways of physio-therapeutic action aimed at restoring the functioning of tissues, especially muscles and nerves. Pulsed currents of different frequency and intensity are used for stimulation.
The process of the vital activity of the human body, especially its motor activity, basically has, among other things, the exchange of electrical impulses that are produced in the human body. In particular, muscular activity is carried out by stimulation of nerve fibers and nerve endings from which an electrical impulse comes directly to the muscle.
Electrostimulating devices, based on this principle, simulate these small electrical signals and thus contribute to the exercise of electric massage, muscle training and improving blood circulation.
Also, when transmitting painful stimuli, electrical impulses are used. This interdependence is well studied. It is known, for example, that by stimulation of some nerve fibers it is possible to involve others (the theory of barrier control). Thus, it is possible to minimize chronic pain and this will not lead to side effects.
Two main techniques are used for electrical stimulation pain management.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulations(TENS) relieves pain by sending small electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the skin to underlying nerve fibers.
Powered Muscle Stimulations(PMS) is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electric impulses delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the muscles to be stimulated.
Nerves stimulation "deceives" a small part of the nervous system, forcing it to "forget" about the transfer of impulses responsible for the occurrence of pain. Nerve conduction increases, and the repair of damaged nerves is accelerated.
Muscles stimulation causes their contractions, blood supply and metabolism improve in the muscles of the back, they become stronger and more efficient.
As a result of the treatment, the synthesis of biologically active substances in tissues increases as well as local blood circulation and lymph drainage.
Electrical stimulation can be performed in several modes with different intensity, pulse shapes and frequencies, the selection of which determines the patient's condition, type and stage of the disease.