Electrical stimulation involves the use of electrical currents to stimulate nerves, muscles, or both. It can be delivered through electrodes placed on the skin or through specialized devices that target specific areas of the body. 


Pain Relief: Electrical stimulation can help alleviate acute and chronic pain by blocking pain signals to the brain and triggering the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers. – Muscle Rehabilitation: Electrical stimulation can improve muscle strength, endurance, and coordination, making it useful for muscle re-education after injury, surgery, or neurological conditions.

Edema Reduction: Electrical stimulation can help reduce swelling and inflammation by promoting lymphatic drainage and increasing blood circulation. 

Improved Function: Electrical stimulation can enhance nerve function, proprioception (awareness of body position), and motor control, leading to improved functional abilities.

Conditions Treated
– Muscle Strains and Sprains 
– Tendonitis 
– Arthritis 
– Neuropathy 
– Stroke Rehabilitation 
– Spinal Cord