Electrotherapy uses electrical energy to treat varies medical conditions and can be found in our medical devices category. The electrical current not only accelerates the healing process but also helps stimulate the deep brain when treating neurological diseases. The use of electrotherapy is currently associated with rehabilitation and physical therapy treatments.
Makemeheal carries three different types of electrotherapy products: Electrodes, TENS Units, and Muscle Stimulators.
Electrotherapy electrodes are pads that deliver painless electrical impulses and encourage blood flow while alleviating pain throughout the body. You can find an assortment of shapes and sizes at Makemeheal.
Electrotherapy TENS Units, also known as Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulators, are treatments that help with long term pain relief. The electrical currents of TENS Units send stimulating impulses of the skin to the nerves, which blocks pain signals from reaching the brain thereby decreasing pain. Electrotherapy TENS Units are ideal for rehabilitation and physical therapy, and at Makemeheal, you can find a variety of portable TENS Units. TENS Units are most commonly used for back, neck and shoulder pains, arthritis, neuropathies, and other acute and chronic pain.
Electrotherapy Muscle Stimulators, also known as Electrical Muscle Stimulation or EMS, are a form of electrotherapy and muscle training. EMS is electrical stimulation devices that helps muscles contract with electric pulses. There are over the counter EMS devices helps tone muscles and prescription EMS devices that helps relax muscles, increase blood circulation, and help to maintain and increase a person’s range of motion. You can find portable EMS devices and portable digital EMS devices at Makemeheal.
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