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  • Pain management
    • Improves range of joint movement
  • Treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction
    • Improvement of strength
    • Improvement of motor control
    • Retards muscle atrophy
    • Improves local blood flow
  • Improves range of joint mobility
    • Induces repeated stretching of contracted, shortened soft tissues
  • Tissue repair
    • Enhances microcirculation and protein synthesis to heal wounds
    • Restores integrity of connective and dermal tissues
  • Acute and chronic edema
    • Accelerates absorption rate
    • Affects blood vessel permeability
    • Increases mobility of proteins, blood cells and lymphatic flow
  • Peripheral blood flow
    • Induces arterial, venous and lymphatic flow
  • Iontophoresis
    • Delivery of pharmacological agents
  • Urine and fecal incontinence
    • Affects pelvic floor musculature to reduce pelvic pain and strengthen musculature
    • Treatment may lead to complete continence

Electrotherapy is used for relaxation of muscle spasms, prevention and retardation of disuse atrophy, increase of local blood circulation, muscle rehabilitation and re-education electrical muscle stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, maintaining and increasing range of motion, management of chronic and intractable pain, post-traumatic acute pain, post surgical acute pain, immediate post-surgical stimulation of muscles to prevent venous thrombosis, wound healing and drug delivery.