Inductive Tissue Stimulation
Inductive Tissue Stimulation is a technology that uses a unique high-intensity electromagnetic field. The resulting depolarization of the neuromuscular tissue during therapy causes muscle contractions in the treatment area. A large frequency range (1-150 Hz) allows you to achieve various therapeutic effects.
The direct benefits of using Inductive Tissue Stimulation are:
- Pain reduction,
- Joint mobilization,
- Acceleration of healing, e.g. fractures,
- Muscle relaxation or strengthening.
- Indicators for using Super Inductive Stimulation therapy include:
- Painful shoulder syndrome,
- Carpal tunnel syndrome,
- Ankylosing spondylitis, Rheumatoid arthritis,
- Regeneration of nerves and muscles,
- Mobilization of joints, strengthening muscle strength,
- Prevention of muscle wasting,
- Herniated disc,
- Jumper’s knee,
- Enthesopathies, eg tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow,
- Combating pain (acute, subacute, chronic),
- Muscle stimulation,
- Tendonitis, bursitis,
- Trigger point therapy,
- Reducing spasticity, e.g. after a stroke.
The procedure lasts from 6 to 13 minutes. The suggested number of treatments in a series is 5 to 10 treatments, 2-3 times a week, with 4 to 6 weeks of break between series. During the therapy, the patient feels a slight tingling or vibration, as well as muscle spasms.
The effects are felt after the first treatment.