Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) is used in conjunction with active exercise to maximize muscle-fibre recruitment, re-educate muscle timing and override the inhibiting effects of pain. It involves a mild electrical current placed over a specific muscle to produce a contraction while you complete functional strengthening exercises.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a type of electrical stimulation used to help decrease acute and chronic pain.
Interferential Current (IFC) and Pre-modulated Current are delivered through two or four electrodes to stimulate nerves and local endorphin release and repair tissues. Electrotherapy increases local blood flow and helps to reduce pain and oedema.
Ultrasound involves low-frequency sound waves to facilitate healing at a cellular level by improving blood flow and increase metabolism and reducing inflammation .
It helps increase soft tissue extensibility by breaking up scar tissue in conditions like chronic ligament sprains ,muscle strains , Tendonitis, Tennis and golfers elbow , Plantar fasciitis.