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Electrotherapy encompasses the utilization of diverse devices that administer electrical impulses through electrodes attached to the patient’s skin. This practice, considered a therapeutic modality in rehabilitation, is employed by physical therapists, occupational therapists, and chiropractors to address various objectives:


  1. Alleviation of pain in individuals dealing with chronic, post-surgical, and post-traumatic injuries.
  2. Enhancement of local or targeted blood circulation to injured tissues, facilitating the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to promote healing.
  3. Relaxation of spasming muscles to alleviate tension on nerves and tissues, as well as improvement of joint range of motion for functional benefits.
  4. Prevention or reduction of muscle atrophy and wasting resulting from disuse.
  5. Re-education of hypokinetic muscles through targeted stimulation to facilitate contraction.
  6. Transcutaneous administration of specific medications (Iontophoresis) for increased effectiveness in the bloodstream or tissues.
  7. Synthesis of enzymes crucial for tissue repair.