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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy



myPictures/drpAdjustment.jpgPulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMFT) is a new approach to pain management that uses magnets to create pulsing, moving energy. These energy waves could change the way your body copes with pain. Many studies have also demonstrated the effectiveness of PEMFT in healing soft-tissue wounds; decreasing inflammation to alleviate pain, and increasing range of motion.


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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is used in a variety of different clinical settings to treat a range of different acute and chronic pain conditions and has become popular with both patients and health professionals. TENS is a therapy that uses low-voltage electrical current for pain relief. TENS is used to relieve pain for several different types of illnesses and conditions. Is most often to treat muscle, joint, or bone problems that occur with illnesses such as osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia, or for conditions such as low back pain, neck pain, tendinitis, or bursitis.  People have also used TENS to treat sudden (acute) pain, such as labor pain, and long-lasting (chronic) pain, such as cancer pain.

LED Red Light Therapy


Light therapy is now one of the latest methods used for healing musculoskeletal injuries.  It is popular because it has proven effective at healing a variety of injuries caused by accidents, athletic injuries and even nervous system disorders. It is non-invasive unlike most surgical methods and most people do not experience ill side effects from light therapy.  Red LED light therapy is used by physical therapists, chiropractors and other medical professionals to treat sports injuries of the shins, back, elbows, shoulders, hips, arms knees, feet, ankles, groin and leg muscles.

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Ultrasound Therapy


Therapeutic ultrasound has been used by therapists to treat soft tissue injuries for more than 50 years.  The treatment is delivered by a transducer head emitting sound waves through a gel.  These sound waves penetrate the soft tissues of the treated area to speed the healing process.  There are three primary benefits to ultrasound - 1.  Speed up the healing process by increasing blood flow in the treated area; 2. Decrease swelling; 3.  Gently massage muscles, tendons and/or ligaments in the treated area to soften any scar tissue.  Ultrasound therapy can be done either in a clinical setting by a therapist or at home using a portable unit.


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