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Electrotherapy is an umbrella term for a variety of modalities used in the treatment of a wide range of conditions. Electrotherapy works by using electrical impulses to help reduce pain, promote healing and repair damaged tissues. Electrotherapy has been used for a considerable amount of time in the treating of musculoskeletal conditions. recent studies suggests that electrotherapy does have an effect on the rate of wound healing if it is applied within a certain time frame within the repairing stage which our physiotherapists have great knowledge in.

The use of electrotherapy modalities are used in conjunction with other treatment such as exercises, resistant exercises, massage.

A full assessment by one of our specialist physiotherapist will be able to assess and diagnose present conditions. Electrotherapy will be used on their rational reasoning and if it appropriate to and if it is beneficial.

Electrotherapy consists of:-

  • Ultrasound - uses mechanical energy to aid in tissue repair
  • TENS - stimulates sensory nerves leading to pain relief

What does electrotherapy do?

Studies suggest that electrotherapy promotes a faster recovery if used at a sufficient point in the healing process.

It is also used to:-

  • Reduce pain
  • Improve blood flow
  • Repairs damaged tissues
  • Increase lymphatic flow
  • Improve range of movement
  • Increase motor control
  • Increase protein and blood cells

For more information regarding electrotherapy and the effects that is has please call 07734054192 or send an e-mail to office@sportandspinalphysio.co.uk


Get in touch

We are always happy to answer any questions you might have. Call us on 07734054192 or send an e-mail to office@sportandspinalphysio.co.uk.

Where we work

We are based in Northern Ballet in central Leeds.

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