Ultrasound is administered by your physical therapist using an ultrasound machine.Ultrasound is often used to provide deep heating to soft tissue structures in the body. Deep heating tendons, muscles or ligaments increases circulation to those tissues, which is thought to help the healing process. Increasing tissue temperature with ultrasound is also used to help decrease pain.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is used to prevent muscle atrophy (wasting) in people with paralysis and assist in gaining some degree of muscle strength, such as after a knee surgery.
Applying heat can help improve your blood flow especially at the site of injury, thus, speeding up healing. In addition, it can help soften tight tissues and relieves pain. There are several heating modalities and devices available including: Hot packs, Paraffin wax bath, Infrared heat, Ultrasound (US) and Diathermy.
Interferential Current Therapy is a non-invasive therapy indicated for the symptomatic relief of pain and post-surgical and post-trauma acute pain.
Shoulder pain is an extremely common complaint among the general population. It allows patients to perform resistance exercises to improve range of motion and relieve pain. It also provide strength of limb that helps in the conditions such as rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder ,tendinitis etc.
Quadriceps Table with One Torque unit is designed with backrest for effective administration of progressive resistance exercises to the Knee joints muscle groups. Both QUADRICEPS & HAMSTRINGS can be exercised without changing the position of the patient.