The currents that are applied in physiotherapy are of low frequency - the dynamic current, TENS, Trabert current , electrostimulation as well as the medium frequency currents, as it is the interferential current.
The dynamic current is a continuous electrical current with effect : anti dematos, analgesic resorbtive, decongestive , decontractant , anti inflammatory to improve the tissue metabolism.
There are polars currents so that the application of them can be a bit unpleasant, the patient feeling a powerful sensation of sting or numbness.
TENS are currents of low frequency used in analgesic goal because have the capacity to stimulate selectively the thick nervous fibers.
The interferential currents
The interferential currents determine the antialagic effects , to calm the pain, the mio relaxation effects and de contractures, excitomotor effect , vascular trophic effect, hyper merizant , resorbative. It is administrated by the physiotherapist and implies the be applied to the body of a amortization sponges which will create a light current to provoke a sting sensation of needles.
It represents the muscular stimulation with the help of the impulses by an electrical divice and are transmited with the help of special electrodes to the muscles that are stimulated which generate contractions to them. It can be used successfully to increase the muscular strength during the trainings and an efficient recovery for patients partially or totally mobilized and also an efficient method to recover the performance sportive.
Electrostimulation is recommended successfully with the goal of strengthen the muscles in case of ciphoses, scollosis and plat-footed.
The galvanic baths are applied to certain parts of the body or for the whole body. They combinen the galvanic current effect with the effect of the water which becomes an intermediator between the electrode and tegument. The density of the current on the tegument is reduced and due to this there is no risk of cutaneous burn. The water has a temperature between 36-37 degrees Celsius and the maxim concentration of 2g/l Na Cl to lead well the electric current and the intensity of the current adjusts according to the medical prescription of the doctor and the subjective sensation of the patient.Deep Oscilation It is a unique method of treatment which intensifies the manual modalities of the therapy ( lymphatic drainage manual massage)Deep oscillation is a new instrument of physiotherapy which applies an intermittent electrostatic field with deep oscillations in order to stimulate the transport the interstitial liquid and its components and allow the tissue to regain it mobility and flexibility. The treatment is made with the help of available manually applicator.
It is a unique method of treatment which intensifies the manual modalities of the therapy ( lymphatic drainage manual massage)
Deep oscillation is a new instrument of physiotherapy which applies an intermittent electrostatic field with deep oscillations in order to stimulate the transport the interstitial liquid and its components and allow the tissue to regain it mobility and flexibility. The treatment is made with the help of available manually applicator.
Contraindications for deep oscillation: pacemaker; active cancer; infectious diseases; thrombosis and thrombophlebitis.
For hyperactive patients is reccommended a diet with out salt during the treatment.
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muscular pain : myalgia, the increases of the tissue , inflammation of tendons, inflammation of the tissues around the articulation.
inflamatory rheumatic affections, ankylose spondylitis, spondyloarthropathie.
sequela after lombar hernia and cervical surgery.
recovery moods (aftre contusions, strains post imobilization contractures , breaks or muscular wrick
degenerative rheumatic affections, arthrosis
infections diseases, febrile moods and pulmonary inflammations
people who have cardiac peacemaker aor other stimulators
thrombosis and thrombophlebitis
the wounded tegument areas
malign tumor or cutaneous areas