PHYSIOTHERAPY & KINESIOTAPING
Mechanical Traction or Decompression
The purpose of the mechanical traction is to decrease pressure on the spinal column, therefore it is also called decompression. Mechanical traction may help with disc herniation, Sciatica, degenerative disc, pinch nerve and more.
By increasing blood circulation, ultrasound therapy helps to reduce muscle spasms, cramping, swelling, stiffness, and pain. It is done by sending sound waves deep into the muscle tissues, creating a gentle heat that improves circulation and healing.
Electric Stimulation transmits a painless electrical current to nerves through the skin to help control pain. Small electrode bits are positioned on or near the painful area.
Electric Stimulation helps in relieving muscle spasms, stiffness, and helps in improving mobility and controlling pain by prompting the body to produce endorphins, which are the body's natural painkiller.
Kinesiotape is a revolutionary breakthrough in sports medicine for treating athletic injuries. Its rehabilitative properties have been the focus of both medical and sports journals, and all areas point to a definitive result that it does indeed help promote faster, more thorough healing than typical athletic tapes. However, unlike regular tape, there is a unique process that must be learned and understood to get the full benefit of this therapeutic tape. The underlying science behind the tape, known as kinesiology, is founded on the belief that allowing the body's muscles, tendons and tissues to circulate fluids freely can aid in muscle repair and rehabilitation after sports injuries. You can't simply slap this tape on a sore muscle and expect results. Having a therapist who is certified in kinesiology and can show you how to apply the tape is the best way to help your body heal more fully.