Category: Electrotherapy
Sinusoidal Current Effects Of Sinusoidal Current

Sinusoidal Current Effects Of Sinusoidal Current

A sinusoidal current is evenly alternating sine wave currents having a frequency of 50hZ. It gives 100 pulses or phases in one second of 10 ms each, 50 in one direction and 50 in ...

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What Is Dirrect Current Direct Current Therapeutic Use

What Is Dirrect Current Direct Current Therapeutic Use

Direct Current Therapeutic  Direct current is an electric current that flows in one direction for about one second or longer. DC is also referred to as monophasic, galvanic, ...

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Functional Electrical Stimulation And It Clinical Uses

Functional Electrical Stimulation And It Clinical Uses

Functional Electrical Stimulation is the technique in which electrical stimulation is used in order to obtain a desired functional movement. It has been in use since 1960. ...

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Hydrotherapy Principle Methods Of Application

Hydrotherapy Principle Methods Of Application

Hydrotherapy Principle Use of water in order to benifit therapeutic effects is known as Hydrotherapy. History: For longtime water is used for therapeutic purposes. Natural warm ...

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Microwave Therapy Principle Application

Microwave Therapy Principle Application

Microwave Therapy Principle Application Electromagnetic radiations used for the treatment of different pathologies lying between the radio waves and the infrared waves in the ...

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Biofeedback Working Principle And Its Clinical Uses

Biofeedback Working Principle And Its Clinical Uses

Biofeedback Working Principle The technique used to measure, process and feedback some information from which the people unaware means of auditory or visual signals with the help ...

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Wax Therapy Physiotherapy treatment, Principle Method Of Application Indications

Wax Therapy Physiotherapy treatment, Principle Method Of Application Indications

Contradiction to Paraffin Wax Treatment Paraffin and mineral oil immersion used in combination for the treatment of the distal parts of the body like hands and feet. It usually ...

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Magnetic Therapy Its Physiological Effects Clinical Uses

Magnetic Therapy Its Physiological Effects Clinical Uses

Definition Magnetic therapy uses different types of magnets to remove a number of diseases from the body. The principle of Magnetic therapy: In a human body, every cell, ...

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Shock Wave Therapy Technique of Application

Shock Wave Therapy Technique of Application

High-pressure acoustic waves are passed through the body in order to get pain relief along with the tissue repair. History Of Shock Wave Therapy: Shockwave treatment is used for ...

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FluidoTherapy Treatment and Hot Air Treatment

FluidoTherapy Treatment and Hot Air Treatment

In fluidotherapy when warmed air blow through a mass of cellulose particles(powder) which become suspended in moving air in a large cabinet, a fluid like a mixture is formed. The ...

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