Neurological conditions

In individuals with certain neurological conditions, such as stroke or spinal cord injuries, EMS may be used to activate muscles that are otherwise difficult to engage voluntarily.

Stroke: EMS may be used to stimulate weakened muscles, helping in the rehabilitation of motor function. It can assist in muscle re-education and reducing muscle spasticity.

Spinal Cord Injuries: EMS may be employed to activate muscles below the level of injury. It can aid in maintaining muscle tone and preventing muscle atrophy in paralysed or weakened limbs.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS): EMS may be used to address muscle weakness and improve functional abilities.

Cerebral Palsy: EMS might be incorporated into therapy to help individuals with cerebral palsy enhance muscle strength and coordination.

Peripheral Nerve Injuries: For certain peripheral nerve injuries, EMS may be used to maintain or regain muscle function.