Physical therapy

EMS can be used as a complementary tool in physical therapy to enhance joint mobility and improve range of motion. In some cases, EMS may be incorporated into rehabilitation programs after surgeries (e.g., knee or hip replacement) to aid in muscle recovery.

Muscle Rehabilitation:
EMS can help in strengthening muscles, which is beneficial for individuals recovering from injuries or surgery. For people who have experienced muscle atrophy due to injury or immobilisation, EMS may assist in preventing further muscle loss and promoting regeneration.

Injury Prevention:
EMS can be used to target specific muscle groups, helping to address imbalances and reduce the risk of injuries.

Performance Enhancement:
EMS can enhance muscle recruitment during workouts, potentially leading to improved performance in athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

Pain Management:
EMS may help in reducing pain and discomfort associated with certain musculoskeletal conditions. It can be used as a part of a multifaceted approach to pain management.

EMS training post-surgery aids recovery by preventing muscle atrophy and promoting strength. It stimulates muscle contractions, enhancing blood circulation and reducing swelling and pain. Its adaptability allows for targeted rehabilitation, making it an efficient and non-invasive method to accelerate healing and improve overall functional outcomes.

Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises: Passive and active range of motion exercises to improve joint flexibility.

Strengthening Exercises:
Progressive resistance exercises to strengthen muscles around the surgical site.

Weight-Bearing Activities: Gradual introduction of weight-bearing activities to rebuild strength and stability.

Gait Training: Walking and gait training exercises to improve mobility and ensure proper walking mechanics.

Balance and Stability Training: Exercises to enhance balance and stability, reducing the risk of falls.

Pain Management Techniques: Modalities like ice, heat, or other pain-relieving measures to manage post-surgery discomfort. Our studio partner Repose offers biohacking treatments including cryotherapy, infrared sauna and photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy.

Functional Activities: Integration of functional activities to improve daily living skills.

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