Ultrasound Therapy & Electric Muscle Stim at Corefit Chiropractic
Ultrasound Therapy & Electric Muscle Stim: Dr. Mark Walter
Non-invasive Therapy to Reduce Inflammation & Accelerate Healing
Electrical muscle stimulation therapy (inteferential therapy)
Corefit Chiropractic provides electrical muscle stimulation to patients in Allentown and surrounding areas of Lehigh County. Electric muscle stimulation is a physical rehabilitation therapy modality that is used to stimulate muscle contractions using electrodes hooked up to an electric stimulation machine at our facility. These contractions help to control pain, manage inflammation and strengthen the muscle.
The electrodes are placed on the effected areas of the patient’s body around the neck, back, shoulder, knee, ankle or wrist. The therapist will then adjust the controls of the machine until the patient feels a prickly sensation and is able to comfortably target the level of stim without burning, stinging or feeling a stabbing sensation. The stimulation will increase circulation and reduce swelling thereby reducing pain sensations.
Ultrasound therapy helps to reduce muscle pain and movement dysfunction. Sound waves deliver deep heat to the areas of the body that need treatment. As a result of the sound waves, the patient benefits from reduced stiffness, swelling and pain. Increased circulation and the promotion of pain free movement are positive effects of using ultrasound therapy.
Following ultrasound, Dr. Mark Walter may provide gentle chiropractic adjustments, stretching routines and rehabilitative exercises. Call and set up your appointment with Dr. Walter to determine if either of these therapies are right for you.
Ultrasound therapy & electric muscle stimulation treatment at CoreFit Chiropractic
Visit our chiropractic and pain rehabilitation clinic in the heart of Lehigh County at 1124 Glenlivet Dr., Allentown, PA 18106 or contact us to book your next appointment: (610) 841-8885. We gladly accept many insurance plans including Auto Accident, Workers Comp Injuries, Aetna, AmeriHealth Administrators, AmeriHealth Caritas, Blue Shield, Capital Blue Cross, Geisinger, Medicare, Medicaid, Senior Blue, United Health Care, Gateway, AARP Supplemental, Cigna, and Everence.