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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis occurs when the protective tissue at the end of your bones wears down.  This causes joint pain and stiffness which lessens your range of motion, and may cause pain and/or swelling.  According to the Arthritis Foundation, osteoarthritis is the most common joint condition, affecting 27 million Americans.  Several factors may cause this painful condition including genetics, injury, overuse of joints, and weight.

Neuromuscular regeneration therapy uses electrical stimulation to provide a variety of positive effects for the entire body.  This therapy focuses on providing the following:

 

  • Increase in circulation

  • Pain relief

  • Nerve regeneration

  • Muscular stimulation

  • An anti-inflammatory action

  • Decrease in lower extremity swelling

 

Depending on your symptoms, neuromuscular regeneration therapy can provide numerous positive results. This treatment utilizes electronic pulses to reduce pain, and retrain the nerves which results in maximizing the benefit of the treatment.