Electrical Stimulation:

 

Patient receiving electrical stimulation treatment Electrical Stimulation therapy is a pain management technique that uses mild electrical currents to stimulate nerves and muscles. Some electrical therapy techniques may alleviate pain by blocking the transmission of pain signals along the nerves. Others may work by promoting the release of endorphins. Electrical stimulation therapy is used for 15 minutes at a time.
Benefits of electrical stimulation: Pain relief Increased function, mobility and range of motion Ease of use and administration Possible decreased dependence on medications