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How does electrical stimulation repair the human body?

For decades, electrical stimulation, as a more and more common treatment method, has been used to restore patients’ physical functions, such as vision, hearing, movement, touch and proprioception. Electrical stimulation has the characteristics of simple operation, noninvasive and painless, and small adverse effects. It is widely used in the repair and treatment of periodontitis, stroke, …

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Neuromuscular electrical stimulation should be used in the following cases

Pelvic floor muscle strength grade 0 or above; In order to enhance the patient’s sense of pelvic floor rehabilitation experience, even if the patient’s pelvic floor muscle has a certain muscle strength, such as grade 3 and above, neuromuscular electrical stimulation should be selected first; Patients with poor pelvic floor muscle strength, grade 2 and …

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Electrical stimulation has more than one stimulation mode

Electrical stimulation mainly includes four stimulation modes: neuromuscular electrical stimulation, myoelectric contact power generation stimulation, percutaneous neuroelectric stimulation and micro current stimulation. Today we focus on neuromuscular electrical stimulation and myoelectric contact power generation stimulation. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation On the one hand, 30-50hz electrical stimulation can enhance the muscle strength and endurance of pelvic floor …

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Can neuromuscular electrical stimulation improve muscle function in children with cerebral palsy?

Cerebral palsy is due to abnormalities or damage in the early brain development, mainly resulting in motor dysfunction. Spasticity is one of the most common symptoms of cerebral palsy, affecting about 80% of patients. Recent studies have pointed out that muscle size and structure are related to the activity level of patients. Therefore, different treatment …

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