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Modalities 

• Thermal Ultrasound – Continuous sound waves absorbed by the body that can reduce   or control pain & muscle   spasms, increase circulation and soft tissue flexibility.

• Non-thermal Ultrasound – Pulsed sound waves absorbed by the body to accelerate tissue healing, and promote the reduction of tissue inflammation.

• Phonophoresis – Localized delivery of medication into the body through the skin by using ultrasound.

• Interferential Electric Stimulation – Two independent channels of electrical current crossing each other to ease deep tissue pain.

• Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation (TENS) – Mild electrical current in low frequencies applied to relieve stiffness and pain.

• Neuromuscular Electric Stimulation – Medium to high electric currents used to activate specific muscle groups.

• Electric Stimulation – Low level current used to relieve pain, increase wound healing and regeneration of tissue.

• Iontophoresis – Localized delivery of medication into the body through the skin by using   electric current.

• Moist Heat – Increases blood flow, soft tissue flexibility, tissue length, relaxes muscles and decreases joint stiffness.

• Paraffin – Used for heating distal extremities, and irregular surfaces.

• Ice – Controls inflammation, pain & edema, reduces muscle spasms.

• Ice Massage – Direct localized application of ice to the skin for 8-10 minutes to decrease pain and inflammation.

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Phone: 718-514-6120