With electrotherapy, different symptoms are treated with special types of electricity.
It is aimed at positively influencing secondary symptoms of a disease or a trauma to relieve the pain
and therefore improve the insufficient blood circulation and create the ideal conditions for subsequent physiotherapeutic treatment. The therapy also focuses on stimulating muscles in paralysed body parts.
Electrotherapy intends to alleviate pain, promote blood circulation, relax muscles, improve metabolism, strengthen muscles and reduce swelling and bruises.
This therapy stimulates the metabolism. The electromagnetic oscillations used are attuned to the body’s own electromagnetic oscillations, reactivating weak cells, improving oxygen absorption, increasing blood flow, improving nutrient absorption and flushing out toxins more effectively. Mitochondrial energy production increases and the capacity of existing cells to regenerate and divide as well as the quality of new cells rises.
That is typically how illnesses heal, as is easily observed when wounds heal.
This method is used therapeutically to:
- improve bone and cartilage structure in the event of musculoskeletal diseases
- promote hormonal balance and hence improve physical and emotional well-being
- alleviate neck and muscle tension
- mitigate neuralgia and joint diseases
- ease headaches, migraines etc.
As a preventive measure to:
- increase cells’ oxygen absorption
- improve metabolism and detoxification
- recover and relieve stress
- enhance physical and mental performance
- harmonise the autonomic nervous system
- stabilise the cardiovascular system and promote blood circulation.