Cryotherapy is a treatment method used for relieving muscle spasms and soft tissue pain.
By applying a cold compress, the skin’s temperature reduces and the blood vessels constrict. As a result, the patient experiences pain relief through its numbing and cooling sensations.
Cryotherapy’s objective is to reduce swelling and prevent painful areas from further injury. Cryotherapy is a convenient method of therapy, favored for its reasonable price point.
Electrical Muscle Stimulation helps alleviate muscle cramping, spasms and soft tissue injuries. The problem area receives tiny electrical currents that relax tense muscle. By triggering a flood of endorphins (the body’s natural pain reliever), patients experience relief.
Interferential Electro-therapy is a mild form of treatment using electrical currents for relief. This method’s primary use is addressing muscle spasms, sprains, and problematic soft tissue.
The treatment’s low simulated frequencies jumpstart the body’s natural healing process through endorphins, the body’s feel-good hormone. Patients that receive this method of treatment for pain relief say they experience minimal to no discomfort during the procedure.