Modalities

Modalities are different applications of the following items to reduce swelling, pain, and help the healing process.


Ultrasound

Decreases pain, increase tissue elasticity, degrades scar, increases cellular activity and increases circulation.


Electrical Stimulation

Decreases pain, increases circulation and decreases edema.


TENS Unit

Home electrical stimulation unit designed to provide pain relief only.


Traction

Applied to the cervical or lumbar spine to decompress spinal segments or discs.


Ice Packs/Ice Massage

Decreases pain and decreases inflammation.

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