Targeted Muscle Therapy

Deep oscillation therapy is a one-of-a-kind rehabilitation therapy that is FDA-approved for muscular relaxation, improved circulation, and pain reduction, all of which are crucial in recovering function and maintaining muscle mobility.

Relaxation of the muscles

Deep oscillation therapy causes a moderate vibration in the soft tissues, relaxing the underlying muscles and making the soft tissues more pliable, enabling manipulations to increase the range of motion.

Mobilization has increased

The oscillations’ massage impact penetrates up to 8 cm into the patient’s tissues, opening pathways and increasing blood, nutrient, and lymph flow throughout the body, assisting in the natural repair of injured tissues.

Analgesic

The ensuing discomfort is reduced and mobility is enhanced after the flow of blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the muscles damaged by adhesions produced by injury or microtrauma are restored.

Do you suffer from chronic or acute muscular or joint problems that prevent you from participating in the activities you enjoy? Many others do as well… When you’re in pain on a regular basis, it might make it difficult to live your life the way you want. While you might take medication to relieve pain, the drawbacks often outweigh the benefits. That’s when pain-relieving targeted muscle therapy comes into help. While our Quantum Biofeedback devices (ED-X and NUCLEUS) are not pain-relieving miracle workers, they may make you feel that way, and users have stated that they have helped them experience less pain. 

Targeted Muscle Therapy

What is the mechanism behind it?

Biofeedback targeted muscle therapy is an amazing type of therapy that focuses on putting vibrations and pulses into your muscles, which then sends a signal through your body that mimics massage or acupuncture. This is quite successful in helping people block out the pain sensations caused by accidents or diseases like arthritis. As a result, physical therapists all over the world use focused muscle therapy to assist their clients to recuperate after an accident. Athletes who want to recuperate quickly after an exercise can benefit from biofeedback targeted muscle therapy.

 

TENS and EMS units are used for different things. They do, however, work on the same basis. Both of these entail the application of an electrical current to certain body parts.

TENS is being discussed, but what exactly is TENS?

TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) is a pain-relieving therapy that is noninvasive. It needs the use of a TENS unit, a small handheld or tabletop device with thin wires connecting it to adhesive pads.

The electrodes, or adhesive pads, are put directly on your skin. The electrodes transfer low-voltage electrical signals to your body when the gadget is turned on.

These signals’ frequency and strength can be changed as needed. Pain control is disrupted by these signals.


So, what exactly is EMS?

Electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) is a technology used in physical therapy and fitness. It works similarly to TENS in that it uses a machine to send electrical impulses to your skin via electrodes.

The electrodes from EMS equipment, unlike TENS, are administered to critical muscle groups. The quadriceps is a popular muscle group treated with EMS after knee surgery.

The electrical signals cause the muscles to contract (tighten) repeatedly. Short and frequent contractions or long and sustained contractions are possible.

The voluntary muscular contractions linked with strength training are similar to this process.

Neuromuscular re-education, also known as “jumpstarting” muscle contractions, is achieved with EMS devices.

Fitness centers, as well as physical therapy and rehabilitation clinics, may have them. A large number of EMS devices are also designed and supplied for use at home.

An EMS device’s electrical impulse is more powerful than a TENS machine. An EMS device should not be used to alleviate pain since it can harm wounds and incisions.

While both machines are generally considered to be safe, they do have the potential to create negative effects. When the electrodes are applied to the skin, for example, those with sensitive skin may experience irritation.

Furthermore, for some people, the current may be too strong, generating shocks or burning feelings. Because EMS units deliver a greater current, these adverse effects are more likely.

Before utilizing TENS or EMS equipment, speak with your healthcare physician if you have a heart condition. These gadgets may also cause problems with:

Defibrillators and pacemakers are related devices.

Electrical currents are used in TENS and EMS machines. TENS devices are used to relieve pain, whilst EMS devices are used to stimulate and strengthen muscles.

It’s unknown how effective these gadgets are right now, and further large-scale study is needed to validate their effectiveness. They are, however, safe to use for the majority of people.

Consult a healthcare physician before utilizing a TENS or EMS machine to ensure that these devices are appropriate for you and your needs.

The proprietary therapy methods Quantum Medical Ed-X and NUCLEUS are two of a kind.

Because of its unique structure, you can use electrostatic attraction and friction to create medically useful oscillations in therapeutic tissues. These pleasant oscillations, unlike other approaches, have mild effects but act deeply on a variety of tissues (cutaneous, connective, subcutaneous fat, muscles, blood vessels, and lymphatic vessels).