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Ultrasound – ultrasound therapy

Human ear can hear frequencies of the sounds between 20 Hz and 20 kHz. Oscillations below 20 Hz are called infrasounds, and...

TENS -Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation

TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) is one of the most commonly used forms of electroanalgesia, which leads to stimulation of an A nerve...

Lymph drainage device

What is lymph? Lymph is a colourless fluid composed of white blood cells and plasma. It is a product...

Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy represents using electric current for therapeutical purposes. Its medical application was discovered via many positive effects on muscular and neural structures....

Shockwave therapy

Shockwave therapy is a new technique used for many chronic and acute processes in the body and is very efficient for treating...

PNF – Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation

PNF, Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation is a healing philosophy based on the assumption that every man, even those with problems, have unused psychophysical possibilities.

Vacustyler therapy

Vacustyler uses technology from astronautics, where the astronaut's legs need to absorb enough blood in the zero gravity conditions. It's called LBNPD...
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Kinetec for knee rehabilitation

Kinetec is a modern device for passive joint exercises, used when the knee joint has a limited movement span, most often as...

Hand exercises

Hand exercises 1 Place your forearms on the table, hands extended and palms facing down (a). Lift your hands from the table and place them...

Exercises for back pain

Exercises for back pain are extremely important if you suffer from  some spine problem. Spine injuries are...

Baker cyst – bursa, recesus or a true cyst?

What is Baker cyst A popliteal or Baker cyst is not technically a true cyst, but more of a...

Proximal

Proximal means closer to the reference point. For example, the knee is more proximal than the foot – it is closer to the trunk –...