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*  Electrical muscle stimulation
This is distinct from transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), in which an electric current is used for pain therapy ... Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), also known as neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) or electromyostimulation, is the ... Ward, AR; Shkuratova, N (2002). "Russian electrical stimulation: The early experiments". Physical therapy. 82 (10): 1019-30. ... Electrical muscle stimulation can be used as a training, therapeutic, or cosmetic tool. In medicine, EMS is used for ...
*  Cortical stimulation mapping
... small characters through cortical stimulation. Electrical stimulation in the occipital lobe has also been known to produce ... This is true relating to studies of Parkinson's patients who were given long-term TMS therapy. Although it initially appeared ... Electrical stimulation in the occipital lobe has been found to cause visual illusions called phosphenes such as light, colors, ... Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)". ...
*  Scrambler therapy
Bio-electric stimulation therapy Electrical muscle stimulation Katholi BR, Daghstani SS, Banez GA, Brady KK (2014). " ... Scrambler therapy involves the use of electronic stimulation on the skin with the goal of overwhelming pain information with ... In a therapy session, "electrocardiographic-like pads are placed around the area of pain". There is not much research on the ... Serafini, G., Marineo, G. and Sabato, A.F. (2000). "Scrambler therapy": a new option in neuropathic pain treatment?". The Pain ...
*  Sacral nerve stimulation
... , also termed sacral neuromodulation, is a type of medical electrical stimulation therapy. It typically ... Urinary incontinence Fecal incontinence Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) Electrical muscle stimulation 4. ... By penetrating the skin, sacral nerve stimulation aims to give a direct and localized electric current to specific nerves in ... transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) was patented and first used in 1974 for pain relief. TENS is non-invasive; it ...
*  Cardiac contractility modulation
Adverse interactions between Cardiac contractility modulation therapy and other electrical stimulation therapies have not been ... In Cardiac contractility modulation therapy, electrical stimulation is applied to the cardiac muscle during the absolute ... Pulse generators combining Cardiac contractility modulation therapy with the functionality of other electrical stimulation ... These side effects are similar to those that occur with other electrical stimulation therapies, such as pacemakers, CRT devices ...
*  Neuroplasticity
... and electrical-stimulation therapy. Jon Kaas, a professor at Vanderbilt University, has been able to show "how somatosensory ... functional electrical stimulation, treadmill training with body-weight support, and virtual reality therapy. Robot assisted ... binocular therapy and noninvasive brain stimulation". Journal of AAPOS. 17 (1). pp. 89-93. doi:10.1016/j.jaapos.2012.10.018. ... explains improvements in functional outcomes with physical therapy post-stroke. Rehabilitation techniques that are supported by ...
*  Leydig cell
Lateral electrical surface stimulation therapy has been found to destroy Leydig cells. Leydig cells are named after the German ...
*  Shannon Criteria
Testerman, Roy L; Rise, Mark T; Stypulkowski, Paul H (Sep-Oct 2006). "Electrical stimulation as therapy for neurological ... As a result of these restricted methods, Shannon states "A more comprehensive model of safe levels for electrical stimulation ... The Shannon criteria relate two parameters for pulsed electrical stimulation: charge density per phase, D (μCoulombs/(phase•cm² ... Shannon, R.V. (April 1992). "A model of safe levels for electrical stimulation". IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. ...
*  Neural dust
Electrical stimulation therapy in patients with epilepsy has been a well established procedure for some time, being traced back ... Stimulation of the phrenic nerve has also been shown to be effective in reducing central sleep apnea Electrical stimulation ... or closed loop stimulation), which provides seizure-halting electrical stimulation based on brain patterns that indicate a ... brain electrical stimulation for seizure blockage, to ultra-short-term clinical trials, and to multidimensional statistical ...
*  Electrotherapy (cosmetic)
Bio-electric stimulation therapy (BEST) Electrotherapy - the use of electricity as a medical treatment Electrical muscle ... stimulation (neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES)) Erotic electrostimulation Microcurrent electrical neuromuscular ... Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) - the use of electric current to stimulate the nerves for therapeutic ... Galvanic treatment Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) (also known as Faradic treatment) Micro-current electrical ...
*  Functional electrical stimulation
... hence the name functional electrical stimulation therapy, FES therapy (FET or FEST). In other words, the FEST is used as a ... History of Functional Electrical Stimulation, 1998 Back From the Dead, Wired Magazine Functional electrical stimulation (FES) ... An electrical stimulation can artificially elicit this action potential by changing the electric potential across a nerve cell ... Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a technique that uses low energy electrical pulses to artificially generate body ...
*  John R. Hetling
... with accomplishments in retinal prosthesis and electrical stimulation therapy for retinal disease, leading to invited book ... 2005). A preparation for studying electrical stimulation of the retina in vivo in rat. Journal of Neural Engineering 2(1):S29- ... Identification of the cellular targets of subretinal electrical stimulation. Lékař a Technika (invited paper, Czech Republic) ... 2001). Visual evoked potentials to infrared stimulation in normal cats and rats. Documenta Ophthalmologica 103:155-162. Silva ...
*  Tear of meniscus
Physical therapists can utilize modalities such as electric stimulation, cold therapy and ultrasonography, etc. Recently, ... If physical therapy does not resolve the symptoms, or in cases of a locked knee, then surgical intervention may be required. ... If the tear is not serious, physical therapy, compression, elevation and icing the knee can heal the meniscus. More serious ... For patients with non-surgical treatment, physical therapy program is designed to reduce symptoms of pain and swelling at the ...
*  Peripheral neuropathy
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation therapy may be effective and safe in the treatment of diabetic peripheral ... "Effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on symptomatic diabetic peripheral neuropathy: a meta-analysis of ... Scrambler therapy Sugimoto K, Yasujima M, Yagihashi S (2008). "Role of advanced glycation end products in diabetic neuropathy ... radiation therapy, excessive alcohol consumption, immune system disease, Coeliac disease, or viral infection. It can also be ...
*  OPS-301
Frührehabilitative and physical therapy 8-63...8-66: electrical stimulation, electrical therapy and duration of treatment by ... therapies, surgery) and diagnoses German search for OPS therapy and ICD diagnoses Powerful search engine for ICD-10 and OPS ... therapy with special cells and blood components 8-90...8-91: anesthesia and pain management 8-92...8-93: patient monitoring 8- ... Phoniatrics and pedaudiological therapy 9-40...9-41: psychosocial, psychological, neuropsychological and psychotherapeutic ...
*  Electro stimulation
Bio-electric stimulation therapy Bioelectromagnetics Cranial electrotherapy stimulation Transcranial magnetic stimulation ... Electro-stimulation is stimulation using electricity. It can be used in the context of: Animal husbandry as part of the ... Electrical muscle stimulation Erotic electrostimulation, sometimes a form of BDSM. ...
*  National Institute of Rehabilitation Training and Research
Electrotherapy - Electrical stimulation, Interferential therapy, TENS etc. Actinotherapy - Ultraviolet, Infrared Radiation, ... Therapy Behavioral therapy Hand therapy ADL Training Advice on Barrier-free Environment Sensory integration therapy Aquatic ... Heat therapy - Paraffin wax bath, moist heat, Ultrasound, Short Wave Diathermy,Microwave Diathermy etc. Exercise therapy Manual ... year Master's degree in Occupational therapy (Neurology, Hand Therapy, Developmental disabilities & Rehabilitation) , ...
*  Golding Bird
Treatments included peripheral nerve stimulation, electrical muscle stimulation and electric shock therapy. Bird also used his ... The third class of treatment was electric shock therapy, in which an electric shock was delivered from a galvanic battery ( ... Electric stimulation treatment was used to treat nervous disorders where the nervous system was unable to stimulate a required ... Simpson, Brian A., Electrical Stimulation and the Relief of Pain, Elsevier Health Sciences, 2003 ISBN 0-444-51258-6. Smellie, ...
*  Electroacupuncture
... medicine Microcurrent electrical neuromuscular stimulator Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation Electroconvulsive therapy ... "Acupuncture-point stimulation for chemotherapy-induced nausea or vomiting". Cochrane Database Syst Rev (2): CD002285. doi: ... The needles are then attached to a device that generates continuous electric pulses using small clips. These devices are used ... Electroacupuncture is a form of acupuncture where a small electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles. ...
*  Richard Crevenna
... a proactive supportive therapy or both?" Regarding our publication "Neuromuscular electrical stimulation for a patient with ... Zorn, C., Szekeres, T., Keilani, M., Fialka-Moser, V., Crevenna, R. Effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation of the knee ... 597-603 Crevenna, R., Marosi, C., Schmidinger, M., Fialka-Moser, V. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation for a patient with ... From neuromuscular electrical stimulation and biofeedback-assisted exercise up to triathlon competitions-regular physical ...
*  Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Cortical stimulation mapping Cranial electrotherapy stimulation Electrical brain stimulation Electroconvulsive therapy Low ... 1) Aetna (2013-10-11). "Clinical Policy Bulletin: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Cranial Electrical Stimulation". Number ... Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a method in which a changing magnetic field is used to cause electric current to ... Nizard J, Lefaucher JP, Helbert M, de Chauvigny E, Nguyen JP (2012). "Non-invasive stimulation therapies for the treatment of ...
*  Electroanalgesia
Transcutaneous acupoint electrical stimulation, or TAES, is a variant of TENS therapy that involves applying cutaneous ... The electrical stimulation used in HWT differs from other forms of electrical stimulation such as TENS in terms of its waveform ... Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, or TENS, involves the transmission of electrical energy from an external ... H-wave therapy (HWT) is a form of electrical stimulation that produces a direct, localized effect on the conduction of ...
*  Foix-Chavany-Marie syndrome
... ones ability to speak and swallow can be treated using neuromuscular electrical stimulation and traditional dysphagia therapy. ... Physical therapy is also used to manage symptoms and improve quality of life. Classical FCMS resulting in the decline of ... Speech therapy further targeting dysphagia can strengthen oral musculature using modified feeding techniques and postures. ...
*  Sensory stimulation therapy
Alongside the manual stimulation, electric stimulation (2 to 5 Hz) was also given to four of the ten needles. The treatment ... Sensory stimulation therapy (SST) is an experimental therapy that aims to utilize neural plasticity mechanisms to aid in the ... With psychosocial therapies such as massage, aromatherapy, multi-sensory stimulation, music therapy, and reality orientation, ... for example The Taub Therapy Clinic uses a constraint induced therapy. This therapy focuses on stroke patients with limited ...
*  Phantom pain
Often physical methods such as light massage, electrical stimulation, and hot and cold therapy have been used with variable ... Mirror box therapy allows for illusions of movement and touch in a phantom limb by inducing somatosensory and motor pathway ... Physical stimulation of neuromas can increase C fiber activity, thus increasing phantom pain, but pain still persists once the ... Deep brain stimulation is a surgical technique used to alleviate patients from phantom limb pain. Prior to surgery, patients ...
*  Childbirth
Preventive group therapy has proven effective as a prophylactic treatment for postpartum depression. Play media Humans are ... Electrical propagation is the primary mechanism used for signaling up to several centimeters. Over longer distances, however, ... or nipple stimulation. Ripening of the cervix can be accomplished with the placement of a Foley catheter or the use of ... 2001). "Postpartum depression in women receiving public assistance: Pilot study of an interpersonal-therapy-oriented group ...
*  Neurostimulation
SCS therapy consists of the electrical stimulation of the spinal cord to 'mask' pain. The gate theory proposed in 1965 by ... Compared to electrical stimulation that utilizes brief, high-voltage electric shock to activate neurons, which can potentially ... Alternatively, transcranial magnetic stimulation and transcranial electric stimulation have been proposed as non-invasive ... In the case of neural stimulation, mostly an electrical stimulation is utilized and charge-balanced biphasic constant current ...