Benefits of Russian Electrical Stimulation


Russian electrical stimulation, often referred to as Russian stim or Russian current, is a form of electrical muscle stimulation used in physical therapy.
️This treatment involves a specific type of electrical waveform used to stimulate the nerves and facilitate a muscle contraction.
The electrodes are placed in very specific locations on the muscle belly where the nerve running through is at its strongest point, which will then stimulate muscle contractions for patients who may have difficulty engaging these muscles on their own.
️Russian stim aims to improve muscle strength, increase circulation, and aid in rehabilitation.

At Florida Therapy & Vestibular Rehab, we can utilize this technology to speed up the recovery process.

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