Paralysis and Nerve Stimulation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010 Under: HEALTH
Those who have lost the use of their limbs and sense of feel resulting from injury or accident have suffered from a form of paralysis. It is theraputically possible to reverse such symptoms by stimulating the muscles and nerves immediately after an accident in order to preserve the natural ability and function within the nerves and limbs themselves.  This type of treatment should not wait as it is just as important as a life saving operation itself.  Once stimulation therapy begins the less impaired a person becomes, physically.

Electrical muscle stimulation machines should be used on individuals during a hospital stay after a serious accident.  When used on a persons arms, legs, back, ect. damage to the nerves will begin to heal because of immediate therapy provided. 

The faster the therapy or the effort to attempt and maintain normal sensation in the limbs and back prior to rehabilitation,  will reduce the time of rehabilitation during therapy because the nerves have had prior treatment and will have begin to heal properly. Once this has occured the and the patient's nerves have begun to function normally, the rehabilitation facility can  then begin to concentrate on therapy and focus on gait and mobility of the patient with EMS therapy.

It should also be of consideration that while a patient is in a cast or traction, openings can be made to allow for the use of EMS machines and electrode stimulation in attempts for the patient to regain feeling in the affected body areas that are numb or without sensation.  An EMS machine is to nerves as a defibrilator is to the heart.

In : HEALTH 



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Paralysis and Nerve Stimulation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010 Under: HEALTH
Those who have lost the use of their limbs and sense of feel resulting from injury or accident have suffered from a form of paralysis. It is theraputically possible to reverse such symptoms by stimulating the muscles and nerves immediately after an accident in order to preserve the natural ability and function within the nerves and limbs themselves.  This type of treatment should not wait as it is just as important as a life saving operation itself.  Once stimulation therapy begins the less impaired a person becomes, physically.

Electrical muscle stimulation machines should be used on individuals during a hospital stay after a serious accident.  When used on a persons arms, legs, back, ect. damage to the nerves will begin to heal because of immediate therapy provided. 

The faster the therapy or the effort to attempt and maintain normal sensation in the limbs and back prior to rehabilitation,  will reduce the time of rehabilitation during therapy because the nerves have had prior treatment and will have begin to heal properly. Once this has occured the and the patient's nerves have begun to function normally, the rehabilitation facility can  then begin to concentrate on therapy and focus on gait and mobility of the patient with EMS therapy.

It should also be of consideration that while a patient is in a cast or traction, openings can be made to allow for the use of EMS machines and electrode stimulation in attempts for the patient to regain feeling in the affected body areas that are numb or without sensation.  An EMS machine is to nerves as a defibrilator is to the heart.

In : HEALTH 



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Paralysis and Nerve Stimulation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010 Under: HEALTH
Those who have lost the use of their limbs and sense of feel resulting from injury or accident have suffered from a form of paralysis. It is theraputically possible to reverse such symptoms by stimulating the muscles and nerves immediately after an accident in order to preserve the natural ability and function within the nerves and limbs themselves.  This type of treatment should not wait as it is just as important as a life saving operation itself.  Once stimulation therapy begins the less impaired a person becomes, physically.

Electrical muscle stimulation machines should be used on individuals during a hospital stay after a serious accident.  When used on a persons arms, legs, back, ect. damage to the nerves will begin to heal because of immediate therapy provided. 

The faster the therapy or the effort to attempt and maintain normal sensation in the limbs and back prior to rehabilitation,  will reduce the time of rehabilitation during therapy because the nerves have had prior treatment and will have begin to heal properly. Once this has occured the and the patient's nerves have begun to function normally, the rehabilitation facility can  then begin to concentrate on therapy and focus on gait and mobility of the patient with EMS therapy.

It should also be of consideration that while a patient is in a cast or traction, openings can be made to allow for the use of EMS machines and electrode stimulation in attempts for the patient to regain feeling in the affected body areas that are numb or without sensation.  An EMS machine is to nerves as a defibrilator is to the heart.

In : HEALTH 



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Paralysis and Nerve Stimulation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010 Under: HEALTH
Those who have lost the use of their limbs and sense of feel resulting from injury or accident have suffered from a form of paralysis. It is theraputically possible to reverse such symptoms by stimulating the muscles and nerves immediately after an accident in order to preserve the natural ability and function within the nerves and limbs themselves.  This type of treatment should not wait as it is just as important as a life saving operation itself.  Once stimulation therapy begins the less impaired a person becomes, physically.

Electrical muscle stimulation machines should be used on individuals during a hospital stay after a serious accident.  When used on a persons arms, legs, back, ect. damage to the nerves will begin to heal because of immediate therapy provided. 

The faster the therapy or the effort to attempt and maintain normal sensation in the limbs and back prior to rehabilitation,  will reduce the time of rehabilitation during therapy because the nerves have had prior treatment and will have begin to heal properly. Once this has occured the and the patient's nerves have begun to function normally, the rehabilitation facility can  then begin to concentrate on therapy and focus on gait and mobility of the patient with EMS therapy.

It should also be of consideration that while a patient is in a cast or traction, openings can be made to allow for the use of EMS machines and electrode stimulation in attempts for the patient to regain feeling in the affected body areas that are numb or without sensation.  An EMS machine is to nerves as a defibrilator is to the heart.

In : HEALTH 



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Paralysis and Nerve Stimulation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010 Under: HEALTH
Those who have lost the use of their limbs and sense of feel resulting from injury or accident have suffered from a form of paralysis. It is theraputically possible to reverse such symptoms by stimulating the muscles and nerves immediately after an accident in order to preserve the natural ability and function within the nerves and limbs themselves.  This type of treatment should not wait as it is just as important as a life saving operation itself.  Once stimulation therapy begins the less impaired a person becomes, physically.

Electrical muscle stimulation machines should be used on individuals during a hospital stay after a serious accident.  When used on a persons arms, legs, back, ect. damage to the nerves will begin to heal because of immediate therapy provided. 

The faster the therapy or the effort to attempt and maintain normal sensation in the limbs and back prior to rehabilitation,  will reduce the time of rehabilitation during therapy because the nerves have had prior treatment and will have begin to heal properly. Once this has occured the and the patient's nerves have begun to function normally, the rehabilitation facility can  then begin to concentrate on therapy and focus on gait and mobility of the patient with EMS therapy.

It should also be of consideration that while a patient is in a cast or traction, openings can be made to allow for the use of EMS machines and electrode stimulation in attempts for the patient to regain feeling in the affected body areas that are numb or without sensation.  An EMS machine is to nerves as a defibrilator is to the heart.

In : HEALTH 



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