HOW DOES ARPwave NEURO THERAPY WORK?
Injuries are caused by the body’s inability to absorb force. When individuals or athletes become tired and fatigued, their muscles shorten, limiting their ability to absorb force from physical activity. ARP technology keeps the muscles relaxed… able to absorb much more force.
ARPwave NEURO THERAPY MANAGES:
- Upper extremity injuries or pain (finger, hands, forearm, elbow, bicep, tricep, rotator cuff, and other shoulder conditions, nerve entrapments)
- Back pain or headaches
- Torso pain or injuries (thoracic spine, lumbar spine, ribs, and sternum, clavicle, abdominal muscle, and oblique muscle)
- Pelvic pain or injuries (sacroiliac joints, sacrum, coccyx, and related musculature)
- Hip pain or injury (hip flexors, gluteals, IT bands, groin musculature, joint capsules, nerve entrapments)
- Upper leg pain or injuries (hamstrings, quadriceps, ADDductors, abductors)
- Knee pain or injuries (meniscus, ligamentous, tracking deficiencies, tendons)
- Lower leg pain or injuries (calf, Achilles, shin splints, nerve entrapment)
- Ankle and foot pain or injuries (sprains, nerve entrapments, plantar fasciitis)
WHO USES THE ARPwave NEURO THERAPY SYSTEM?
We work on everyone, regardless of age or occupation. We specialize in promoting and accelerating recovery from all muscle injuries, preventing surgery, and post-surgical rehabilitation. In some cases, we can also treat muscle related spinal cord injuries.
WHO SHOULD NOT USE THE ARPwave NEURO THERAPY SYSTEM?
Treatment with the ARPwave is not recommended to those patients with: Implanted electrical devices (ex. pacemakers), pregnancy or a history of blood clots.
WHAT CONDITIONS CAN THE ARPwave NEURO THERAPY SYSTEM IMPROVE?
- Anyone with chronic pain and arthritis.
- Anyone who has been advised to have joint replacement surgery.
- Anyone who had joint replacement surgery or any surgery and still have pain.
- Anyone who has had a stroke, multiple sclerosis, a spinal cord injury or a neurological disease.
- Anyone who has been told they need spinal fusion surgery.
- Anyone with a limited range of motion.
- Anyone with an ACL-MCL-PCL-LCL-Meniscus tear.
- Anyone who has a concussion or has been told they need surgery.