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Neurodyn II Neuromuscular Stimulator Review

 

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Electrical stimulation (ES) with a professional neuromuscular stimulator like the Neurodyn II can be a great way to help decrease pain, re-educate muscles, prevent atrophy after a surgery, increase blood flow/circulation & increase range of motion.

The folks at Shophysio sent me their Neurodyn II by Ibramed. This unit is a great professional unit because it comes with Russian current, functional electrical stimulation (FES), and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). It has 4 independent color coded channels so you can use it on more than one patient at a time.

FES is a form of ES that helps with functional activity. The current should just be high enough to make the movement so it will help with the function of the muscle.

TENS is for pain relief for acute and chronic pain. It has conventional (normal) and burst modulation.

Russian current is used for muscle retraining and helping prevent muscle atrophy after an injury or surgery. You want to get a maximum contraction with this current.

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Sonopulse III Therapeutic Ultrasound Unit Review

Sonopulse III Therapeutic Ultrasound Unit Review

 

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Therapeutic ultrasound with a professional unit like the Sonopulse III can be a great option to use in conjunction with physical therapy for pain relief, reducing muscle spasms, increasing blood flow & increasing motion of contracted joints.

I like using therapeutic ultrasound best for injuries like tendonitis and bursitis.

The folks at Shophysio sent me their Sonopulse III ultrasound to try out. It’s a great simple option for professionals, so if it looks like something that you might benefit from, make sure to ask your healthcare professional if ultrasound might help you.

You might see therapeutic ultrasound being used in physical therapy, athletic training, or even for aesthetics.

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Neurodyn II Neuromuscluar Stimulator Review

MLILY Fusion Luxe Mattress Review

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Click here to check out MLILY's lineup of Fusion Hybrid Gel mattresses like the Fusion Luxe.

The folks at MLILY asked me to try out their Fusion Luxe Mattress. It's a hybrid mattress that includes both foam layers and pocket springs for great support and comfort.

If you're looking for a mattress that provides the support benefits of foam and the pressure relief of pocket springs, then this hybrid mattress is worth a look. Unlike some other foam mattresses (especially memory foam), the Fusion Luxe mattress sleeps cool thanks to its cooling cover and layers of specialized foam that encourages air flow.

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Pro Mag Pain Relief Cooling Gel with Magnesium Review

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Pain relieving gels can be a great way to help relieve pain topically without the need to ingest pain medication. The folks at Pro Mag asked me to try out their pain relief cooling gel that's enhanced with magnesium. 

Pro Mag is an all natural product that uses the benefits of menthol, magnesium, and other pain relieving essential oils to help provide pain relief. 

You simply apply the gel directly to the area of pain a few times throughout the day.

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