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Electric muscle repair .


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Jun 19, 2014
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I have been dealing with some shoulder muscle problems, PT therapist thinks I should get a home electric muscle therapy unit.
Any of you guys have one ?
Are they a waste of money or do they help ?
Dr Ho rebuilt my left bicep muscle for me after tearing it off my elbow. Couldn't lift any weight, so it simulated muscle function for me.
A chiropractor I used to go to used electric impulses on my back to teach the nerve endings to "let go". Once they are activated from an injury they don't know when to quit. That's how it was explained to me.

Good luck with your recovery.
A tens machine? I have one and use it occasionally as needed. It works.
Depending on how much lifting I do at work I use mine 3 or 4 times a week. I think mine was $80 or so. I would not be with out it
Paralyzed braceal plexus. Therapy for 6
months. No improvement. Not saying
it won't help with your ailments.
I have a TENS unit. I use it mostly for my spine. It provides me more relief than anything else this side of oxycodone.
Thanks guys, I just thought to ask here.
We are all pretty close in age range.
I've just had one treatment with one at the drs./ pt therapist.
Going back today for another. The therapist had suggested a home unit.
Thanks again for the input , links, and advice.