Wireless Therapy


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Athletes can use wireless pro for an edge over regular muscle stimulators for an improved muscle functioning. Wireless pro is completely wireless and hence can be used for anyone who is either rehabilitating or improving performance. Being wireless this device is used for specific muscle activation during functional training, for example while doing squats, lunges, cycling or running on treadmill. Being able to activate or stimulate specific muscles along with active exercise is the main benefit of this device.

Muscle intelligencia (Mi)-Technology has wide variety of over 70 programs specific to pain relief , muscle strengthening, increasing muscle endurance or for neurological rehabilitation. Activation of small muscles or end range movement can be easily achieved through this device.

Its ability to stimulate selectively fast twitch and slow twitch muscles fibres makes this a useful adjunct to strength or endurance training.


How does this work?
Electrode pads are strategically placed directly on the skin above the target muscles. These electrodes are in turn connected to the device. Once the program is started, impulses are sent to the muscles which mimic impulses coming from brain and the muscles contract. This process is similar to the natural process of the brain- muscle functioning.

By artificially creating an environment for optimum working of muscles while performing exercises, natural responses of the muscle towards exercise can be enhanced.

Who can benefit?

  • Treatment of patellofemoral syndrome
  • Lateral tracking
  • Post-traumatic condition
  • Ligamentoplasty
  • Rehabilitation of the gluteal muscles following total hip replacement
  • Rehabilitation of the shoulder
  • Rotator cuff tendinopathy
  • Shoulder instabilities
  • Adhesive capsulitis
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (or Complex regional pain syndrome)
  • Treatment of lumbosciatic pain
  • Hemiplegia – Spasticity
  • Dorsiflexion of the hemiplegic foot
  • Spasticity
  • The hemiplegic hand
  • The hemiplegic shoulder
  • Treatment of venous insufficiency
  • Treatment of arterial insufficiency
  • Disuse atrophy rehabilitation (standard protocol)
  • Rehabilitation of the peroneus muscles following an ankle sprain
  • Rehabilitation of low back muscles