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Physiotherapy is divided into two categories

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Apr 02,2019

Physiotherapy is divided into two categories
(1) Artificial physical factor therapy includes:
Electrotherapy, magnetic therapy, phototherapy, ultrasound therapy, conduction heat therapy.
(2) Therapy of natural matter factors
Yoga therapy.

Below we will share with you the definition and role of these several therapies.


1. Definition of electrotherapy
It is medically referred to as an alternating current having a frequency exceeding 100,000 Hz as a high frequency current.
High-frequency electrotherapy commonly used in clinical practice includes short-wave therapy, ultrashort wave therapy, and microwave therapy.
Function characteristics:
1. No excitatory effects on nerves and muscles.
2. Produces thermal and non-thermal effects.
3. The electrodes can leave the skin during treatment.


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2. Definition of magnetic therapy
A method of treating a disease by applying a magnetic field to a certain part of a human body or acupuncture points.
effect

Magnetic method for treating headache, cough, stomach cramps, diarrhea, infantile diarrhea, enuresis, abdominal pain, cholecystitis, dysmenorrhea, rheumatism, contusion, traumatic sequelae and other diseases.

Spinning magnetic therapy for hematoma, skin ulcers, frostbite, pediatric acute and chronic enteritis and other diseases.

Magnetic-electrical method for the treatment of low back pain, abdominal pain, joint pain, sciatica, traumatic sequelae and bronchitis, pneumonia, neuritis, neurodermatitis and so on.


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