Electro Therapeutic Point Stimulation (ETPS)

Electro Therapeutic Point Stimulation (ETPS) uses a non-invasive tool to apply concentrated low-frequency stimulation to acupuncture points, motor/trigger points and contracted motor bands. This small unit has an enhanced point finder that makes it easy to use to treat chronic and acute soft tissue pain. This combination of modern electrotherapy technology and ancient philosophies can provide synergistic therapeutic results to those who suffer.

The therapy is based on four therapeutic concepts: Increasing circulation, stimulating “gateways” in the nervous system to the body, relaxing contracted muscles to relieve pressured nerves, and releasing endorphins, the body’s natural pain killers. Applying ETPS stimulation to a unique combination of acupoints will provide immediate pain relieve, decrease muscle tonicity and accelerate tissue repair for any form of muscular skeletal disorder, regardless of cause.

Although motor, trigger and acupuncture points have been used in therapy for many years, when they are combined in special patterns they greatly increase the therapeutic outcome of the treatment. Many acupoints often have a beneficial therapeutic effect for disorders far removed from their actual anatomical location. Some acupoints even have a special influence on special forms of body tissue (influential points), while other acupoints located on the extremities have a beneficial effect on proximal disorders (distal points).

ETPS therapy has proven successful in the treatment of back and neck pain, whiplash, TMJ, fibromyalgia, neuropathies, migraines, headaches, sports injuries, carpal tunnel, failed backs, post operative radiculopathy, plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder and shoulder pain, tennis elbow and many other neuromyofascial pain syndromes.

For more information about ETPS:

  1. Read Pain Management: A Practical Guide for Clinicians From the American Acedemy of Pain Management
  2. Visit http://www.etpseducation.com

 
           
           
     
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