More Aggressive Therapy Can Speed Recovery

Sometimes, more aggressive therapy regimens are in order, and Miller’s is prepared to accommodate those needs. Most of our rehab centers have highly advanced technology and equipment that can assist in achieving these patient and family goals. And, of course, our rehabilitation staff receive ongoing training on recent technological advances, treatment options and other rehabilitation services.

Advanced Therapy for a Variety of Conditions

Our state-of-the-art equipment can be used effectively to address a wide range of prevalent conditions. A few examples:

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Therapeutic Diathermy Treatments

Therapeutic Diathermy Treatments use high frequency electromagnetic energy allowing the body to generate heat from inside of deep, targeted tissues, and helps to promote blood flow, relieve pain, and improve flexibility in stiff joints and connective tissue. As pain and inflammation are decreased, patients are able to move easier and participate more comfortably in rehabilitation. Diathermy therapy can be effective treatment for

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Soft Tissue injuries
  • Muscle spasms
  • Neuritis
  • Tenosynovitis

Electrical Stimulation Therapy

Electrical Stimulation Therapy is an effective tool for relieving neck and back pain which are typically difficult to treat, along with a variety of chronic pain issues. The electrical current causes muscle contractions in a single muscle or group, helping to strengthen the affected muscle. E-Stim therapy is an ideal choice for muscle retraining after surgery, injury, or stroke. Electrical stimulation therapy is used to treat:

  • Acute & chronic back and neck pain
  • Muscle spasms & tightness
  • Wound care
  • Retraining weak muscles

Ultrasound Treatments

Ultrasound Treatments are beneficial for speeding the healing process, and decreasing pain by reducing swelling and edema. Using high frequency sound waves to stimulate tissue beneath the skin’s surface, blood flow is increased in targeted areas without creating additional strain on tendons or ligaments. Ultrasound treatments may be used to treat: