NMES For ACL Rehabilitation
As the video (https://youtu.be/pJ7vuEhgavg) explains, the Wireless Pro (NMES) is a great device to assist with improving patient outcomes in early stage ACL Rehab. In summary, Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) used during STSTS (sit-to-stand-to-sit exercise) showed higher muscle strength of the knee extensors, which was accompanied by lower perception of pain, and higher symmetry in lower extremity loading compared to STSTS-only and control participants after both 60 and 180 days from surgery.

Electrical Muscle Stim combined with exercise improves strength, reduces muscle wastage and assists with muscle re-education.

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Why use Compex Technology in your clinic for ACL rehab?
The Chattanooga Wireless Pro, powered by Compex Technology,  is designed for both new and advanced users of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation. It comes inbuilt with specific ACL rehab programs (only available on 4-CH Full) as well as more general protocols for other common conditions.

Treat multiple patients at the same time
Wireless technology allows you to combine NMES with functional exercise

The Muscle Intelligence Technology offers automatic and personalized stimulation, adapted to your patient’s muscle.

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