If you need a more accessible version of this website, click this button on the right. Switch to Accessible Site

WARNING

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Close [x]

Connect With Us

Facebook icon Twitter icon Yelp icon 
480-892-1122             

RSS Feed

Posted on 11-15-2016

Exploring High Volt Galvanic Therapy for Pain Relief and Wound Healing

Advanced Spine provides amazing, professional therapies to provide you with the best health treatments in the greater Phoenix and Mesa Arizona areas.

At Advanced Spine & Rehab, we are pleased to be able to bring a large variety of medical and healthcare services to our clients. In addition to offering traditional medical services, we also offer a number of different physiotherapy services. Among these is High Volt Galvanic Therapy.

Used in therapy for many years, High Volt Galvanic Therapy is typically used for pain relief and to stimulate wound healing. To accomplish this goal, a unidirectional direct current with low amperage is used to stimulate the area. The galvanic stimulation combines a very short pulse duration of constant intensity with high peak voltage while still maintaining a low total current per second. In this way, the current helps to stimulate blood flow and deep tissues while avoiding tissue damage. It also effectively excites nerve fibers. As such, the procedure is frequently used for injuries that are associated with swelling or bleeding.

Contact Advanced Spine Today for High Volt Galvanic Therapy »

Due to the nature of High Volt Galvanic Therapy, it has become a popular choice for treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Diabetic foot. By combining a very short duration with a therapeutic voltage greater than 100 volts, the treatment can effectively excite sensory, motor and pain-conducting nerve fibers in a relatively comfortable manner.  

If you are interested in learning more about High Volt Galvanic Therapy or other types of physiotherapy, contact Advanced Spine & Rehab. Dr. Crismon and Dr. Graham will both be happy to provide you with more information about this form of therapy as you work together to determine if it is a good option for you.

There are no comments for this post. Please use the form below to post a comment.

To leave a comment, please login as a member