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Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation »

NeuroMuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) is a form of activity-based rehabilitation that uses pulses of electrical current to evoke muscle contractions and patterned muscle activity to complete a specific task. Electrical stimulation enables muscles to work and perform activities even though the muscles may be weak or paralyzed through neurological disease or injury.

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Lower extremity and arm bike NMES provides cycling movements during neuromuscular electrical stimulation.  A new activity-based intervention with the new RT Stimulators and Sage stimulates Upper Extremity movements focusing on specific tasks and optimizing muscle strength with the guidance of a skilled activity-based technician/trainer.

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