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- THERAPY -


The ARP THERAPY is FDA authorized for the following uses: Muscle Reeducation: Eliminating compensation patterns Relaxation of muscle spasms: Reducing pain in the affected muscles Increased local blood circulation: Shown to speed up healing Prevention and retardation of disuse atrophy: Quickly builds muscle strength Maintaining and increasing range of motion: Designed to increase your muscles ability to absorb force and prevent muscle related injury.

The ARP THERAPY possesses specification characteristics that are not found in any conventional therapeutic neuromuscular electrical stimulator (interferential, microcurrent, galvanic, Russian stim, iontophoresis).

The ARP THERAPY uses direct current (DC) compounded with a high frequency double exponential, patented background waveform.

Also, the unique waveform produces minimal inhibitory protective muscle contractions allowing active range of motion during therapy and training. This permits eccentric (lengthening) contractions to occur which are critical to treatment.

The ARP THERAPY is a Class II medical device that is FDA authorized for the following uses:

  • Muscle Re-education

  • Relaxation of muscle spasms

  • Increased local blood circulation

  • Prevention and retardation of disuse atrophy

  • Maintaining and increasing range of motion

Ideal for athletes and non-athletes alike, the RX device is an alternative treatment method for those considering surgery or in recovery post-surgery.

The ARP THERAPY has been effective in alleviating the pain and discomfort associated with the following conditions:

  • Anyone in chronic pain.

  • Anyone with arthritis.

  • Anyone who has been told they are bone-on-bone and needs joint replacement surgery.

  • Anyone who has had joint replacement surgery and is still not back to activity without pain.

  • Anyone who has had ANY orthopedic surgery and is still not back to activity without pain.

  • Anyone who has had a stroke.

  • Anyone who has MS (Multiple Sclerosis).

  • Anyone who has had a spinal cord injury.

  • Anyone who has a neurological disease.

  • Anyone who has been told they need spinal fusion surgery.

  • Anyone who has a limited range of motion.

  • Anyone who has an ACL-MCL-PCL-LCL-Meniscus tear.

  • Anyone who has a concussion.

  • Anyone who has had a spinal cord injury.

  • Anyone who has had a neurological disease.

  • Anyone who has been told they need orthopedic surgery.

Post - Surgery Rehabilitation:

ARP protocols can also be specifically used with the ARP to accelerate muscle rehabilitation of the following:

  • Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hip, Knee, Ankle, Foot, Cervical and Lumbar spine

Treatment with the ARP is contraindicated in those patients with:

  • Implanted electrical devices (ex. pacemakers)

  •  Pregnancy

  • History of blood clots