Electrical stimulation has long been acknowledged as beneficial for muscle soreness (see references 1 – 6 below).
Today’s micro-current technology is known to increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage, while giving you the loose relaxed feeling as pain leaves the muscles.
8 Key Aspects of Avazzia Micro-Current Signal
- Signal triggers brain’s repair response.
- Increased perfusion at site.
- Neuropeptides released and production ramped up. Results in pain relief and speeds healing.
- Reduces Inflammation, swelling, edema – rapidly.
- Increases ATP in Mitochondria.
- Stimulates C-fibers- insures continued healing and pain reduction.
- Increases Lymphatic drainage.
- Continued use is Accumulative- pain relief last longer between uses; rate of healing maximized.
- Mattacola CG, Perrin DH, Gansneder BM, Allen JD, Mickey CA. A comparison of visual analog scale and graphic rating scales for pain intensity following delayed onset muscle soreness. J Sport Rehabil.1997;6:38 -46.
- Denegar CR, Yoho AP, Borowicz AJ, Bifulco N. The effects of low-volt microamperage stimulation on delayed onset muscle soreness. J Sport Rehabil. 1992; 1:95-102.
- Schmitz RJ, Martin DE, Perrin DH, Iranmanesh A, Rogol AD. Effect of interferential current on perceived pain and serum cortisol associated with delayed onset muscle soreness. J Sport Rehabil. 1997;6:30-37.
- Grossman JM, Arnold BA, Perfin DH, Kahler DM. Effect of ibuprofen on pain, decreased range of motion, and decreased strength associated with delayed onset muscle soreness of the elbow flexors. J Sport Rehabil. 1995;4:253-263.
- Denegar CR, Perfin DH. Effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, cold, and a combination treatment on pain, decreased range of motion, and strength loss associated with delayed onset muscle soreness. J Athl Train. 1992;27:200-206.
- Haynes SC, Perrin DH. Effect of a counterirritant on pain and restricted range of motion associated with delayed onset muscle soreness. J Sport Rehabil. 1992; 1: 13-18.