ARPwave RX100 for Foot Pain

With any injury, there is a shift from a positive electrical charge to a negative electrical charge within the damaged cells. This shift is helpful at first by attracting white blood cells that fight off infection. However, if the negative electrical charge continues, scar tissue will form in muscle tissue. 

Scar tissue compromises a muscle’s functionality and strength, while reducing its ability to absorb shock (a neurological function). In this scenario, force normally absorbed by muscles gets re-directed to damaged tissue, causing pain and inflammation. Scar tissue can also affect the muscle’s ability to support joints, leading to joint injury. Disruptions in neurological communication and circulation also prevents tissue cells from regenerating and healing.

What is ARPwave Neuro-Therapy?

ARPwave Neuro-Therapy works with the nervous system to create changes in the body. Direct, low voltage electrical currents  are passed through the skin to the damaged area. This positive cellular effect breaks down scar tissue, stimulates circulation, and accelerates healing.

What Conditions Can ARPwave Neuro-Therapy Treat?

ARPwave Neuro-Therapy can be used to eliminate chronic pain and inflammation, improve surgical outcomes, decrease recovery times, and increase range of motion. It is suitable for treating:

  • Sprains & strains
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Ligament tears
  • Pinched nerves
  • Achilles issues
  • Tendonitis
  • Arthritic pain
  • Sports injuries

What happens during ARP wave therapy sessions?

Your podiatrist will pinpoint the origin of your injury and determine which specific movements cause you pain. Using the ARP wave device, your muscles will be contracted and electric stimulations will be sent to the damaged area to break down scar tissue, increase blood flow, and draw force away from the injury site.

ARP wave therapy speeds up the healing and recovery process while eliminating pain and swelling and increasing range of motion.

Please call our office at (937) 228-3668 or request an appointment to learn more and see if this treatment is right for you.

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