Electrotherapy Devices for Equine Veterinary Use

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Electrotherapy technology, available since the 1960s, is useful to manage pain, improve range of motion, decrease edema (fluid swelling), improve motor control and strength, reverse muscle wasting, deliver blood flow, and serve as a vehicle for iontophoresis (the use of electrostimulation to drive a drug through intact skin). A veterinary electrical stimulation modality must be correctly designed

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