More about TECAR therapy
TECAR therapy is a form of endogenous thermotherapy (which heals your body by deeply generating heat) based on radio waves.
TECAR stands for ‘capacitive and resistive energy transfer’. TECAR therapy induces a bidirectional flow of electrolytes present in the body, thus accelerating cellular metabolic processes.
TECAR therapy increases the temperature of the tissue ‘from within’ and simultaneously increases the energy potential of the cell membranes. The heat generated by deep TECAR therapy is produced in the area of damage to the biological tissue and develops in a constant and homogeneous manner. The treatment of injuries and pain with the TECAR device is non-invasive and a pleasant instrumental therapy for the patient.
What effects are achieved with TECAR therapy?
The effects of TECAR therapy are academically among the more researched instrumental treatments and validate the success of treating various conditions:
- back pain,
- disc herniation,
- hip arthrosis,
- knee arthrosis,
- joint arthritis,
- knee arthritis,
- frozen shoulder syndrome,
- spinal stenosis,
- jumping knee,
- tennis elbow,
- joint inflammation,
- Inflammation of the joint capsule,
- ligamentous injuries of the ankle,
- anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction,
- ankle sprain,
- SLAP lesion.
- Učinkovitost TECAR terapije
Tecar therapy triggers the body’s natural self-healing mechanisms and accelerates natural regeneration and anti-inflammatory processes. In addition, Tecar therapy improves blood and lymphatic flow, resulting in a more efficient delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the target cells of the injured area.
Tecar therapy is effective, improvement usually occurs as early as the first or second therapy, and has a high applicative value for the more active athletic population.
At Medicofit, Tecar therapies are used to treat post-operative conditions, acute inflammation of joints, muscles, and ligaments, and as part of the treatment of tendiopathies as well as other chronic pain arising from degenerative diseases.