EMS

EMS

EMS stands for electrical muscle stimulation
This is a method that uses computer-controlled electrodes applied to the body to tense muscles instead of the body’s own nervous system.

This form of muscle training is long-established and thanks to advanced technology, wireless transmission and battery engineering is now a recognised fixture in orthopaedic and physical therapy.

Patient comfort has enormously improved: Application of gels and creams, the use of needles and rubber straps are no longer required and no wires get in the way.
Sporthopaedic Hamburg uses this technology for both therapy/rehabilitation in the case of illness and injury and for training and recovery sessions.

Top sportspeople across the globe use this technology, as do patients with nerve diseases like Parkinson’s, MS or ALS.
Muscles can be isolated or targeted in groups for training purposes (until your muscles beg for mercy!) without straining adjacent limbs, which after knee/shoulder operations effectively helps to counteract muscle degeneration.

EMS

 EMS stands for electrical muscle stimulation

Top sportspeople across the globe use this technology, as do patients with nerve diseases like Parkinson’s, MS or ALS.
Muscles can be isolated or targeted in groups for training purposes (until your muscles beg for mercy!) without straining adjacent limbs, which after knee/shoulder operations effectively helps to counteract muscle degeneration.