Empowering therapy outcome and pain relief
FPS can accelerate and enhance joint mobility recovery and reduce the duration of treatment while improving patient comfort.
- Using piloted and controlled frequencies, FPS is perceived as a pleasant and comfortable treatment
- It is coupled with powerful and long-lasting analgesic effects promoting the therapeutic action
- The addition of FPS to passive mobilisation considerably enhances the sensation of a smooth movement and facilitates the associated antagonistic motor activation (motor response), making the treatment more effective
Speed up the rehabilitation process
The pathological or surgical reduction in joint mobility partially or totally disrupts the Central Nervous System from proprioceptive movement information and deeply reduces at the cortical level both the representation of movement and the central structures responsible for its voluntary control.
The early activation of these proprioceptive afferentations induced by FPS aims to maximise the activity of sensorimotor loops, strengthen proprioception, and recover smooth and pain-free movement.