Dave- TES can have long-term effects if that unit is used with the
ideal parameters. You have different kinds of TES. The most agressive
form is Burst TES.
Of course, you must set the different parameters according to your
Yves De Rop, MSc, PT
--- Dave & Tammy Canfield <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm wondering if any of you know about research on
> long-term effects of TES
> treatment. I asked my new therapist about it last
> week and she responded
> saying that she didn't know of any long-term
> advantages that research had
> I would really like to show her some research if I
> can find it and get a
> unit as a few people have told me they think this
> treatment could help if
> coupled with my regular PT.
> Dave, adult rh
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