The Science

ARP technology has been clinically proven to be beneficial to treat conditions including: relaxation of muscle spasms, prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy, increasing local blood circulation, improving active range of motion, muscle reeducation, maintaining or increasing range of motion, and workout recovery.

How ARPneuro Therapy Utilizes Dual Electrical Signals to Increase Blood Flow

Motus Therapeutic Methods, Dr Vincent De Bono, DC CSCS

Emerging evidence has demonstrated that electrical stimulation can increase blood flow through changes in vessel size and increasing the blood flow velocity. ARPneuro Therapy has the unique ability to effect blood flow through both mechanisms.

ARP Neuro, The R-C Circuit And Arthrogenic Muscle Inhibition

Motus Therapeutic Methods, Dr Vincent De Bono, DC CSCS

With ARP Neuro sending an impulse in a waveform that is naturally generated by neurons (think RC circuit) but at a much higher rate than can generated by the body, 500 contractions per second, appears to have the effect of reestablishing feedback from the 1a fibers as demonstrated by the increased contraction strength encountered post ARP Neuro therapy.

Intro to ARP Neuro Therapy

ARPneuro Therapy has ability to Identify and Treat the source of Muscular-Skeletal Pain

Motus Therapeutic Methods, Dr Vincent De Bono, DC CSCS

While other current approaches primarily focus on addressing symptoms, ARPneuro therapy addresses the true cause of the symptoms.

Recent peer-reviewed studies have demonstrated that the use of Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) may have a profound effect in the adaptation and restoration of motor patterns in injured individuals.

Evidence is demonstrating that adaptive and restorative effects occur when the NMES stimulus is delivered above normal motor stimulus. Evidence also points to the use of NMES therapies, which may assist in preventing muscle loss and atrophy (sarcopenia) due to inactivity.

ACL Rehabilitation Study

The Accelerated Recovery Performance (ARP) Trainer as a Method for Improving Rehabilitation Following ACL Reconstruction

John A. burns school of medicine

This study investigated the potential of ARP as an adjunct to physical therapy in order to achieve superior size and strength of the quadriceps femoris muscle group.

The study concluded that ARP rehabilitation protocol significantly improves the rehabilitation of the quadriceps femoris in the post-operative period with demonstrated potential advantage to restore strength of the quadriceps and retard disuse atrophy following ACL repair.

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