The effects of acupuncture, electroneedling and transcutaneous electrical stimulation therapies on peripheral haemodynamic functioning.

Abstract

For decades, acupuncture and electroneedling treatments have been used, predominately in the Eastern countries, in the management of patients with compromised cardiovascular and digestive functions. Similarly, neuromuscular electrical stimulation is commonly employed in Western countries to modulate pain, augment muscle strength and enhance blood flow in… (More)

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@article{Balogun1998TheEO, title={The effects of acupuncture, electroneedling and transcutaneous electrical stimulation therapies on peripheral haemodynamic functioning.}, author={Joseph A Balogun and S Biasci and L. Han}, journal={Disability and rehabilitation}, year={1998}, volume={20 2}, pages={41-8} }