GS units utilize direct current as opposed to alternating current, and they are typically used in treating acute injuries, especially those associated with major injuries involving bleeding or swelling. The direct current alters blood flow. The positive pad has a cooling effect which reduces swelling. The negative pad, on the other hand, has a heating effect that increases circulation and speeds the healing process. If you are struggling to manage chronic or acute pain, electrotherapy pain management may be a good option. Don’t let pain get in the way of your daily life. Give us a call today at 503-648-6997 to learn more about how chiropractic care can ease pain and improve your overall wellness or to schedule an appointment.
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