Methods
Easytech’s treatment and functional recovery methods developed for the 5-step rehabilitation program provide sure benefits to the physical and motor rehabilitation of the patient.
Hyperthermia
Hyperthermia
Hyperthermia
The only endogenous thermotherapy that, using electromagnetic waves at a particular frequency (Radiative Diathermy or) allows a focused, deep and controlled action by measuring and controlling temperature, intensity and depth of treatment. Hyperthermia finds its application in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system.
Tecar Therapy
Tecar Therapy
Tecar Therapy
The Endogenous Thermotherapy based on the principle of capacitive and resistive energy transfer (Capacitive-Resistive Diathermy) has an effect within the biological tissues, activating the body's natural repairing and anti-inflammatory processes from within.
Lasertherapy
Lasertherapy
Lasertherapy
Laser therapy is a treatment based on monochromatic light emission to treat the tendon and muscle tissues through the exploitation of biological and chemical interactions of laser radiation.
Cryokinetic
Cryokinetic
Cryokinetic
Administration and exogenous heat subtraction to activate the biological effects that have an advantage in the rehabilitation program. Cryotherapy recommended in the acute phases and in combination with other methods during the later stages of rehabilitation. Contrast therapy particularly useful in the treatment of pain and hematomas.
Controlled Elastic Force
Controlled Elastic Force
Controlled Elastic Force
The work done with an elastic resistance, characterized by progressive load and lack of inertia, allows to perform tests and exercises that can be customized depending on individual motor abilities in order to promote precocious active recovery of larger joints.
Isokinetics
Isokinetics
Isokinetics
The isokinetic method is widely used for muscle rehabilitation and recovery to evaluate and improve muscular strength and endurance of a dynamic group of muscles. An isokinetic muscle contraction is a type of contraction where the muscle gets shorter (concentric) or longer (eccentric) at a constant speed during the entire range of motion with the aid of specific tools.
Proprioceptive reeducation
Proprioceptive reeducation
Proprioceptive reeducation
The proprioceptive method consists on improving the ability to control the body's position, posture and movement and joint stability in order to recover specific gestural skills through exercises that help improve body awareness and joint mobility.