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    frequency electrotherapy, diathermy and hyperthermia, and Low-frequency electrotherapy uses relatively weak alternating electric currents. Textbook of Electrotherapy has been written in a scientific demeanour in an easy strategy for the scholars, pros of physiotherapy, academics, medical. This book on ´Low- and Medium-Frequency electrotherapy´ has been written with the practical value of electrotherapy equipment as used in physiotherapy.

    The book is also useful for professionals of physiotherapy, teachers, doctors, rehabilitation professionals, other paramedics and public in general. Not many books on Electrotherapy are available, especially the books which is written for the students studying physiotherapy. This subject is essential and is a basic subject of physiotherapy for the undergraduate and as well as for the postgraduate courses. A limited number of textbooks are available in the markets, which are suitable for the students. To avoid confusion in understanding each topic of the entire subject, Textbook of Electrotherapy has been written in a systematic manner in a very simple approach for the students, professionals of physiotherapy, teachers, doctors, rehabilitation professionals, other paramedics and public in general. Recently, lots of advances have taken place in the field of electrotherapy. Utmost efforts have been made to cover all the necessary aspects of electrotherapy. All chapters have been written in a very simple and lucid manner. In ancient times, two modes of treatmentsphysical therapy and chemotherapy were available to mankind, i. Physical means included the use of sun, earth, air, water, electricity, etc. Chemical means included chemical agents which were therapeutically useful for clinical purposes. Electrotherapy is an ever-advancing field. Recent advances have made electrotherapy very interesting, lots of new modalities have been found effective for the treatment of various ailments.

    Hopefully some of the errors in symptoms may be attributable to an excess cross-referencing chapters and boxes will of dopaminergic transmission within the also be corrected, along with several central nervous system. Eleven acupuncture on schizophrenia It is salutary that the conclusions on studies were analysed and five showed a TENS and IFC quoted above are echoed positive response to one or more aspects of repeatedly throughout this volume.

    The the illness. Extra Point 1 Yintang and GV20 authors of the chapter on shortwave ther- were mostly used, and HT7, GV20, PC6, apy, for example, writing about differences SP6, BL62 were used in 18 trials for insomnia between pulsed shortwave and pulsed elec- with good results but small sample num- tromagnetic fields, conclude that bers. Experiments ence between these modes is an important ness, which I feel is best left to the on animals did not find acupuncture issue in the next generation of research in psychiatrists.

    The chapter on neuro- of medication. On wound healing, Watson writes on the diagnosis and medical treatment of schizophrenia? Short wave diathermy, methods of applications, indications for use, physiological effects, therapeutic effects, dangers and contraindications are explained in detail.

    Microwave diathermy, methods of applications, indications for use, physiological effects, therapeutic effects, dangers and contraindications are also explained in this chapter. Long Wave Diathermy has been added.

    Chapter Five covers the Radiation Therapy. Infrared therapy, ultraviolet radiation, types of generators, methods of applications, indications for use, physiological effects, thera- peutic effects, dangers and contraindications have been explained in detail.

    Chapter Six covers the Laser Therapy. Production of lasers, types of lasers, methods of application, indications for use, physiological effects, therapeutic effects, dangers and contraindications have been explained in detail.

    Chapter Seven covers the Superficial Heating Modalities. Its composition, methods of applications, indications for use, physiological effects, therapeutic effects, dangers Preface to the Second Edition ix and contraindications have been explained in detail.

    Hot packs, electric heating packs, whirlpool bath, contrast bath, heliotherapy and sauna bath have also been explained. Chapter Eight covers the Ultrasonic Therapy.

    The production of ultrasound, thermal and mechanical effects of ultrasound, methods of applications, indications for use, physiological effects, therapeutic effects, dangers and contraindications have been explained in detail. Shockwave Therapy is also added.

    Textbook of Electrotherapy 2nd Ed Jagmohan Singh

    Chapter Nine covers the Cryotherapy. Methods of applications, indications for use, physiological effects, therapeutic effects, dangers and contraindications have been explained in detail.

    Chapter Ten covers the Biofeedback. Its instrumentation, types of biofeedback, effects and uses, indications for use.

    Chapter Eleven covers the Electromyography. Its instrumentation, uses, study of electromyograph, spontaneous potential, insertional activity, motor unit action potential and recruitment pattern, abnormal potentials, spontaneous activity, positive sharp waves, fasciculation potential, and repetitive discharges have been explained in details. Nerve conduction velocity, its instrumentation, sensory nerve conduction velocity, motor nerve conduction velocity, methods of stimulation and recording have also been included.

    The H reflex, F wave, and their clinical significance have also been explained. Kinesiological Electromyography, surface and fine wire recording, placement of electrodes and its clinical importance have been explained. Glossary of terms, Suggested Reading and Index are also given at the end of this book.

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    Any suggestions from the teachers and students will be highly appreciated so that further improvements in the title can be made in the subsequent edition in the light of the same. Preface to the First Edition The book titled Textbook of Electrotherapy has been designed to cater the long-pending needs of students of bachelor of physiotherapy especially 1st and 2nd year and also of 3rd and 4th year.

    Not many books on Electrotherapy are available in India, especially the book which is written for the students studying physiotherapy in India. Very few books by the Indian authors are available.

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    A limited number of textbooks are available in the market, which are suitable for the students. To avoid confusion in understanding each topic of the entire subject; this Textbook of Electrotherapy has been written in a systematic manner in a very simple approach for the students, professionals of physiotherapy, teachers, doctors, rehabilitation professionals, other paramedics and public in general. I have redone several of the handouts with a watermark in a subtle not!!

    I am sorry if you find it tiresome or a distraction.

    The files are provided on the same basis as the rest of the information i. They are not claimed to be a replacement for electrotherapy texts or research papers, but may provide some useful additional information or explanations. In addition to the standard information downloads, there is a section which offers sections from my PhD for anybody who might be daft enough to want to read it. Be warned - it is big - and hence is divided into several chapters.

    Updated version - also available HERE. I am happy to share information, but not to write other peoples work for them. A wide range of Electrotherapy Courses are delivered throughout the UK, Europe and Worldwide with varying content, aims and duration. Current books on Electrotherapy with brief descriptions and links to site pages for download.

    Some common answers to the most frequently asked questions on Electrotherapy, particularly in the area of Contraindications.

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