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ARPwave Therapy

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ACCELERATED RECOVERY PERFORMANCE (ARP) THERAPY

is a system of technology and protocols that uses a patented bio-electrical current simultaneously with active range-of-motion and other exercise techniques to speed up the body’s natural recuperative ability.

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Reasons You May Need ARP Wave Therapy

  • Avoiding surgery-non surgical treatments

  • Athlete's looking for performance training

  • Post surgical rehabilitation 

 

ARPwave is a Class 2 Medical Device, Approved by the FDA.

Indications for ARP therapy include all muscle related injuries and pain with the following treatment goals.

  • Relaxation of muscle spasms

  • Prevention and retardation of disuse atrophy

  • Increase of local blood circulation

  • Muscle re-education

  • Maintaining and increasing range of motion

 

 

In addition to non-surgical treatment and performance training, ARPWave can also be used in Post Surgical Rehabilitation to accelerate muscle rehabilitation of the following:

  • Shoulder

  • Elbow

  • Wrist

  • Hip

  • Knee

  • Ankle

  • Foot

Contraindications:

  • Implanted Electrical devices (pacemakers)

  • Pregnancy

  • History of blood clots

Results of Treatment

Lisa  Niles-Meunier PT will be monitoring the outcomes of your treatment through a variety of means. We ask that you assist us in this process, by keeping notes over the course of your treatment. Additionally, as Dr. Allen Meglin is committed to the advancement of clinical research related to Advanced Regenerative Medicine, he is conducting research related to ARPWave therapy and offering this opportunity to his patients.

For more information about ARPWave, and or other Advanced Regenerative Therapy options, or to schedule an appointment with Lisa Niles-Meunier, please call (912) 403-4203

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What to Expect: Instructions

ARP Therapy will occur over the course of 10-20 sessions. You should plan on the following:

  • Wear comfortable gym-style clothing, as your sessions will require you to move. Additionally the clinical staff will need to place the electrodes onto your body and also move the electrodes as they find areas known as “hot spots” that need to be treated.

  • You will be asked to rate the intensity of the electrical stimulation throughout the process, to help assess the location of your problem areas. The process can be intense, but it is tolerable to most patients.

 

As these sessions are demanding, it is important that you take measures to help your body recover. This includes:

  • Adequate rest throughout this therapy, at least 8 hours sleep each night

  • Avoiding/limiting alcohol consumption. Eating healthy meals with adequate protein. Depending on your individual case, we may recommend that you increase your protein consumption during treatment.

  • We will also ask you to complete a questionnaire about your symptoms and issues related to your clinical problem prior to the beginning of the therapy. This will  assist us in measuring the outcomes of your treatment. Lisa Niles-Meunier PT and other clinical staff will also be assessing various clinical measures to evaluate your clinical response to treatment.

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At Advanced Regenerative Therapy

We recognize that not every patient is right for ARPWave Therapy Treatment.  We offer a wide range of therapy and treatments for patients in Savannah and surrounding areas and invites clients nationally and internationally, to ensure that patients get the appropriate treatment that they need. If you are a patient looking for a pain relief treatment or therapy and think that ARPWave is the right therapy treatment for you, we encourage you to schedule a consultation at our Savannah clinic.

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