Percutaneous ultrasound-guided percutaneous neuromodulation

Neuromodulation treatment is based on the stimulation of neuro-reactive points of the organism by means of acupuncture needles or dry needling and low or medium frequency electrotherapy equipment, seeking a sensory and/or motor response as a consequence of stimulating the peripheral nerve and, therefore, achieving a motor response.

This technique is able to modify the electro-biochemical environment where the pain or injury is located. It is very effective in any pathology, such as: altered muscle tone, ligament injuries, facial retractions or capsular joint pathology.

It is also indicated for plantar fasciitis, tendinopathies, neuropathies, chronic pain, muscle ruptures, and other injuries of the neuromusculoskeletal system, both acute and chronic.