Nurianna Posted December 16, 2008 Share Posted December 16, 2008 Hi everyone! I have an issue and would be very grateful if anyone knows anything about it, can relate or has had a similar experience. I have started the physio on my neck and it´s proving to be very helpful. Now, the other day, the physiotherapist produced a device to add to the rehab. It consists on sticking on my neck these little plaques that send like an electrical wave to the muscle. The plaques are connected to a sort of battery. The truth is it worked fine and while I was wearing them it was if my neck was completely "normal" and I could move and rotate almost as before my clipping. The voltage was kept at the lowest all the time. Does anyone know or has heard of any counterindication about using these things after an aneurysm? I haven´t had seizures or fits...so far... but it just doesn´t seem like a good idea. The therapist has admitted I´m the first patient of my type he´s worked with so he knows the same as me though "assumes" it´s ok. What if he´s wrong? I plan to ask the neurosurgeon during my next visit, but in the meantime, any info would be really appreciated. Lots of love, Nurianna Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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