Impulse current therapy (Amplipulse)
Impulse current therapy (amplipulse) is a treatment method during which the patient is exposed to a low (1–200 Hz), medium (2 000–5 000 Hz) and mixed frequency, low intensity alternating impulse current.
Amplipulse therapy is used for:
- Peripheral nervous system diseases and traumas;
- Inflammatory and degenerative conditions and traumas of the muscular-skeletal system (osteochondrosis, arthrosis, ligament sprain injuries, epicondylitis, tendovaginitis, tunnel syndromes);
- Pain syndrome (osteochondrosis, radiculopathy, neuritis, neuralgia, polyneuropathy, arthrosis, arthritis etc.);
- Muscle weakness (caused by neuritis, radiculopathy, polyneuropathy, stroke, traumatic brain and other injury, immobilisation, orthopaedic surgery, trauma, bladder disorders etc.);
- Peripheral circulation disorders;
- Hypertension - stages 1 and 2;
- Digestive tract conditions, constipation etc.
The duration of the procedure is 15 min.
No special preparation is required.
Impulse current therapy prices
What factors affect the price?
The prices indicated below apply to citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Union.
If you are coming from another country please check the price by telephoning or sending an email.
When are the examinations are carried out:
2 hours for the most common (routine) blood tests and urinalysis.
The reports of computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) imaging and other
instrumental examinations are usually ready immediately, i.e within 2-3 hours after the examination.
- Almost all required services are provided under one roof.
- Your visit can be arranged so that you will have the test, a doctor’s consultation and treatment advice on the same day.
- Renovated premises and latest equipment.