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medium frequency/ Russian

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how many hertz is medium frquency? 1,000- 100,000 hertz
generly what is the range for medium frequency that we use in PT? about 2,500 hertz
why is medium frequency called russian stimulation? because the russian athletes use to use it to recruit the large muscle fibers to get stronger in a faster period of time.
what type of current is russian stimulation? it is an alternating current
who do you use russian stimulation athletes, or people who tolerated nmes well but never got any stronger after 6 visits
what type of muscle groups do you use russian stimulation on? use the large muscle groups
what is the on off cycle for russian stimulation? 1:1 ratio will mostly use 20:20 ratio because of the ramp up and ramp down time
how many electrodes do you use with russiam stimulation? can use 2 or 4 but will mostly use 4 electrodes because you should be using russian stimulation on the larger muscle groups
what is the treatment time for russian stimulation? 10-15 minutes
is russian stimulation similar to nmes? yes it is like nems only it is much stronger
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