Neuromodulation is a new approach in neurokinesiotherapy using computerized device

PoNoS to produce low- and medium-frequency microcurrents with modulation sweeps.

This targeted treatment is used to relieve tissue, neurogenic, and neuropathic pain at all stages

of the inflammatory process.

Neuromodulation with frequency-modulated microcurrents can be used in pain management and in the

functional reeducation, acting directly on neurogenic pain and nerve entrapment syndromes

such as carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome, and hernias.

Dynamic Neurotherapy is an innovative technique that uses manual therapy and the application of microcurrent

for elective targeted action on nerve entrapment syndromes.