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ARP (Accelerated Recovery Performance) Boston

What is ARP?

ARP (Accelerated Recovery Performance) is a system that uses a patented bioelectrical current simultaneously with active range-of-motion and other exercise techniques to significantly speed up the body’s natural recuperative ability.

ARP stimulates the nervous system to help relax and elongate muscles promoting healing and less scar tissue.

The ARP treatment uses low-voltage current to penetrate injured muscle tissue and break down existing scar tissue. Electrical stimulation is greatly beneficial for injured muscles.

What is the ARPwave system?

The Arpwave system is a combination of a proprietary electrical device and carefully designed protocols which target injury at the source, eliminate inflammation and dramatically accelerate the recovery of all soft tissue injury often eliminating the need for surgery.

ARP embraces the concept of neurological rehabilitation and treatment for all soft tissue injuries and post-surgery rehab.

The ARP system is built on the premise that these all have a neurological origin.

While an MRI and/or CAT Scan will tell you where the problem ended up, our technology will tell you where the problem came from.

ARP finds the neurological origin of the physiological symptom and treats the problem at the source, enabling you to fully recover faster and live your life pain-free.

ARP treatment is indicated for the treatment of all muscle related injuries:

  • Relaxation of muscle spasms,
  • Prevention and retardation of disuse atrophy,
  • Increase of local blood circulation,
  • Muscle re-education,
  • Maintaining and increasing range of motion.

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

ARP protocols can also be specifically used with the ARP to accelerate muscle rehabilitation of the following:

  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Ankle
  • Foot
  • Cervical and Lumbar spine

Contact Spine & Sports Injury Center to get started!

ARP (Accelerated Recovery Performance) Boston’s Back Bay, South End, Downtown, Financial District and Beacon Hill MA | (617) 247-2300