LOW FREQUENCY ELECTROACUPUNCTURE BETTER FOR STROKE RECOVERY
A Korean study suggests that low frequency electroacupuncture (EA) may be more helpful for motor recovery after stroke than high frequency EA. Sixty-two patients with motor dysfunction, hospitalised one week to one month from onset of ischaemic stroke, were treated with 2Hz or 120Hz EA over a two week period. Motor evoked potentials (MEPs, measurements of electrical potential recorded in muscles f ...
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