Tecartherapy, also known as Tecar (Resistive Capacitive Energy Transfer or Resistive Capacitive Therapy), is probably the best known of physiotherapy electromedical treatments. Through the application of electromagnetic waves, this treatment aims to reduce inflammation so that it can act first on pain by increasing the microcirculation of blood vessels, their vasodilation, and also promoting an increase in internal temperature.
Lower limb defatiguing treatment (60 minutes) is a tecartherapy treatment typically used by pre or post-competition athletes as it promotes lymphatic drainage of the lower limbs by reactivating circulation in the legs, increasing muscle tone and tendon elasticity. To ensure a ‘complete experience of relaxation and well-being, the physical therapist, before beginning the defatiguing treatment, uses natural essences to prepare the tissues throughout the body to welcome the treatment.
In the physical-aesthetic field, the lower limb defatiguing treatment (60 minutes) is recommended for patients with problems related to blood microcirculation as the drainage performed increases skin tone and promotes blood circulation.
The treatment cannot be given during pregnancy or if a pacemaker wearer.