fluidotherapy

fluidotherapy

[flo̅o̅′idōther′əpē]
a modality of dry heat that uses a suspended airstream with the properties of a liquid. It simultaneously performs the functions of applied heat, massage, sensory stimulation, levitation, and pressure oscillations.

fluidotherapy

(floo″ĭd-ō-thĕr′ă-pē) [″ + ″]
The application of warmed cellulose particles suspended in forced dry air to heat an injured or painful body part, esp. prior to muscle strengthening or range-of-motion exercises.
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Elevation of the extremity, lymphatic massage, use of compression garments, contrast baths, desensitization training, fluidotherapy, TENS, ultrasound, heat or ice packs, and paraffin baths may be used to achieve edema control and elimination of pain (19,7).
Comparison of in vivo temperatures produced by hydrotherapy, paraffin wax treatment, and fluidotherapy.
Boyd went on to form or reorganize and turnaround a number of small biomedical companies that were then acquired by larger operations including Fluidotherapy (sold to Intermedics), Lymco Electronics (sold to Atec Inc.
based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, provides a full line of orthopedic rehabilitation equipment, including therapeutic ultrasound equipment, electro-therapy devices, hot and cold therapy units, continuous passive motion equipment and fluidotherapy equipment.
These assets include but are not limited to Fluidotherapy, Cybex, Tru-Trac and the MicroLight Laser 830.
Henley's diversified line of non-invasive physical medicine and rehabilitation products are used in the treatment of disabilities or injuries with therapeutic exercise and the application of various heat, fluidotherapy, traction, ultrasound or other modalities.
Jim Sturgeon, Henley Healthcare's chief operating officer and principal financial officer, will also become president of Henley International, based in Sugar Land, which manufactures and markets several product lines worldwide including Fluidotherapy, Cybex Medical, Tru-Trac and Hydra Fitness.