How to Increase Flexibility With Equiscope

Two stretching figures to illustrate how to increase flexibility with Equiscope therapy
December 28, 2021

Tired of tight muscles? Sick of not being able to squat? Feel like your body has taken the shape of your chair? What if you didn’t have to do 10 years’ worth of daily yoga practice to improve your flexibility? What if you could increase flexibility more easily?

You can if you make an appointment with an Electro-Equiscope practitioner and repair the injury at a cellular level. But let’s look what’s happening first to make you less flexible.

The Main Causes of Inflexibility

Flexibility can be the result of an injury, physical inactivity, chronic dehydration, or a lack of stretching. It’s not just your muscles or joints that become inflexible. The mobility of soft tissues like ligaments, muscles, tendons, joint capsules, and skin, too, all influence your range of motion.

You can also lose flexibility when

  • Soft tissues surrounding the joints are inflamed or swollen.
  • You’re in chronic pain.
  • You dislocate a joint.
  • You fracture an elbow.
  • Or you have fractures in other areas of your body.

Another example of a cause of inflexibility is a pulled muscle. Ouch! How long does it take for a pulled muscle to heal? It takes three to six weeks.

And if you don’t give the muscle the appropriate time to heal, it can take longer because you’ll keep re-injuring it. Once the muscle finally heals, you’ll likely lose much of the flexibility in that area, and other areas of your body, that you’d taken for granted.

How to Increase Flexibility with Electro-Equiscope

Yes, you can still RICE an injury (using rest, ice, compression, and elevation).

But it takes much less time for the injury to heal and to improve flexibility if you approach healing on a cellular level.

That’s because everything is made up of cells. So, what better way to recover quickly and thoroughly than to help the body repair the damaged cells at the root of the injury? That’s what the Equiscope does.

And it worked well for Gary Stevens, a Hall of Fame jockey: “I’m riding like a kid again!” he said. “Rode two, won two!”

chart to show how the Equiscope can increase flexibilityLet’s look at what happens in a little more detail.

The Equiscope works by scanning, searching, and finding abnormalities in your body’s electrical system. It seeks areas that no longer hold enough electrical charge to work properly, and then delivers a precise electrical current through your skin directly to the damaged area. The current recharges the tissue at the cellular level in a simple, painless, and non-invasive way.

How to Become More Flexible

Targeting damaged tissue and restoring cell function triggers your body’s ability to heal itself. The Equiscope often cuts in half your recovery time for muscle, tendon, and ligament injury, and your flexibility returns quickly.

An Equiscope session only takes 30-60 minutes, so not only is it effective, it’s convenient. Results are cumulative. We recommend 3-12 sessions for your optimal outcome, but most people feel the difference after just one visit.

Whether you’re…

  • recovering from an injury,
  • constricted with pain, or
  • need to increase flexibility to do more of what you love,

…Equiscope is safe and effective when you want to get more flexible. Contact an Equiscope practitioner near you today!

 

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How to Increase Flexibility With Equiscope
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Flexibility is lost when cells are damaged during injury, but cellular healing with Electro-Equiscope can increase flexibility, restore muscle strength, and improve physical performance.