The therapist’s point of view
“During the first session, I target my actions to eliminate tensions such as inflammation, the contractures or fibroses that are the consequences of tendinopathy. When these tensions are eliminated, the movement is released and the patient regains their mobility. Next comes targeted action to reduce the inflammation and then restarting the process of healing the damage.
The time that is saved also allows a global approach by releasing more remote tensions such as those in the spine, if the origin is neurological.
The other sessions will be devoted to healing and then strengthening the muscle structure next to the joint.
For this type of pathology, I prefer the Tecar 3.0 configuration of Winback energy which lets me find the best way to target my actions.”
Loic Dechaine, Kinesthesiologist for the Antibes Sharks basketball team