18 Feb Michal Elboim
Dr. Michal writes excellent articles. The latest is entitled "Does sensory transcutaneous electrical stimulation improve motor recovery after a stroke? a systematic review”.
Sensory transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TENS) is a relatively risk-free and easy-to-implement modality for rehabilitation. The authors systematically examine the effects of sensory TENS on motor recovery after stroke.
Dr. Michal Elboim-Gabyzon is a full-time professor and employee of the physiotherapy department at Haifa University. Dr. Gabyzon's main areas of research include Electrical Stimulation in the rehabilitation and balance of elderly individuals.