Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

Treatment for Auto Accident Injuries

Learn more about Electrical Muscle Stimulation treatment for car accident injuries.

Electrical Muscle Stimulation for Car Accident Injuries

Electrical muscle stimulation for car accident injuries utilizes low-level electrical impulses, which are transferred into the tissue (in the vicinity of the injury) through electrodes attached to the body.

Benefits Include:

  • Decreases pain by stimulating the release of endorphins -- the body's natural pain killers.
  • Muscles are re-educated by encouraging the muscles to return to their natural resting length.
  • Reduces swelling.

Drink lots and lots of water!

With just a little therapy time and a lot of water drinking, you can feel better faster!

Electrical Muscle Stimulation Frequently Asked Questions

What are electrical muscle stimulators?

Electrical muscle stimulators are innovative machines that give your muscles a small “workout” in a safe and controlled environment. At Chambers Medical Group, we use electrical muscle stimulation for pain relief, strength and conditioning of injured and supporting muscle groups, as well as for improving circulation after an auto accdient.

How do electrical muscle stimulators work?

Much like with normal exercise, an EMS machine uses electrical impulses, which causes muscles to contract and then relax. Your body responds to this stimulation by sending extra oxygen and blood to the area being exercised. This increase in circulation is the same natural treatment process used by your body after an injury.

Is electrical muscle stimulation safe?

EMS machines are very safe and are operated by trained medical professionals at Chambers Medical Group.

Please contact us directly for more information.


EMS has received an increasing amount of attention in the last few years for many reasons: it can be utilized as a strength training tool for healthy subjects and athletes; it could be used as a rehabilitation and preventive tool for people who are partially or totally immobilized; it could be utilized as a testing tool for evaluating the neural and/or muscular function in vivo; it could be used as a post-exercise recovery tool for athletes.


For people recovering from injury or surgery, proper hydration is important to the success of physical therapy. Water flushes toxins out of the body, transports nutrients into the cells and helps regulate body temperature and pH balance. Water also helps with muscle soreness and tension.