At Mollii Australia, we offer assistive technology that may provide relief for individuals living with chronic pain. Our two-piece Exopulse Mollii Suit utilises targeted, low-frequency electro-stimulation to potentially help minimise pain and improve range of motion. We will program the technology to meet the unique requirements of you or your loved one. Our services are available in Canberra and the surrounding areas.
Our goal is to work collaboratively, empowering you to take an active role in your pain management journey. We will do all we can to tailor a chronic pain treatment plan for your circumstances, working in close consultation with your specialist or any other healthcare provider. If you live in Australia, you may be eligible to purchase the Exopulse Mollii Suit via the NDIS.
If you have any questions about the Exopulse Mollii Suit, or you’d like to arrange a no-obligation trial, get in touch today on 1300 315 530. We service clients throughout Canberra—from Lyneham to Griffith and beyond.
Our technology may help with the following:
When joints are unstable, it can lead to abnormal movement patterns, muscle imbalances and increased pain. By enhancing joint stability through targeted exercises, physical therapy or assistive devices, the load on the joints can be better distributed, decreasing pain and minimising further damage. Improved joint stability also promotes better alignment, reducing joint inflammation and the risk of exacerbating pain. Overall, optimising joint stability helps create a more favourable environment for healing, enhances functional movement and may contribute to pain relief.
If you are living with chronic pain, it is important to avoid exercises that may exacerbate your condition or cause further discomfort. While the specific exercises to avoid can vary depending on the individual and the source of pain, some general exercises to approach with caution include high-impact activities like running or jumping, heavy weightlifting, intense stretching and repetitive movements that put excessive strain on the affected area. It is crucial to listen to your body and consult with a healthcare professional or physical therapist who can provide guidance on appropriate exercises and modifications based on your specific condition. Remember, finding a balance between staying active and avoiding activities that aggravate your pain is key to managing chronic pain effectively.