The Exopulse Mollii Suit is equipped with 58 electrodes which can stimulate 40 muscle groups when combined in various ways. This may help to alleviate chronic pain, fostering relaxation, greater range of motion and improved mental health. The Exopulse Mollii Suit is available for clients throughout the Central Coast. It’s also approved by the NDIS as having the potential to assist with pain relief.
By modulating pain signals, releasing endorphins and promoting muscle re-education, the Exopulse Mollii Suit helps improve range of motion, joint stability and overall physical wellbeing. With its personalised programming and adaptability, the Exopulse Mollii Suit may provide tailored relief for individuals, supporting their journey towards managing chronic pain and enhancing their quality of life.
Contact Mollii Austrialia today on 1300 315 530 to find out more about our assistive technology. We offer our technology to clients across the Central Coast—from Woy Woy to Budgewoi and surrounding areas.
The Exopulse Mollii Suit has the potential to provide the following benefits:
It should be noted that chronic pain can be caused by an array of complex underlying conditions. We recommend consulting with your pain specialist and general healthcare provider as to whether the Exopulse Mollii Suit may complement your pain relief regimen.
By applying electrical impulses to targeted muscles, this technique can have multiple beneficial effects. Firstly, it can help modulate pain by interrupting pain signals and providing temporary relief. Additionally, electrical stimulation promotes muscle relaxation, reducing muscle spasms and tension that often contribute to chronic pain. The increased blood flow caused by electrical stimulation may enhance tissue healing and reduce inflammation in the affected area. Moreover, this form of therapy triggers the release of endorphins, natural pain-relieving substances that can alleviate discomfort and improve mood.
By modulating the activity of the nervous system, it can effectively target and alleviate muscle-related pain. Neuromodulation techniques such as electrical stimulation may directly influence nerve signals, interrupting pain transmission and providing relief. Additionally, neuromodulation may stimulate the release of endorphins, natural pain-relieving chemicals in the body, promoting a sense of wellbeing and reducing muscle pain. This approach also has the ability to modulate muscle tone and activity, promoting muscle relaxation and reducing muscle spasms that contribute to pain.