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Number: 0677. Policy. Aetna considers functional electrical stimulation (FES) (e.g., Parastep I System) medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME) to enable members with spinal cord injury (SCI) to ambulate …

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Background. The following are brief descriptions of various types of electrical stimulation discussed in this CPB, and a summary of available evidence:

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The clinic was founded in 1987 by Diana Farragher, OBE, who conducted a series of research projects into the treatment of facial paralysis. As a result of this research, Diana developed Trophic Electrical Stimulation, in which frequencies copied from normal nerves are used to improve nerve and muscle function in people with nerve damage.

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The are four main types of treatment, that differ in the type of current they use (see Comparison table, below), including:. Galvanic treatment; Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) (also known as Faradic treatment)

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Facial electronic muscle stimulation may rejuvenate aging, wrinkled or sagging skin. However, these claims have not been proved by the FDA. Electronic

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Electrical muscle stimulation is a process through which low-level electrical currents are used to stimulate muscles, forcing them to contract. According

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