Generally speaking, the role of electrical stimulation is very comprehensive. First, it can relieve stubborn neuropathic pain, restore patients’ physical function and relieve pain, and restore perception, such as taste, smell and other senses. In other words, electrical stimulation can restore and stimulate the functions of various nerves. In general, clinically, electrical stimulation therapy is to stimulate the patient’s acupoints or spinal cord to stimulate some nerves of the patient. Moreover, electrical stimulation can treat pseudomyopia.
Functional electrical stimulation therapy is a kind of physical therapy. It is a treatment method that applies low-frequency pulse current or converts and amplifies the signal current and sends it to the human body to produce even effect. The main function is to restore the damaged function of nerves and muscles. While stimulating the nerves and muscles, stimulating the afferent nerves of the leaves, coupled with the continuous repeated movement pattern information, electrical stimulation will be transmitted to the central nervous system to form excitation traces in the cortex and gradually restore the original motor function. The clinical application of electrical stimulation therapy is mainly used in upper motor neuron paralysis, respiratory dysfunction, micturition dysfunction, idiopathic scoliosis and shoulder dislocation caused by various cerebrovascular accidents, brain trauma, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and other reasons.