EMS Growth History
- Jul 19, 2018 -

In 1791, Italian doctor and zoologist Luigi Galvani discovered interesting biological myoelectric phenomena in frog experiments and proposed the basic theory of muscle and electrical signal stimulation.
In 1952, American Chadak and Crete Bach developed a heart stimulator consisting of a transistor and a battery, an outstanding achievement of electrical stimulation therapy in the 20th century.
- At the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, Joanie Benoit, the world's women's marathon record holder, also used micro-current therapy to help reduce post-surgical discomfort and wound healing, and passed the Olympic preliminaries 17 days after surgery and won the Olympic gold medal. This should be the most famous example of the use of electrotherapy in athletes in history.
-In 1996, the Chinese national weightlifting team used EMS as a formal training method.
- In recent decades, EMS has been widely used in medical, postoperative recovery and daily training of athletes, such as Bundesliga, sprint, boxing, F1, etc., through the repeated research and demonstration of experts, medical scientists and professional fitness instructors. Athletes include Bolt and Tiger Woods, etc.
It is an established concept of rehabilitation for the treatment of various musculoskeletal, neuromuscular (related nerves and muscles) involved in clinical problems, the main role is to use muscles to stimulate muscle movement through the action of electricity. And research has also shown that EMS is used to burn fat and build muscle.

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