Effect of Therapeutic Ultrasound on the Recovery of the Tibialis Anterior Muscle in Remobilized Wistar Rats after a Period of Immobilization: An Analysis Using the Pathological Index

SUMMARY Background. Prolonged joint immobilization causes muscle hypotrophy and joint stiffness, which worsen as the immobilization time increases. Muscle remobilization is essential to restore muscle mass and activity as soon as possible. There are various treatments for muscle remobilization, but therapeutic ultrasound has proved to be a promising technique, with thermal and athermic actions, generating … Continued