Sydney: A new device as big as a computer mouse and known as e-cell could help ease musculoskeletal pain.Edith Cowan University (ECU) School of Exercise and Health research student Harry Banyard has been investigating the effectiveness of electromagnetic therapy in treating muscle damage.Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMFT) has already been proven to speed up the healing of bone fracture and osteoarthritis, but no scientific evidence exists on whether it can help in the recovery of muscles, explains Banyard.
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