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Authors:  (Marom Bikson, Abhishek Datta, Maged Elwassif, Varun Bansal and Angel V. Peterchev)
Abstract:
Electrotherapy involves electric or magnetic stimulation of
the human body in a range of therapeutic applications
including pain alleviation. A wide spectrum of
electrotherapy paradigms have been deployed in pain
treatment, illustrating the inherent flexibility of this
technology, but also the fundamental challenge of
determining an optimal strategy. The effective and safe
application of electrotherapy requires an understanding of
the basic components of electrotherapy technology, as well
as how to control electrotherapy dose. These topics are
introduced in this review, along with related comments on
the general mechanisms of electrotherapy, as well as an
overview of various electrotherapy paradigms. 


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