A dynamic physiotherapy is a physical therapy procedure that involves stimulating the heart with a high-intensity electric field.
A common treatment for chronic heart attacks is to use a device called a chest physiotherapy to massage the heart’s muscle, but the treatment can also help patients who have been in a cardiac arrest.
The goal of a chest technique is to create pressure on the heart, which can help it to pump blood more quickly.
If the patient has a stroke or a heart attack, it’s possible to remove the cardiac arrhythmia (a blockage in the heart that causes the heart to stop beating).
If the heart can’t pump blood, the heart may not have enough blood supply to the body.