Interferential currents

Interferential currents of rhythmically varying frequency influence skeletal muscle contraction, stimulating the muscles to contract (which improves peripheral circulation), provide an analgesic effect and improve tissue nourishment and metabolism.


WHEN TO HAVE A TREATMENT?

  • Less pain (acute and chronic)
  • Less oedema
  • Hyperaemia
  • Muscle strengthening, stimulation of skeletal muscles contraction
  • Urinary incontinence (improvement of abdominal cavity organs functioning)
  • Improvement of surface and deep circulation

WHAT ARE THE RESULTS?

  • Skeletal muscle contraction
  • Muscle stimulation to contraction (improvement of peripheral circulation)
  • Analgesic effect and improvement of tissue nourishment
  • Reduction of sympathetic nervous system arousal

WHEN NOT TO HAVE A TREATMENT?

  • Implanted electronic devices, e.g. artificial cardiac pacemaker, implants
  • Acute inflammation at the site of procedure
  • Purulent skin infection
  • Neoplasm
  • Bleeding, haemorrhage
  • Cases when the skin cannot be moistened

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