Interferential Therapy

Summary

  Interferential therapy uses electrodes which are placed on your skin around the injury.  Interferential Current is transmitted through the skin into the deeper muscles, nervers, and tissue.  The impulses created by the interferrential current are not painful and often give the patient a sensation of tingling on the skin.  The frequencies produced by the interferretial current stimulate muscle, reduce spasm, and can have pain numbing effect.


Treatment

  • Pain relief
  • Muscle stimulation
  • Increased local blood flow