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Pain Relief Smart Tecar Therapy Machine,
448khz Tecar Therapy Machine
Ret CET Rf Knee Pain Relief Smart Tecar Therapy 448khz Indiba
|448khz indiba machine
|pain reduce , low back pain therapy
|Rehabilitation Centre , clinic , physiotherapy center
|Powerful and portable
|CET and RET rf physiotherapy
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|3 different size tips
What is Indiba?
Radio frequency is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. It was first discovered to heat body tissue back in the 19th century by two very brave French guys (a physiologist called d’Arsonval and his loyal assistant; they thought they would die! All in the name of science eh!). They lived to tell the tale and more than that, they found that using 1 ampere produced a warming sensation. Then in comes some familiar names, Tesla and Hertz, who continued experimenting.
Fast forward to the Biomedical scientists, who in 1983 started investigating radio frequency electromagnetic currents in therapy and launched our first device, which is now called INDIBA. Way back then we called it TEC or TECAR with the word TECARTHERAPY being used, it’s not really accurate, so today you will find it referred to by us and the scientific community as CRET (capacitive resistive electric transfer) or CRMRF (capacitive resistive monopolar radio frequency).
Since that very first device INDIBA has developed its technology around 0.5 MHz and defined its specific radiofrequency delivery to 448kHz, based on the evidence testing and comparing frequencies in this range
In the sub-acute and chronic conditions, INDIBA’s biostimulation is combined with a deep thermal effect that lasts for over 45 minutes (Kumaran and Watson 2015) significantly increasing deep blood flow and volume (Kumaran and Watson 2018a). This delivers a huge amount of nutrients and oxygen and may deliver the energy needed to stimulate repair in tissues that have been stuck in a non-healing state!
Some examples of use:
Tendinopathy (Achilles, shoulder)
Sprains and strains
Promoting fracture healing
Low back pain
How can INDIBA be used?
The INDIBA system can be used alone or to improve the outcomes of other treatments. Combining INDIBA technology with manual therapy can stimulate tissue repair, accelerate recovery from injuries, reduce pain, and decrease inflammation, beginning with the first session.
The Indiba treatment process
When you come to me for Indiba therapy, there will be two operating modes of the proionic radio frequency that I will use:
Capacitive (CAP): This focuses on superficial soft tissue in your body; and is most suited for surface and vascularised tissue.
Resistive (RES): This is more suited for fat, thick and fibrotic tissue.
I will apply a cream to your skin, and smooth an electrode over the lymphatic draining points on the section(s) of your body being treated.
Firstly, I’ll use the capacitive mode to clear any toxic waste from your system, before switching to resistive frequency, to treat the lower levels of your skin to keep it tightened.
Whilst benefits can often be seen from the first Indiba treatment, you may find it beneficial to have several treatments – and we can discuss this at the beginning of your treatment. I would recommend having a follow up treatment within 3-4 weeks of your first one, followed by a maintenance treatment every 4-6 weeks.