Physiotherapy Modalities

Electrical Stimulation with Interferential Current

 

Interferential current therapy works by sending small amounts of electrical stimulation to damaged tissues in the body. The therapy is meant to boost the body’s natural process for responding to pain, increase blood flow and the production of hormones that promote healing.The interferential current is able to travel deep into the muscle tissue or nerves for targeted treatment. This combination effect is also what makes ICT a strong form of therapy without some of the uncomfortable sensations associated with low-frequency stimulation.

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Ultrasound For Injuries

As well as heating and relaxing the muscles, ultrasound therapy breaks down scar tissue and increases local blood flow. All of this combines to increase healing rates in the area, making it a suitable way to speed up slow-healing or chronic issues. We now think that it can also encourage the repair of damaged bones.

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Flexion Distraction

 

technique used to treat many conditions of the lumbar spine (lower back). It is a non-surgical technique aimed at increasing spinal motion and improving overall function by reducing disc bulges and disc herniations.

Intersegmental Traction (Roller Bed)

 

 

Modality used to treat many conditions of the lumbar spine (lower back). It is a non-surgical technique aimed at increasing spinal motion and improving overall function by reducing disc bulges and disc herniations.

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