Electrotherapy uses mid-frequency electric currents to increase blood flow, gently exercising the muscles to promote relaxation and pain relief.
Why do chiropractors use interferential therapy?
When muscles are in pain and spasm, the spinal joints are also restricted in movement. Interferential current therapy supports chiropractic treatment by first relaxing tense muscles. This enhances the effectiveness of the spinal adjustments, which results in longer-lasting pain relief and restoration of movement.
Author: Dr Claudia Ng, BSc, DC
* A proper diagnosis has to be obtained for all of the above conditions before an appropriate combination of treatments will be provided. This is just a list of possible treatments for the individual condition but not all of them may be necessary, nor is it limited to those listed only.
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