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Interferential Electro-Therapy

Interferential Electro-Therapy uses small amounts of electrical impulses to encourage the body to release endorphins and other natural pain relievers. A low-frequency stimulation is created, which relieves pain by applying these impulses into the tissues in the area of the injury. Many patients describe the treatment as having a feeling of "pins and needles."

This treatment is used to aid in relieving pain and reducing swelling of soft tissues. Degeneration is reduced and blood circulation is increased, especially in cases of sprains, strains and spasms.