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Interferential Current Therapy

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Experience the benefits of Interferential Current Therapy (IFC) at our physiotherapy clinic in Winnipeg. Our physiotherapists specialize in employing this cutting-edge technique to alleviate pain and expedite the natural healing process. During a session, our physiotherapists strategically place electrodes on your body. These electrodes emit low-frequency impulses that delicately penetrate the skin, activating healing responses in the deeper tissues. 

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How Does Interferential Current Therapy Benefit You?

Whether you’re dealing with cumulative trauma disorders, body pain, or joint injuries or are in the pre or post-orthopedic surgery phases, Interferential Current Therapy stands out as a crucial option. This therapy proves highly effective in alleviating pain, reducing inflammation, addressing edema, and relieving spasms.

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People always ask us many questions about IFC therapy. Some of those queries are shared here. 

The relief can persist for several hours and even days. In addition to alleviating pain, the IFC current also triggers the release of endorphins and enkephalins into the bloodstream, inducing a state of relaxation and euphoria.

Certainly! The electrical impulses transmitted through your body are extremely small, causing no pain or shock. At most, you may feel a gentle tickling sensation.

In many cases, insurance providers do cover interferential treatment, as it has proven effective for managing pain and inflammation. However, it's advisable to verify with your insurance provider for specific details.

The onset of relief from Interferential Current Therapy can vary among individuals and depends on the nature and severity of the condition being treated. Some patients may experience immediate pain reduction and improved mobility, while others may require several sessions before noticing significant changes. It's essential to have realistic expectations and maintain open communication with the healthcare provider to track progress and make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.

Interferential Current Therapy is versatile and can be used to treat various conditions. It is commonly employed for managing chronic pain conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and fibromyalgia. Additionally, IFC effectively reduces muscle spasms and inflammation and promotes tissue healing after injuries or surgeries. It is often utilized in our clinic for rehabilitation purposes, making it a valuable tool in the comprehensive treatment of musculoskeletal disorders.

Interferential current therapy involves the stimulation created by the intersection of two electrical mediums with varying frequencies. These frequencies collaborate to effectively stimulate large nerve fibers, disrupting pain transmission messages at the spinal cord level. Due to its frequency, interferential current encounters fewer obstacles when crossing the skin to address underlying tissues.