Interferential Current Therapy
A deeper type of electrical stimulation that we offer is called Interferential Current Therapy. This is a highly effective method of pain relief therapy that also helps speed up the body's natural healing process. Just as in EMT, electrodes are placed onto the skin over the injured area. Next, interferential current is used, and electrical pulses are sent to penetrate through your skin and stimulate the injured muscle tissue beneath. Nerves are also stimulated, increasing blood flow, and encouraging healing to take place. The process is not painful, and patients typically report that this sensation feels like a slight tingle or prickling on top of the skin.
Interferential Current Therapy is effectively used to treat:
- Circulation disorders
- Muscle spasms
- Muscle disorders
- Injured Joints
Benefits of Interferential Current Therapy include:
- Reduce and even eliminate pain through a minimally evasive process
- Substantial decrease in inflammation
- Improve range of motion
- Regain lost movement
- Endorphins are naturally stimulated to speed up healing
Interferential Current Therapy is truly a great option for many. Find out if this treatment is right for you. Give us a call today. We are always happy to help answer any questions you may have!
Sergio really knows his stuff. He can take care of all your needs, be it chiropractic, dry needling, graston, or ART. He takes the extra time to find the source of the problem instead of just treating the symptoms. With over 12 years of experience, it shows.
Dr Sergio and Linda are amazingly caring people who care about my well-being and have been helping me keep working for the last two years! I am extremely grateful and would recommend him to anyone who needs quality help.
We came to see Dr Rocafort because of an injury. To be honest i have never been with a doctor like him. He listen and answer all your questions, he gives you recommendations for treatment plans. In my humble opinion he is the best chiropractor that i have ever been in more than 25 years.