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Interferential Current (IFC) is a physical modality that is typically used to help relieve pain over a specific area of the body. The IFC machine produces an electrical current that stimulates the nervous system to interrupt the pain signals felt by the brain. The engineered frequency of IFC crosses the skin with greater ease and with less stimulation than with TENS, and is generally more comfortable and better tolerated by patients. It also allows to stimulate deeper tissue.
This type of treatment will not fix an injury in itself and should be seen as a short term option. The decrease in pain that the IFC offers allows us to continue moving and functioning as comfortably as possible until the root cause is identified and fixed.
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1 out of 5 starsposted 3 months ago
Very Pathetic Experience. I had taken my Mother for Frozen shoulder. Doctor told to cure her within 15 treatments. But her pain goes on increasing. He gave her such heavy exercises that has caused to increase in the pain. Charges are very costly. Strictly No.
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
My husband aged 66 had undegone hip surgery 6 months back. After starting physiotherapy treatment here, he started walking without stick. His confidence in writing is improved. His balanced is improved. Very good treatment has been given in the clinic.
5 out of 5 starsposted 1 month ago
Dr. Vigil is a very good doctor and has a wonderful staff under him as they take follow up on the treatment and how the person is feeling after receiving the treatment. From day one you start feeling better.
Dr. Vigil you are the best doctor I have met for my slip disc and scoliosis problem of all the other doctors and the treatment I have received.