Interferential therapy utilizes high-frequency electrical pulses to relieve a variety of different health conditions by penetrating deeper into tissue. This can result in increased production of encephalins and endorphins.
The encephalins and endorphins are natural analgesics which your body cells create during a painful condition to ease the pain. Therefore, interferential therapy aims at stimulating the nerves found in the affected area of your body to produce more encephalins and endorphins to relieve the pain.
Interferential therapy can be used in the following measures:
• To help patients relieve muscle pain and other forms of pain
• To enhance the blood flow majorly cutaneous and local blood flow
• In muscle stimulation to fasten the recuperation process
• To eliminate the swelling and edema of various body parts.