Interferential Current Therapy

Current Therapy Equipments

Interferential therapy is a different form of electro-stimulation. This electrical stimulation therapy uses two or three distinctly different currents that are passed through a tissue from electrodes surface. Portions of each current are canceled by the another current, resulting in the application of a different net current to the target tissue.

Common Uses
  • Relieve pain
  • Stimulate muscles
  • Increase local blood flow
  • Reduce edema

Interferential Therapy ( Current Therapy )
Interferential therapy utilizes two medium frequency currents which pass through the tissues at same time. They are set up so that their paths cross; and in simple terms one interface with another. This interference gives rise to an interference or beat low-frequency stimulation.

APPLICATION:
IFT is used in four clinical applications like increase local blood flow and relieve pain. Interferetial current therapy is mostly used for refief pain through stimulate muscles and reduce edema.

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Features   Specifications
DIMENSION (L*H*D) 378mm, 100mm, 280mm
WEIGHT 4.2 Kg. Approx.
OPERATING VOLTAGE 140 ~ 270V AC, 50Hz
ABSORPTION 46-Watts Max
FUSES 1 Amp
ROOM TEMPERATURE 10° to 40° C
MOISTURE 10% to 40%
PROGRAM 10 Present & 50 Customize Programs
MAX OUPUT CURRENT 100 mA Digital Display for CH-1
MAX OUPUT CURRENT 100 mA Digital Display for CH-2
MEDIUM FREQUENCY 2 KHz & 4 KHz
BASE AMF 1-150 Hz
Spectrum 0-150 Hz
THERAPY MODE 4 Pole Classic, 4 Pole Vector, 2 Pole Modulated
TIME 60 Min