Interferential Current Therapy (IFC) is the evolution of TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation). Low level electrical stimulation is applied to areas of pain on the body which has been shown to reduce both chronic and acute pain in a number of conditions. It is a noninvasive form of treatment which can help with post surgical and post trauma acute pain. IFC has minimal side effects and is not addictive.
IFC therapy has been used considerably to help manage pain, inflammation, irritation from trauma and degenerative changes, which may create less dependence on drugs of dependence.
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