Physiotherapy is frequently a key component in pain management. INDIBA has recently launched the new Okto! A revolutionary approach for pain neuromodulation, that will help your patients achieve a better quality of life. The Okto device utilizes radio frequency, with a stable 448kHz current, to allow the treatment of acute and chronic situations based on high frequency neuromodulation of pain and metabolic stimulation on biological tissues.
The mechanism of action combines the scientifically proven effects on the proliferation of stem cells and the application on neurovascular areas.
How can this new approach help your daily practice?
- To improve musculoskeletal and joint pain such as neuropathies, discopathies, osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis and post-traumatic injuries.
- To enhance physical and emotional deterioration caused by chronic pain.
- To make a difference from the very first session with quality results from INDIBA.
- To improve your clinic’s profitability with hands-free treatments: this hands-free equipment will save you time and resources during consultation while offering the INDIBA guarantee of results on pain management.
If you are a physiotherapist curious to discover the new treatment of acute and chronic situations based on high frequency neuromodulation of pain, this may be the webinar you have been waiting for!
Key learnings of the webinar:
- Ethiology of the pain: acute/traumatic pain Vs chronic pain and its impact over the nerve system.
- Introducing Okto, indications-benefits and contraindications.
- Case example in the spine.
- Mechanism of action of the high frequency neuromodulation.
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- She graduated in Physiotherapy in 2002 from Ramon LLull University and then got a Master’s in Osteopathy from the Barcelona School of Osteopathy (EOB) in 2006. Her professional clinical experience is mainly in the private field, both in outpatient care and in the hospital, especially in the field of sports and in traumatology. In May 2016, she joined INDIBA as an international trainer and since 2017, she has been working as an INDIBA ACTIV training manager.