An athlete when injured will try anything to accelerate the natural tissue repair process. INDIBA radiofrequency therapy stimulates tissue repair, which can be combined with manual therapy and other techniques to produce unparalleled results.
INDIBA treatments can begin in the acute stage of an injury; and continuous frequency modulation ensures there is a bio-stimulation effect without inducing heat into the tissue.
In chronic situations, by using INDIBA, deep blood flow can be increased by 79%, with a significant increase of tissue temperature, lasting well beyond the treatment time (Kumaran & Watson 2018, Kumaran et al 2017). Leading to increased recovery times and improved sports performance.
AT7 A compact device for big solutions. AT7 is ideal for treating localized treatments in joints, muscles and pelvic health and improving manual results in sport conditions.
CT8 Deliver complex treatments effortlessly. CT8 is a multifunctional device, delivering fast results in the treatment of musculoskeletal and pelvic health conditions related to sports allowing the treatment over all the perineum related structures.
“We use INDIBA in the immediate post-training and match treatment to improve muscle physiological recovery.”
“Apply INDIBA in the daily massage offers us a plus to recover the muscle tone of the riders, it helps us to reduce the inflammation on the legs and provides and extra in the recovery of the muscle injure after the effort.”
“I use the INDIBA device daily, several times a day. I integrate it into my treatments. It allows me to treat the different pathologies that I quite frequently encounter in rheumatology and traumatology (muscle injuries, tendinopathy…).”
Day 1 After the treatment
Sandra Pastor Clinic. Madrid
We believe education is key to using INDIBA. Through our evidence-based approach, you can continuously build on your knowledge in our sport injuries and sport pro courses.
FASCIA Electrodes are used in combination with a new methodology based on the application on specific points where there are tissue restrictons and fascial adhesions along the fascial meridians described by Thomas Myers and Ida Rolf to improve the functionality thanks to the mechanic effect and the vascularization provided by INDIBA current.