Radiofrequency (RF) and INDIBA’s 448 kHz
Radiofrequency (RF) is a type of electromagnetic current widely used in different areas, including medicine. Depending on the frequency, the current may have different effects and uses. Radiofrequency devices used in the human and veterinary medical fields use a range of frequencies that classically produce a temperature increase (thermal) in the tissues due to a physical effect, called Joule Effect. INDIBA works at the specific fixed frequency of 448 kHz, scientifically proven to produce biological effects (subthermal) unique to this frequency, in addition to the thermal effect.