INDIBA® Animal Health uses the monopolar radio frequency CAP/RES technology at a constant frequency of 448 kHz, which gives it unique properties that allow to generate thermal and subthermal effects that accelerate tissue recovery *.

*vs. Other techniques and treatments.

INDIBA® Animal Health is a tool that can be combined with any other therapeutic technique such as manual therapy, plus the exercises performed are more effective as it produces relaxation on the animal and improves tissue irrigation, elasticity, and cell regeneration capacity.

It is a therapeutic tool that allows to rehabilitate and recover injuries, either by the conservative method or as post-surgical therapy, in a markedly reduced time and with the least recurrence possible, due to its biostimulating effects at the cellular level that allow the generation of healthy tissue.

The 448 kHz frequency also permits the user to work without increasing the temperature of the tissue (biostimulation), allowing treatments to be initiated in acute stages or in situations in which the hyperthermia is contraindicated (for example, edema).

Efficiency and safety:

INDIBA®’s technology works in a closed circuit that naturally stimulates the regenerative processes of the body, allowing it to treat tissues in great depth without being invasive or painful to the animal.

Safe to use on:

  • Metal implants
  • Edema (non-infectious)
  • Oncology patients
  • Wound treatment
  • Thyroid gland

Specifically in veterinary medicine, our studies have been carried out in horses and pets with extraordinary results on the recovery of injuries and the management of pain.

Case study

Radio frequency at 448 kHz for the treatment of muscle spasticity in a dog with C2-C3 spinal cord injury

Canine patient with C2-C3 stenosis with tetraparesis and muscle spasticity. Treatment with radiofrequency at 448 kHz with reduction of pain and spasticity and recovery of muscle atrophy and motor skills.

Key points

  • Cervical stenosis
  • Tetraparesis and ataxia
  • Cervical pain
  • Atrophy and muscular spasticity
  • Recovery of motor control and pain reduction

Case study

Treatment of neck contusion signs in a dog with monopolar radio frequency at 448 kHz

Canine patient of 3 kg with cervical lesion due to contusion with lateralisation, proprioceptive deficit, increased spinal reflexes and cervical stiffness with favorable evolution after radiofrequency treatment at 448 kHz.

Key points

  • Post-traumatic cervical contusion
  • Proprioceptive deficit with increased spinal reflexes
  • Cervical stiffness
  • Pain management

Case study

Treatment of pain in canine osteoarthrosis with radio frequency therapy at 448 kHz. A comparison of 5 clinical cases

Michela Arena, 2018

After 5 sessions with radio frequency at 448 kHz in 5 canine patients of large and giant breed with OA in different joints, an improvement of their quality of life due to pain relieve and an increase in the ROM of their affected joints has been observed.

Key points

  • Osteoarthrosis
  • Coxo-femoral, elbow, knee joint
  • ROM
  • Pain relief and quality of life improvement

Case study

Treatment of neck contusion signs in a dog with monopolar radio frequency at 448 kHz

Michela Arena, 2018

Canine patient of 3 kg with cervical lesion due to contusion with lateralization, proprioceptive deficit, increased spinal reflexes and cervical stiffness with favorable evolution after radio frequency treatment at 448 kHz. 

Key points

  • Post-traumatic cervical contusion
  • Proprioceptive deficit with increased spinal reflexes
  • Cervical stiffness
  • Pain management

Case study

Treatment of pain in canine osteoarthrosis with radio frequency therapy at 448 kHz. A comparison of 5 clinical cases

Michela Arena, 2018

After 5 sessions with radio frequency at 448 kHz in 5 canine patients of large and giant breed with OA in different joints, an improvement of their quality of life due to pain relieve and an increase in the ROM of their affected joints has been observed.

Key points

  • Osteoarthrosis
  • Coxo-femoral, elbow, knee joint
  • ROM
  • Pain relief and quality of life improvement

 

Case study

Use of capacitive/resistive monopolar radio frequency at 448 kHz in the treatment of wounds due to trauma on the mid face of the pastern of the foot of a horse

Campos, J. et al., 2018

Chronic traumatic wound at the pastern with abundant granulation tissue treated with radio frequency at 448 kHz had favorable evolution after 8 sessions.

Key points

  • Pastern joint
  • Chronic wound
  • Healing

Case study

448 kHz radio frequency in the treatment of tendon and ligament injuries in horses

Argüelles, D. et al., 2018

The treatment of tendino-ligamentous injuries with radiofrequency at 448 kHz in sports horses allows an earlier re-introduction to exercise of these patients, suggesting a reduction in recovery time.

Key points

  • Loss of performance
  • Tendino-ligamentous injuries
  • Acute presentation
  • Race horses
  • Reduced recovery time

Case study

Use of INDIBA® in the treatment of thickening of the rear superficial digital flexor tendon due to tendinitis

Argüelles, D. et al., 2018

The treatment with radio frequency at 448 kHz of a thickening of the superficial digital flexor tendon after tendinitis leads to a reduction of the thickening of the tissue and a better alignment of the tendinous fibers.

Key points

  • Tendinitis in the superficial digital tendon flexor with fiber breakage
  • Reduce tissue thickening
  • Improve tendon fiber alignment

Case study

Monopolar capacitive/resistive radio frequency at 448 kHz in the treatment of disorders of the superficial flexor tendon in horses. Clinical case.

Campos, J. et al., 2018

Effectiveness, safety and harmlessness of radiofrequency treatment at 448 kHz of a superficial digital flexor tendon (SDFT) tendinopathy, both in the acute and chronic phases. The anti-inflammatory effect, the organized and consistent regeneration of tendon fibers, as well as the good tolerance on the part of the animal is verified.

Key points

  • Effectiveness, safety and harmlessness
  • Tendinopathy of the SDFT in acute and chronic phase
  • Anti-inflammatory effect
  • Regeneration of tendon fibers

Case study

INDIBA® in the treatment of tendon injuries in the horse

Muñoz, A. et al., 2018

Radio frequency treatment at 448 kHz in the treatment of tendon injury in the horse with a regeneration effect of the damaged tissue, shortening the healing time of the same respect to habitual treatments of This pathology with non-invasive therapies.

Key points

  • Lesión Tendencyasa
  • Regeneration of damaged tissue
  • Shortening recovery time

Case study

Use of monopolar capacitive/resistive radio frequency at 448 kHz in the treatment of a third metatarsal fracture in a horse

Campos, J. et al., 2018

Treatment with radio frequency at 448 kHz of a third metatarsal fracture with the objective of achieving the effects of biostimulation, vascularization and hyperactivation that this current generates on the tissue.

Key points

  • Fissure III, metatarsal
  • Effect of biostimulation, vascularization and hyperactivation
  • Subthermal treatment
  • Inflammation drainage

Case study

Jumping trauma lameness recovery with 448 kHz radio frequency. Case report.

Snyder, J., 2019

Post-traumatic injury in a show jumping horse with 6 month of evolution and no improvement was treated with radio frequency at 448 kHz, obtaining improvement on lameness and return to activity.

Key points

  • Post-traumatic injury
  • Proximal interphalangeal joint
  • Jumping horse