Numerous scientific studies have demonstrated that 448 kHz frequency causes effects, such as its normalizing cell function. The frequency also has regenerative, anti-inflammatory, anti-algic and anti-adipogenic effects; as well as stimulating stem cell proliferation* (*In vitro studies). These properties make INDIBA Deep Care one of the most versatile technologies in the medical field.

The benefits of INDIBA ® Deep Care are achieved by ion mobilization. INDIBA stimulates the tissue thanks to an electric current at a very specific speed (448,000 times per second) – 448 kHz. The positive and negative ions in our tissues and intracellular matrix interact in such a way that cells which have an electrical imbalance at the time of tissue damage, re-establish their membrane potential (electrical potential). 

The cell metabolizes more quickly, increasing the demand for oxygen, nutrients and amino acids.  This then causes an increase in blood supply, increasing the microcirculation. The blood flow provides energy to the cell, moisturizes the tissue, stimulates the fibroblasts and generates the necessary collagen for the repair of damaged tissue. The whole process of bio-stimulation, does not require increasing the temperature of the tissue, meaning the tissue isn’t damaged by heat during the process.

Clinical Evidence

Collaboration with prestigious universities, hospitals and research centers has led to more than  300 scientific references of INDIBA® and has generated indexed articles, degree works and doctoral theses that demonstrate the effectiveness and safety of the Proionic® System. The studies support the use of 448 kHz achieving three effects: sub thermal (bio-stimulation), thermal (vascularization) and hyperthermia (hyperactivation) and the subsequent results of improved tissue regeneration, increased cell trophism and increased collagen and elastin synthesis.

(Veltia Clínica & SPA, Comprehensive Clinic of Health and Beauty, Mexico City)

Case study

Abdominoplasty and liposuction with inflammation, oedema and associated fibrosis, the surgical wound shows signs of hypertrophy.

After 8 sessions of treatment (2 per week), healing is observed, scarring hypertrophic signs are diminished as well as a homogenization of the dermal surface and disappearance of the skin folds resulting from the suture.

(María José Sánchez Aesthetic Medical Center, Villena, Alicante)

Case study

Correct revascularization of the skin graft on the dorsum of the first finger of the right hand after 7 sessions of treatment.

(MT Meler, Barcelona)

Case study

A 26-year-old patient with lipoma at the level of the left scapula. 

After 5 sessions of INDIBA (three per week), the lipoma is no longer visible.

(Case INDIBA, SA)

Case study

Diabetic foot with necrotic tissue at the level of the first toe of the right foot prior to surgery.

It was decided to postpone the amputation and establish a regimen of daily sessions with INDIBA. After three months of treatment, amputation is avoided.