The uses of INDIBA enable the therapeutic management of acute, sub-acute and chronic injuries, either as a conservative or post-surgical method, with reduced recovery time due to its biostimulatory effects.

It can be used as a stand-alone therapy, or complementary to other techniques and treatments. The greatest benefits are obtained when used in combination with manual therapy, as it allows the practitioner to use their techniques at the same time as applying radiofrequency.

Therapeutic effects:

  • Improved blood flow, oxygenation and tissue flexibility (muscles, ligaments, tendons)
  • Reaches deep and difficult to access areas
  • Controls acute and chronic pain
  • Adjunctive in immediate post-surgical recovery (compatible with osteosynthesis materials)
  • Accelerates wound healing time
  • Accelerates tissue repair time
  • Promotes drainage of oedema and bruises
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Improves muscle stability and aids in the recovery of mobility in neurological processes affecting musculoskeletal tissues


  • Tendonitis
  • Desmitis
  • Bursitis
  • Joint degeneration
  • Muscle tears
  • Sprains
  • Wounds and burns(1)
  • Postoperative: arthroscopies, tenotomies, osteosynthesis, general surgery, etc.(2)
  • Pain management and control of inflammation
  • Fractures and fissures


(1) External use only. Use at the edges of the lesion. Do not use if there is infection.

(2) Can be used in the presence of osteosynthesis material.



Use of the 448 kHz Radiofrequency for the reabsorption of contusions

ARENA M.1 2019. Veterinary Rehabilitation and Hydrotherapy Center FISIODOG, León, Spain.

3 sessions in 96h

Injuries in Sports Horses Personal Experiences

Romanò L, Zani DD, Tassan S.


Key Points:

  • 115 sport horses with traumatic tendon, ligament and sheath injuries with lameness of less than 30 days (grade 1 and 2 on a scale from 1 to 5)
  • A minimum of 5 sessions up to a maximum of 10 sessions were conducted every 2–3 days.
  • Significant clinical improvement in both pain and lameness was achieved in 85% of these cases after treatment (30d- follow-up).

Find this and more cases in our section on Scientific Literature

“With INDIBA the treatments are much more effective and you get better results. It does the job better, and it does it faster, so I couldn’t live without it!

Wendy Vaughan
Equine Physiotherapist (United Kingdom)


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