Diadynamic currents

Diadynamic currents arise as a result of the rectification of alternating sinusoidal currents with a frequency of 50 Hz. Diadynamic currents are derived from two basic impulse currents with a frequency of 40 and 100 Hz. With the alternating use of these currents in appropriate time ratios, modulation and interuption the following types of currents are produced: DF, MF, CP, LP, RS i MM. These currents can be used individually or in various combinations. Diadynamic currents have a strong analgesic effect and cause increased tissue congestion, reduce muscle tension and fascilitate resorption. 

Indications: 
  • Pain syndromes as a result of osteoarthrosis the spine and peripheral joints.
  • Nerve pain;
  • Reynold’s disease; 
  • Periarticular inflammation; 
  • Status post joint, muscle or tendon injuries; 
  • Facial nerve paresis 
  • Herpes zoster (shingles) 
  • frostbite 
  • post trauma edema  
  • muscle atrophy  
  • impaired bone healing
  • peripheral circulatory insufficiency 
  • heamatoma and exudate
Counter-indications:
  • skin inflammation 
  • skin defects 
  • individual hypersensibility to electrical currents 
  • Heart pacemaker
  • Spastic paresis 
  • Cancer 
  • Venous thrombosis  
  • Aterosclerosis
  • Skin sensation disturbances
  • Metal implants in the body
  • Pregnancy 
Description of the treatment: 
 
The patient should remove parts of clothing that could hinder access to the area to be treated as well as all metal jewelry and elastic bands. The patient is placed on a treatment table in a comfortable position that allows for muscle relaxation. The therapist informs the patient of sensations that may occur during the treatment. The treatment lasts for about 5 minutes.

 

Pozostałe strony tego działu

  • Diadynamic currents
  • Galvanization current therapy
  • Interferential currents therapy
  • Ionoforesis
  • Laser light therapy
  • Local laser light therapy
  • Lower extremity current electrostimulation
  • Magnetic field therapy
  • Muscle electrostimulation
  • Phonoforesis (sonotherapy)
  • Pin point laser light therapy
  • Pinpoint cryotherapy
  • Sollux Lamp
  • Stimulation using TENS, KOTZ, TRAEBERT currents
  • TENS currents (Transcutaneous Electical Nerve Stimulation)
  • TRABERT currents
  • Ultrasound
  • Vitafon
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