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Interferential Current Therapy (IFT)

Interfercial Current Theropy is an Electrical Modality that applies current at around 4000 Hz through the affected area of patient.

Four electrodes are places in such a way that allows two currents to cross each other and penetrate deep within a joint or body area.

  • Pain Relief
  • Increase in blood flow to promote tissue healing
  • Radius Nailing/Plating
  • Reduce swelling/inflammation
  • Muscle stimulation to actiavate weak muscle and overcome muscle inhibition caused by injury
  • Oedeama
  • Haematoma
  • Trigger spot in myofacial syndrome
  • Stress incontinence
  • Arthiritis
  • Neuralgia
  • Sports Injury


The purpose of traction is to : Regain normal length and alignment of involved bone Lessen or eliminate muscle spasms Relieve pressure on nerves, especially spinal nerves Prevent or reduce skeletal deformities or muscle contractures To provide a fusiform tamponade around a bleeding vessel


  • Cervical Spondylysis
  • Lumber Spondylysis
  • Spinal Muscle spasm
  • Slip disc problem



  • Injuries
  • Scar Healing
  • Swelling
  • Local Point Pain
  • Increse Blood Circulations

Paraffin Wax Bath (PWB)

Wax bath physiotherapy, using paraffin wax, is one of the most effective ways of applying heat to improve joint mobility by warming the connective tissues. It is mainly used for painful hands and feet and is used by our physiotherapists in conjunction with gentle mobilising techniques and a tailored exercise programme.

It is ideal for pain relief and maintaining movement in arthritis as well as for post-traumatic stiff hands. These common conditions cause pain and disability.

Paraffin wax is obtained from refined mineral crude oil. It is a non toxic substance and does not cause any adverse reaction when it comes in contact with skin. As it has a very low melting temperature (48°C-90C). It is not going to cause any burns or blisters, and does not get stuck to the skin as well.

Warm wax has several benefits. It helps to bring down the aches and pains of the body, relaxes sore and tired muscles and hydrates the skin making it soft and smooth.

Chronic Pain and Arthritis Relief Musculoskeletal conditions that are longstanding often benefit from heat therapy, such as paraffin wax treatments. Besides keeping joints mobile, paraffin wax helps reduce chronic pain associated with fibromyalgia, strains, sprains and muscle spasms. Rheumatoid arthritis and Sudecks atrophy sufferers can also get relief.

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is the use of electric current produced by a device to excite the nerves for therapeutic constancies.

We will connect the TENS unit to the skin using two or more electrodes.

We usually use TENS for nerve related to acute and chronic pain conditions.

TENS machines serve by sending stimulating pulses across the surface of the skin and along the nerve strands. The exciting pulses help prevent pain signals from reaching the brain.

  • Arthritis
  • Pelvic pain caused by endometriosis
  • Knee pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Post-traumatic and post-surgical pain (acute and chronic)
  • Phantom pain
  • Causalgia (nerve pain)
  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Post-herpetic pain

Continuous Passive Motion (CPM)

Recovering normal joint mobility after surgery can be a significant challenge. The stiffness of a joint can be a complication that limits outcomes and causes pain.

After surgery for knee replacement, ACL reconstruction, and frozen shoulder surgery, a stiff joint can be a major complication. Therefore, some surgeons use a CPM to try to prevent scar tissue formation and improve the joint mobility.

  • Knee Replacement
  • Fracture (including kneecap, tibia plateau, thigh bone etc.) Arthritis
  • Hip surgery
  • Ligaments Operated
  • Procedure arthroscopically, burn, joint sepsis


Cryotherapy, also known as ice application, is the simplest and oldest way to treat injuries. Its worldwide use spread because of its effectiveness, convenience, low cost and ease of transportation. Ice is believed to control pain by instigating local anaesthesia. It also decreases oedema, nerve conduction velocities, cellular metabolism and local blood flow. The effect of the cryotherapy depends on the method, the duration, temperature of the ice and the depth of the subcutaneous fat.

  • Acute Paine
  • Chronic Pain
  • Acute Swelling
  • Myofacial trigger points
  • Muscle guarding
  • Muscle Spasm
  • Acute muscle strain
  • Acute ligament sprain
  • Acute contusion
  • Bursitis
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Delayed onset muscle soreness

Muscle Stimulator

EMS is used for rehabilitation purposes, for instance in physical therapy in the prevention muscle atrophy due to inactivity or neuromuscular imbalance, which can occur for example after musculoskeletal injuries (damage to bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons). This is distinct from transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), in which an electric current is used for pain therapy.

In EMS training few muscular groups are targeted at the same time, for specific training goals


  • Relaxing muscles spasms
  • Preventing or slowing tissue atrophy due to disuse
  • Increasing blood circulation
  • Re-educating muscles
  • Maintaining or increasing range of motion
  • Reducing symptomatic, chronic, intractable pain
  • Lowering acute pain related to trauma
  • Lessening acute pain related to surgery