INDIBA therapy is based on patented radio wave technology and is combined with protocols of therapeutic manipulations and mobilizations to offer faster tissue healing, reduction of pain and short return of the patient to daily life.
Thanks to its clinically proven ability to activate biological mechanisms in thermal and non-thermal ways, INDIBA® treatment is particularly effective in the acute and subacute stage as well as in chronic pathologies in the field of Sports Medicine, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.
The INDIBA treatment It is suitable for the prevention and treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal diseases, as well as the recovery of athletes.
Acute and postoperative injuries:
Elbow epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
Congenital bursitis (frozen shoulder)
Fractures, arthroplasty, etc.
Treatment (removal of edema, increased venous return, removal of metabolic derivatives, etc.).
Bio-feedback is a method of visualizing and training the normal activity that results from the mind-body interface. By using these signals as real-time feedback, people can learn to perceive usually unconscious processes, thus allowing them to self-regulate normal processes to improve their health.
The ultimate goal of biofeedback is to gain more control over normal processes and to influence the behavior that leads to imbalances in these processes. Biofeedback is about achieving optimal health in physical, motor, mental and emotional states. It focuses on treating the cause of the health problems, rather than treating the symptoms.
CIRCULATED UP AND DOWN END
Limb circulation therapy
Limb circulation therapy (press therapy) is a valid therapeutic method to strengthen the proper venous circulation, reducing muscle tension caused by stress or chronic or acute pain: with its special pressing action, it helps in venous return, increasing the flow in tissues and their normal renewal. Circulation therapy can solve the problem of stagnation of blood in damaged blood vessels, or in parts of the body that are not properly nourished. External pressure helps the excess fluid to return to the circulation more easily, to be eliminated properly and quickly, thus helping the proper functioning of the lymphatic system. It is indicated for patients with signs of venous stagnation, venous insufficiency, trophic lesions and varicose veins and in all cases where there is poor venous circulation caused by fatigue and fatigue.
Lymphatic ulcer treatment
Passive compression for venous disorders
Post-operative prophylaxis in venous thrombosis operations
Treatment of venous ulcer
Arm drainage after mastectomy
Hematoma treatment after plastic surgery
Anti-cellulite treatment in the early stages
Recovery of muscle tone in immobilized patients or people with disabilities (in this case, press therapy replaces the classic massage for nutrition therapies)
Electrotherapy is an essential method of treatment not only in orthopedic and neurological cases but in almost the whole range of medicine.
Tens are predominantly analgesic currents and used in
Ligament and muscle injuries
and in the prevention of muscle and degenerative lesions of muscle tissue after prolonged immobilization (eg in the elderly).
Ultrasound is a machine that, thanks to a sensor located on the contact head, converts electricity into mechanical vibrations (sound waves) which will be transmitted to the innermost layers of the skin. It causes analgesia, tissue hyperemia, has a healing and anti-inflammatory effect.
Inflammation of tendons
Heat treatment through much and deep heat. Topical application of heat increases the flexibility of the collagen of the tendons, reduces muscle spasm and stiffness while relieving pain.
Used once the inflammatory phase is complete.
Reduction of pain
Increase in tissue temperature
Increased blood flow
Increase the elasticity of collagen
Reduction of joint stiffness
The effect of short waves is important on the circulatory system, it offers fast wound healing, pain reduction, absorption of swelling and defects.
It is indicated
Ankylosing spondylitis - Bechterew's arthritis
By massage we mean a set of manipulations based on the principles of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology.
Electromassage is a pulse massage device that creates deep hyperemia in the muscle tissues.
Massage is applied to combat
Of back pain
Of neck pain
The Paraffin Bath is a paraffin heating device (candle).
Chronic and acute arthropathy
Treatment of joint stiffness after injury or surgery
Dinolout is part of Hydrotherapy. Increases lymphatic and blood circulation helping to absorb swelling and hematomas, improving joint mobility.
Applying mainly to
Ligament ruptures (eg anterior cleft)
Tendon ruptures (eg Achilles tendon)
Brain Light - Hydrosun® 750 Irradiator
Hydrosun® 750 radiation is the ideal solution in infrared radiation applications such as lipolysis, tissue heating for faster recovery of wounds, inflammation, in many other diseases and in general where increased blood flow is required.
The built-in light source concentrates the light over a wide area, resulting in greater energy transfer to the target area.
With cryotherapy we achieve the fight against inflammation and swelling, but also pain in a way that surpasses the simple application of the usual cold compresses.
Physiotherapy rehabilitation from diseases such as
The HPLB power device is an advanced hospital laser unit state-of-the-art type. It has analgesic, anti-inflammatory and healing effects. The laser has very good results in
Ligament injuries (eg ruptures)
Tendon injuries (eg ruptures)
Muscle injuries (eg fractures)
SHOCKWAVE TREATMENT - Percussive Ultrasound
Percussive ultrasound is a new successful approach in the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal diseases, especially those that do not respond to the traditional methods of treatment. The results of this method show that shock wave therapy provides an improved blood supply to the area of pain and is also, perhaps, the only method that with its application as monotherapy (ie only with shock waves) gives such results in musculoskeletal disorders.
How it is applied
The use of percussive ultrasound is simple. The physiotherapist locates where the pain is coming from, applies gel to the affected area and uses the device on the injured tissues in the area.
Long Term Results
Shock waves affect the function of the cell membrane. As a result, pain sensors no longer produce pain signals. Chronic inflammation turns into acute inflammation that is detected and treated by the body, ie the body's automatic healing mechanisms are activated.
Diseases that can be treated with Shockwave therapy
Heel pain (plantar fasciitis)
Shoulder pain (swivel horseshoe
Jumpers knee syndrome
Tibial extremity syndrome
Tendonitis of the Achilles tendon
Hip tape syndrome
Isokinetic therapy is a revolutionary training method that leads to fast and successful results. Increases muscle strength, where even painful locks can be trained loosely. On support machines, the speed can be adjusted.
The effect of the treatment increases with the effort to train faster. For this reason, the volume can be adjusted specifically for each person. It is a safe type of exercise and an important tool for any treatment.
Applications of isokinization
Isokinetic dynamometers are used to assess muscle function after injury and the effects of a variety of treatment and rehabilitation methods. In addition to evaluating rehabilitation programs, isokinetics is a modern therapeutic method of exercise and strengthening. Its purpose after injury or surgery is to restore normal muscle function to the injured limb that has suffered muscle atrophy.