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Chiropractic Treatment - Interferential Current

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Analgesic and disease modifying effects of interferential current in psoriatic a...

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Analgesic and disease modifying effects of interferential current in psoriatic arthritis. August 2006 Walker UA, Uhl M, Weiner SM, Warnatz K, Lange-Nolde A, Dertinger H, Peter HH, Jurenz SA. PubM READ MORE
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16432686...

Lowering of sensory, motor, and pain-tolerance thresholds with burst duration us...

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Lowering of sensory, motor, and pain-tolerance thresholds with burst duration using kilohertz-frequency alternating current electric stimulation. August 2007 Ward AR, Lucas-Toumbourou S PubMed READ MORE
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Interferential therapy: Tips for effective treatment

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Interferential therapy: Tips for effective treatment 2007 by Mitchell Reiff Helium Interferential Therapy: Tips for Effective Treatment Interferential therapy, during the past ten years, has READ MORE
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No Pain, All Gain

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No Pain, All Gain June 2007 by Renee DiIulio Physical Therapy Products Many patients endure pain silently, but they don't always have to. In a special message on pain as an epidemic, Kathryn W READ MORE
http://www.ptproductsonline.com/issues/articles/2007-06_01.asp

Plugging in to Pain

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Plugging in to Pain November 2007 by Ann H. Carlson Rehab Management lectrotherapy modalities have long been a viable option for pain management. Decades ago, many physical therapy offices had READ MORE
http://www.rehabpub.com/issues/articles/2007-11_04.asp

Effectiveness of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and Interferential ...

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Effectiveness of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and Interferential Current in Primary Dysmenorrhea May/June 2007 Nazan Tugay, PT, PhD,T?rkan Akbayrak, PT, PhD,T?rkan Akbayrak, Funda READ MORE
http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1526-4637.2007.0030...
Interferential current is used in chiropractic treatment to restore the health of and modify pain in muscles. It is a safe way to reduce back pain, ankle, wrist, and neck pain, pain from arthritis and repetitive stress, and other forms of muscle pain.
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