When we provide IFC treatments to our patients in the Barrie, ON area, we place electrodes directly on the skin near the injured body part.
Inferential current stimulation therapy, or IFC, can be a very helpful treatment modality for those who suffer from a variety of different conditions, including stiff joints, cumulative trauma disorders, muscular disorders, joint injuries, body pain, and more. This therapy option is ultimately designed to accelerate the self-healing process and relieve pain, helping you get back to a pain-free, healthy state.
If you are an interested in IFC, turn to us at Innisfil Wellness Centre. At our wellness centre that serves the Barrie, Ontario area, we are proud to offer this treatment option and would be more than happy to consider including it in your personal treatment plan.
When we provide IFC treatments, we place electrodes directly onto the skin near the injured body part. An interferential current device then distributes electrical impulses throughout the skin, stimulating the tissues and nerves that are responsible for healing the body. These impulses are not painful, and many people describe having a tingling sensation on their skin as they undergo this form of therapy. We are strong believers in IFC therapy because it has been proven to:
- Reduce swelling and inflammation in injured areas of the body
- Safely reduce or eliminate pain
- Stimulate hormones that can prompt the healing process
- Restore movement to injured body parts
If you would like to know more about IFC and how it could help you improve your overall wellbeing, please contact us at Innisfil Wellness Centre today. We are committed to helping you feel your best inside and out.
**Please note that we are taking every effort to keep our clinic clean and safe for everyone, including our staff and patients** We will be screening patients. If you have traveled internationally (last 14 days) and/or have had direct contact with a positive or probable case of COVID-19, please reschedule your appointment. If you have a high fever, cough and shortness of breath (cold-like) please contact us via phone or email to determine if your appointment with us needs to be rescheduled or need to be referred to your medical doctor or hospital for further investigation. If none of these apply to you, there is no need for concern and your appointment will remain unchanged.