electrotherapy

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Synonyms for electrotherapy

the therapeutic application of electricity to the body (as in the treatment of various forms of paralysis)

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An investigation into the analgesic effects of different frequencies of the amplitude-modulated wave of interferential current therapy on cold-induced pain in normal subjects Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2003:84; 1387-94.
The first group was treated with vacuum and interferential current (VIC) while the second group was given only vacuum treatment (VT).
The Endomed 182 is a device for interferential current therapy with T.
Interferential current is a type of medium frequency currents which is able to reach deep muscles and nerves.
Johnson M, Wilson H (1997): The analgesic effects of different swing patterns of interferential currents on cold-induced pain.