Radio Frequency Ablator (RFA)

Radiofrequency ablation is one of the recent methods used for ablating nerves at joints like shoulder joints, knee joints, facet (spine), sport and many other joint. It is also used for neuralgic pain, head and neck examination, trigeminal neuralgia.

  • Healing process can take up to 2-4 weeks
  • Safe and effective way to treat some forms of pain
  • Best for Arthritis Back, Neck, & Joint Pain

Platelet Rich Plasma Machine (PRP)

PRP has come in a huge way for a cheaper alternative for tissue growth. Most famous is the great tennis star Rafael Nadal who was given PRP for tennis elbow.

  • PRP therapy is a three-step process
  • Used for muscle, tendon problems, and joint pathologies. In the recent trend it is also used for hair growth, diabetic ulcers etc
  • Generally, reduction in pain will be noticed in about 2-6 weeks

Equipment for Interventional (Ozone)

Ozone Therapy stimulates the uptake of oxygen by stimulating the DPG enzyme. The DPG enzyme supports the release of oxygen from the hemoglobin molecule so that it can be used by the cell. When cells get the optimal amount of oxygen and function properly, they help to prevent or inhibit disease. Used in most of osteoarthritis joints like knee joint, hip joint, shoulder, etc. It is also used in early stages of intervertebral disc prolapse.

  • Strengthening the immune system and prevents infections
  • Stimulates white blood cells
  • Destroys fungi, bacteria and viruses

Interferential Therapy (IFT / IFC)

Interferential therapy (IFT) is a commonly used modality in physiotherapy practice for pain relief. It is used to treat muscular paroxysm, injury, and promoting soft tissue healing.

  • Reduces or eliminates pain safely.
  • Restores lost movement and improves restricted movements and coordination.
  • Noticeable decrease in swelling and inflammation.

Ultrasound Therapy

Therapeutic ultrasound is a treatment modality commonly used in physical therapy. It is used to provide deep heating to soft tissues in the body. These tissues include muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments.

  • Increase in local blood flow can be used to help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation.
  • Promote tissue healing
  • Mainly used for musculoskeletal problems like inflammation from injuries (sprains, tendinitis, bursitis).

Physical Therapy Parallel Bars

Parallel bars are medical devices specifically used in physical and occupational rehabilitation therapy to assist individuals to re-learn to walk and for gait training, as well as to regain balance, strength, range of motion, and mobility.

  • Helps people regain their strength, balance, range of motion, and independence
  • Improves a patient’s ability to walk independently or with assistance.
  • Vitally important for gait training. Gait training can help patients regain their normal ambulatory motion.