Conservative management of canine cranial cruciate ligament injury

CASE STUDY: Using INDIBA small animal device by Polly Hutson MSc, BSc(hons) physiotherapy ACPAT A and RAMP There are a wide variety of electrophysical agents used by animal physiotherapists to manage injuries and pain. This case study uses INIDIBA radiofrequency to conservatively manage a canine cruciate ligament (CCL) injury. INDIBA delivers an effective, comfortable and safe treatment to animals. It works at a fixed electromagnetic radio frequency of 448 kHz, the optimum frequency based on published research. It’s applied to the animal via an active electrode in a closed circuit with a fixed ‘return’ electrode. The power of the device...

Interested in the rest of this article?

To access ALL of our amazing content please log in or subscribe.