IF stimulation, an FDA approved process, crosses two electric impulses of alternating current for additional impact at the intersection of the electrical paths. IF stimulation is typically used to manage deep chronic pain and inflammation. In contrast, High Voltage Galvanic Stimulation (HVGS) applies direct current, and is most often used to stimulate soft tissue healing for major tissue trauma with swelling and/or bleeding.
The CS6101 Interferential Stimulator was specifically designed for the health care market. The unit incorporates interferential and NMS protocols, and was built to provide a portable user-friendly experience for the patient, while offering a myriad of possibilities for the clinician.