Treatment

Accelerate recovery of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries (tendinitis, arthritis, bursitis, desmitis, muscle tears, etc.) Complementary therapy with manual therapy and other therapeutic modalities.

Objectives:

  • Improve blood flow, oxygenation, and tissue flexibility (muscles, ligaments, tendons)
  • Reach deeper areas
  • Immediate post-surgical recovery (compatible with osteosynthesis materials)
  • Quicker wound healing
  • Drainage, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect
  • Improve muscular stability and recovery of mobility in neurological processes affecting the musculoskeletal tissues

Products

AH-100

Our device for small animals. Small and stylish, the AH-100 contains all the protocols and information inside the device. Complement it with a trolley or a transport case.

 

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VET905

Robust and powerful, the VET905 is perfectly suited for the equine environment. It can be complemented with transport options to fulfill your needs.

 

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INDIBA DUAL

A special device for dual practitioners (humans and horses). If you are an ACPAT/SOAP/MCA or BVCA professional, this one is for you!

 

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Indications

Rehabilitation:

  • Tendinitis
  • Desmitis
  • Bursitis
  • Muscle tears
  • Sprains

Accelerated recovery:

  • Post-surgery – arthroscopies, tenectomies, colic, etc.
  • Pain management
  • Fractures and fissures

Results

Before

After

Use of the 448 kHz Radiofrequency for the reabsorption of contusions

ARENA M.1 2019. Veterinary Rehabilitation and Hydrotherapy Center FISIODOG, León, Spain.

3 sessions in 96h

Resources

Events

Attend our webinars, update your knowledge on current techniques and treatments, and learn more about the use of INDIBA Animal Health from other users and clients.

Transport Solutions

Go where you are needed and take your INDIBA with you. Choose the best transport option for you.

Clinical Resources

The effectiveness of our treatments has been proven for many years. Access the most relevant case reports and scientific publications in our Scientific Literature hub.