Diadynamic currents are formed by waves with unidirectional and always positive pulses, these waves are obtained by modifying the low frequency sinusoidal current and combining them and modulating them with each other.
The therapeutic effects of diadinamic currents are different and can be analgesic, trophic and excitomotoric.
Therapy with diadinamic currents is done by two electrodes: one located in the area of most pain, the other in the immediate vicinity.
Diadynamic currents are adjusted based on the patient’s sensations indicating the threshold of perception of the stimulus and the threshold of pain and not exceeding 10 minutes of sitting. They are indicated for tendinitis cases:
For painful postures and joint trauma, for acute and chronic arthropathies and for muscle algae. Therapy is contraindicated, following the physician’s opinion, for patients with peace-maker and pregnancy