Electrotherapy has been commonly used in physical therapy for 50 years. It involves stimulating the subcutaneous nerves with a mild electrical to elicit therapeutic affects. In this course you will learn how to use the two most popular electrotherapy modalities – Interferential Current (IFC) and TENS – to help reduce pain, muscle spasm and assist with your drainage techniques.
The course includes Pre-Class study, One day in Class, and Post-class study.
Principles of Electricity
Physiological Effects of Electricity
Characteristics of IFC
Characteristics of TENS
Clinical Application of IFC & TENS
“A great course… very informative and really enjoyed the practical time, I feel very confident for my practice. ”
Toronto Oct 2019