Short wave diathermy

Short wave diathermy uses electromagnetic radio waves to convert energy into deep heat. High-frequency electric current is used to target tissue. This current can reach tissue as deep as two inches below the skin's surface. Heat is not applied directly to the skin, instead the body generates its own heat through the waves produced by the diathermy machine.

These waves are used to treat pain from kidney stones and pelvic inflammatory disease, as well as conditions that cause pain and muscle spasms such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. The usage of heat to treat injuries can help increase blood flow, minimize inflammation and accelerate healing by increasing blood flow.


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