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Intelect® Portable Electrotherapy IFC Unit

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Intelect® Portable Electrotherapy Interferential Current Unit. For symptomatic relief and management of chronic pain and acute post-surgical or post-trauma pain. Includes leadwires, 9-volt battery, Dura-Stick® Self-Adhesive Electrodes and a convenient carrying case.

The basic principle of Interferential Current (IFC) Therapy uses the principle of interference to maximize the current permeating deep into the tissues while minimizing the unwanted stimulation of the cutaneous nerves.

This form of electrotherapy is the most common used by physiotherapists and allied health professionals in the clinic. This unit gives the same results but is designed to be used at home. Many clinicians will also put heat or ice over the pads while the treatment is on to further help reduce the pain and recover from injury. Most clinics put IFC on their patients for approximately 15 minutes at a time.


  • Dual Channel, Manual Selection for two or four Electrodes.
  • Adjustable Pulse Amplitude, Interference Frequency and Difference Frequency parameters.
  • Four stimulation modes (frequency shifts): Continuous, 1/1, 8/8 and 10/10 Ramped.
  • Sliding cover for controls and battery.


  • Intelect Digital IFC Unit – 77719
  • leadwires
  • 9-volt battery
  • Includes 120V AC line cord adapter
  • 1 – 4 pack of 2″ x 2″ DURA-STICK® Self-Adhesive Electrodes
  • Instruction booklet
  • Convenient carrying case


Interferential Current (IFC)

  • Symptomatic relief and management of acute and chronic pain.
  • Increase blood flow to the area of injury to help in the recovery process.
  • Relief of pain associated with arthritis, rotator cuff injuries, upper and lower back injuries, neck pain and injuries such as whiplash, elbow pain,  and general musculature pain

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