INDIBA treatment enables speedy recovery from injury, improves sports performance
INDIBA is the inventor and pioneer of the INDIBA Proionic System, which uses a bespoke 448kHz frequency for active cell therapy. The system is applied in acute, subacute and chronic stages of injury treatment under the INDIBA Activ brand
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Many elite athletes trust the INDIBA brand of physiotherapy devices to maintain their top performance. INDIBA Asia managing director Charles Chin says
athletes such as 10-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal, five-time ITU Triathlon World champion Francisco Javier Gómez Noya, and players from renowned football club Barcelona, national teams and federations including China, are among those who use INDIBA products.
Since athletes are more vulnerable to injury due to intensive training and competitions, the availability of fast and effective treatments is vital. “INDIBA treatments accelerate the healing of injuries,” Chin says. “This enables athletes to get back to the game with shorter downtime. We have cases where the INDIBA treatment prolonged the career lifespan of professional athletes with remarkable recoveries from severe injuries.”
INDIBA is the inventor and pioneer of a one-of-a-kind patented technology – the INDIBA Proionic System, which uses a bespoke 448kHz frequency for INDIBA’s active cell therapy. The system is applied in acute, subacute and chronic stages of injury treatment under the INDIBA Activ brand.
“As a market leader for more than 34 years, we have installed around 19,000 devices globally, and treat more than 120,000 patients daily,” Chin says.
Emphasising the importance of clinical research and continuous development, INDIBA aims to improve its treatment protocols and the efficacy of the treatment and patient experience.
“Unlike other treatments, INDIBA is a painless process besides being safe and effective,” Chin says. “We also value long-term relationships. INDIBA device owners enjoy the benefits of continuous education, updates and business support.”
Headquartered in Barcelona, Spain, INDIBA has expanded into the Asian market by having offices on mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines, among others.
“Our presence in Asia gives us exceptional competitive advantage to serve clients better,” Chin says.