Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are two joint conditions that frequently respond to the therapeutic technique of diathermy. Using electrical pulses to generate heat is known as diathermy. Shortwave, microwave, or ultrasound are used to deliver a high-frequency electric current during diathermy, which can produce intense heat in body tissues. Heat can be applied to reduce pain and/or boost circulation. Additionally, shortwave diathermy has medical applications in the treatment of harmed tissues and the unwinding of muscles. Short-Wave Diathermy uses an electric pulse to target specific tissues and generate heat up to two inches beneath the skin's surface. Despite not directly applying heat to the body, the diathermy machine's current allows the body to produce heat in the region being treated. It is a good option to use for arthritis patients because as the area's temperature rises, blood flow improves, improving flexibility in stiff joints and connective tissue.
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