TECAR therapy, or "capacitive and resistive electric transfer," works by generating physiological activation in the internal tissues of the body through three reactions: microcirculation, vasodilation, and temperature increase.
TECAR Therapy is a combination of contact diathermy and electrotherapy. It is a medical practice that applies electromagnetic energy to biological tissue. The applied electromagnetic frequency comes from the radiofrequency spectrum. Unlike electrotherapy, it does not cause muscle contraction. The therapeutic wavelength spectrum ranges from 300 kHz to 1.2 MHz.
It activates the treated area by: