INDIBA Treatment

Helping Your Foot and Ankle Pain in Fort Collins!

What’s INDIBA Treatment?

The INDIBA treatment is a radiofrequency treatment and physiotherapy technique that can provide healing in tissue and joints that have been affected by an injury or a degenerative disease. This treatment, like many other regenerative medicine treatments that we provide here at Hecker Sports and Regenerative Medicine®, is non-invasive and can help with post-injury complications to improve and enhance the recovery period in order to have the body healing the right way.

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Some of the uses for the INDIBA treatment:

  • Pain management

  • Optimize healing

  • Physiotherapy

  • Physio aesthetics

  • Help with recovery

  • Sport therapy

  • Enhance sports performance

  • And more!

Advantages of Our INDIBA and Regenerative Medicine Treatments

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Most regenerative medicine procedures are non-surgical

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Can Prevent Surgeries

An early assessment of the condition and treatment with the right procedures can prevent the need for surgery

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Stimulates Tissue

It can improve the recovery of tissue thanks to improved circulation in the affected areas

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Shortens Recovery Time

Regenerative medicine is often used by athletes in order to recover faster and get back to the activities or sports they love

How Does INDIBA Work?

The INDIBA machine produces an electrical charge at 448 kHz that stimulates the tissue and affected areas to regenerate faster by increasing blood flow. This increased blood flow increases oxygen and nutrient delivery to the area. You can trust the expert at Hecker Sports and Regenerative Medicine® to assess your condition and to find the right procedure for you, whether that is the INDIBA treatment or any of our other treatments.

Telemedicine Is Here!

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If you feel like you don’t want to leave your home, or you can’t leave for whatever reason, you now can use our telemedicine services!

Dr. Hecker and the experts at our practice will set up an appointment with you to go through your concerns and come up with the right solution that will help you most in the long run. All you need is a device with a camera, an internet connection, and the ambition to get better — leave the rest to us!


Conditions We Treat

Non-Surgical INDIBA Treatments

Our INDIBA® treatments, like all of our other regenerative medicine procedures, are non-invasive and non-surgical. This provides an adequate solution to your foot and ankle problems without the need to go through painful surgery or having to spend long periods resting to recover.

The way INDIBA works is by increasing the blood flow and heat in the treated areas by generating displacement currents from the radio-frequency waves (448kHz) for the body’s typical electric charges. This process stimulates the affected tissue and activates your body’s natural repair, anti-inflammatory, and healing processes to allow your muscles, joints, tendons and bone tissue to recover the right way.


INDIBA Helps By:

  • Diminishing inflammation

  • Stimulating circulation

  • Reducing pain

  • Decreasing swelling

The INDIBA therapy is used by many elite teams everywhere to provide a helpful solution that can maintain the health of athletes by dealing with both chronic and acute conditions. The bio-stimulation provided by the INDIBA therapy can be used to treat the injured area and enable regeneration almost immediately after its application.

By using INDIBA Activ you can increase deep blood flow by 79% and have a significant increase of tissue temperature which lasts well beyond the treatment time (Kumaran & Watson 2018, Kumaran et al 2017).

Sport and Regenerative Medicine in Fort Collins

At Hecker Sports and Regenerative Medicine®, you are always our first priority and we strive to provide you with the most advanced, non-invasive procedures available. We want to make sure that you are improving and that your body is actually recovering the way it’s intended.

Dr. Hecker provides regenerative medicine for people from every walks of life. After many years of treating patients with non-invasive procedures, Dr. Hecker has helped many people reduce their pain levels while helping them participate in the activities that are important to them.

If you have been dealing with foot or ankle pain from new or old injuries, have been thinking about going through surgery, or you’re experiencing discomfort that is getting more and more noticeable, contact our staff and we will be more than happy to set up an appointment to start helping you as soon as possible!


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