A treatment modality for inflamed joint and/or various soft and connective tissues. It can be utilized as a substitute to steroid injections and other anti-inflammatory treatments. Iontophoresis has been used effectively to treat tendonitis, bursitis, and arthritis. An electrical stimulator and electrodes (containing anti-inflammatory medication) produce a small electrical current which is placed over injured tissue(s). When the current is turned on the medication is pushed away from the electrode and into the affected area. Iontophoresis requires a specific prescription from a Medical Doctor because of the medication being applied. Iontophoresis is not covered by most insurance companies and therefore a surcharge may be applied to receive this treatment.