Other Electrotherapy Products
PhysioPod UK Ltd are the Exclusive UK & Republic of Ireland distributors for the full range of PHYSIOMED ELEKTROMEDIZIN AG high quality devices, designed for traditional and innovative physical therapy for rehabilitation, sports, aesthetic medicine and veterinary medicine. Please contact PhysioPod™ UK Ltd for brochures and full quote for delivery of these devices within the UK and Ireland.
With its new Evident-Line units, PHYSIOMED sets a new benchmark in classical physical therapy. Whilst PHYSIODYN-Evident offers simultaneous electrotherapy in two completely independent channels, the combination unit IONOSON-Evident additionally features 1 and 3 MHz ultrasound. Comprehensive information, dosage recommendations and application videos support the therapist, and can be viewed on the 8" colour monitor even during treatment at the press of a single button.
The proven PHYSIOMED one-button operation ensures effortless parameter setting and navigation between all menu levels. Treatment suggestions with user-defined filtering options (alphabetised or categorised by body region or desired therapy effect) facilitate start of therapy. Alternatively there is easy access to individually adjustable programs or even previously saved program sequences. So-called "potpourris" enable sequencing of up to five different treatments per memory location and thus ensure a varied and time-saving treatment.
With Evident-Line well proven PHYSIOMED quality meets a plus on therapeutical possibilities as well as trend-setting design.
CON-TREX® modules are biomechanical testing, training and therapy machines for rehabilitation, sport and research. They work in isokinetic, isometric and isotonic movement modes as well as with continuous passive motion (CPM), freely definable position profiles and bio-feedback.
CON-TREX® MJ NEURO
CON-TREX® MJ ORTHOSPORTS
CON-TREX® MJ SCIENCE
CON-TREX® MJ WORKS
CON-TREX® TP 1000
CON-TREX® TP 500
CON-TREX® WS NEURO
CON-TREX® WS ORTHOSPORTS
CON-TREX® WS SCIENCE
CON-TREX® WS WORKS
Shockwave energy is generated by several hundred piezoceramic crystals mounted in an applicator. The crystals are arranged as a mosaic and are precisely aligned with the therapy focus. When excited by a high-voltage pulse, the piezoceramic elements expand briefly along their axis by a few micrometers, creating a shockwave. A characteristic of piezoelectric shockwaves is that they can be precisely focused to achieve their maximum efficacy at the point of focus of the therapy. The large diameter and concomitant large aperture angle of the applicators ensure that the energy density on the skin surface is low, consequently minimizing pain on it. Shockwave therapy is successfully used for high efficient, non-surgical treatment of chronical painful conditions of the musculoskeletal system. One large treatment area is the therapy of myofascial pain syndrome, injury to muscle, trigger points and acute and chronic sports injuries.
Cryotherapy is based on surface cooling and uses low temperatures to reduce tissue temperature. Cryotherapy incorporates the use of a continuously cooled stream of air with a constant temperature range, which results in a range of thermoregulatory effects that are desirable for various indications, including acute and chronic pain as well as rheumatism.
The therapeutic effect of laser therapy is athermal and is based on photobiological effects. Laser light is applied by laser shower (larger surfaces) or laser pen (key point treatment, laserpuncture).
Vacuum application units may be combined with electrotherapy units. They provide an application of electrotherapy through suction electrodes. In conjunction with special suctionwave cups they are also suitable for suctionwave massage.
Combined therapy units allow for electro- and ultrasound therapy in one space- and cost-saving device. They facilitate so-called simultaneous treatments, i.e. concomitant application of electrical stimulation and ultrasound, with cumulative therapy effect.
Ultrasound therapy units allow for the application of therapeutic ultrasound through ultrasound transducers.
Electrotherapy units feature medium- and/or low-frequency currents for electrical stimulation. Some units also allow for electrodiagnostic measurements.
Therapy with short waves is associated with high frequency therapy. In shortwave therapy warmth is created in the tissue. Electric and magnetic fields are also used. Short waves are applied either using the 'capacitor field method' or the 'coil method', using special electrodes.
Therapy with microwaves is associated with high frequency therapy. The different frequencies used in high frequency therapy have in common the fact
that warmth is created in the tissue under their influence. Microwaves are applied using the 'radiation field method' by means of various applicators.
With therapeutic magnetic field devices, pulsating magnetic fields can be applied at various frequencies and intensities. Coils and applicators of different sizes can also be used.
Electrode-free electrotherapy in handbag format. High-dose pulse magnetic fields are generated using an innovative process. The fields act as the transfer medium for electrical treatment fields. They are physiologically effective even at a tissue depth of up to 3-4 cm. MAGCELL® offers new possible applications through very short treatment times and simple, mobile treatment.
The innovative, user-friendly device concept for effective psoriasis therapy. Gentle – free of side-effects – clinically tested