Interferential therapy, during the past twenty years, has increased in popularity to the point that it is now perhaps the most widely used form of electrotherapy in the United States. First developed in Europe, where this unique form of stimulation has been utilized for numerous indications, interferential units have been marketed since the early 1950's. We here at Advanced Rehab Technologies have had a great deal of experience in using Interferential Stimulators to help patients with pain.High Volt Galvanic Stimulators:
The Micro-Z is a small, lightweight stimulator that allows patients to receive electrotherapeutic treatment in comfort.It is programmed for two treatment protocols, the first is a 30-minute daytime treatment and the second is an eight-hour nighttime treatment that is administered while the patient sleeps. The Micro-Z can be used to treat acute and chronic injuries, to treat sources of pain, to increase circulation while improving range of motion, and to minimize soft tissue atrophy and injury. Its compact size and ease Prizm's Electro-Mesh, Silver-Thera, and Stim-Support garment electrodes, the Micro-Z offers opportunity for rapid patient recovery.T.E.N.S. Unit:
Our Standard T.E.N.S. unit. (Comes w/ a timer built in) TENS units are usually covered by Medicare, and most major insurance companies. TENS" is the acronym for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. A "TENS unit" is a pocket size, portable, battery-operated device that sends electrical impulses to certain parts of the body to block pain signals. The electrical currents produced are mild, but they can prevent pain messages from being transmitted to the brain and may raise the level of endorphins (natural pain killers produced by the brain).
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