Biofeedback Biofeedback or electromyography (EMG) is a non-invasive technique used for measuring muscle electrical activity that occurs during muscle contraction and relaxation.
Electrical Stimulation Electrical stimulation or neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) is a technique used to elicit a muscle contraction using electrical impulses. Electrical current is then sent from the unit to the electrodes and delivered into the muscle causing a contraction.
EMG-Triggered Stimulation EMG-Triggered Stimulation is based on the user’s voluntary movement, or intent to move. Electrodes, controlled by a unit, are placed on the skin over a specific area. Once the user attempts to contract his or her muscles and reaches the prescribed threshold, stimulation is triggered (delivered) to the same muscles. Various visual and auditory feedback options monitor the progress.
The Classic Biofeedback / ETS / Stimulation device. A proper tool for training and progress assessment.
Pre-set programmes for Incontinence treatment, Sports and muscular development, neuro-muscular Rehabilitation.
Designed for Physiotherapist in mind to be used as a portable tool. Suitable as a personal trainer for in-clinic or home use (under guidance).
2 channel EMG (Biofeedback) combined with 4 channel NMES (stimulation).
2 channel ETS (EMG triggered stimulation) with stimulation on 4 channels.
Simple single-phase or multiphase operation: multiphase allows EMG/ETS/STIM to be combined in one programme.
Multilingual LCD screen and voice prompts for Biofeedback.
Manual and Automatic threshold control.
EMG Biofeedback between stimulation (muscle activity and tiredness indication when using muscle stimulation).
Stand alone device or used in conjunction with established multilingual software.
Now with Bluetooth connectivity! The unit sends up to 10 metres of wireless data to PC software
For home users: Produces and prints (with the optional PC Software) the comprehensive patient progress reports on a day to day basis providing average readings (2 channels) on work/rest, peak, onset and muscle release times, work and rest deviations and the average mA current.
Used as a learning tool for both patient and clinician with emphasis on improving treatment techniques in the use of EMG and Neuromuscular stimulation.
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