|Place of Origin:||Guangdong China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 piece|
|Packaging Details:||Carton packing|
|Delivery Time:||5-10 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||50000000 piece/per month|
|RF Type:||Monopolar Rf/capacitive/resistive Rf||CET RF Tips:||4pcs|
|RET RF Tips:||4pcs||Carrier Frequency:||300KHZ-500KHZ|
|Maximum Intensity:||80Ma RMS||Treatment Time:||0-60 Minutes|
|Function 1:||Pain Relief/ Sport Injury Recovery||Function 2:||Body Slimming/face Lifting|
Physical Clinic Tecar 3.0 Indiba Equipment Pain relief
|Product name||Tecar 3.0|
|Technology||CET RET RF|
|CET RF materail||ceramics|
|RET RF material||stainless steel|
|Application||Beauty salon/ clinic|
|Feature||Body pain body slimming|
How tecar working?
The Heat That Regenerates
Tecar is an innovative manual therapy, supported by a unique technology that allows a treatment of the pathologies of locomotion from the inside of the tissue, acute and chronic illnesses, compared to other traditional therapies reducing very significantly the time of recovery.
The Tecartherapy is a new form of therapy through the transfer of energy without the use of radiant energy
from the outside, reactivating energy and promoting the natural physiological anti-inflammatory and regenerating processes. In the treatment the body is active, not passive.
TECAR 3.0 is the most comprehensive, powerful and versatile machine in the range of diathermy machines.
TECAR 3.0 operates in capacitive and resistive mode for the treatment of pain and both chronic and acute disorders of osteoarticular and muscular system. The principle on which it is based is that of endogenous heat, produced with high frequency currents, which heal your body using your internal energies and the natural self-regeneration mechanisms of tissues and muscles.
The Capacitive Method uses a plate and an insulated electrode to treat tissues that have low resistance to current: skin, connective tissue, circulatory system, lymphatic system. The insulated active electrode generates a charge movement, mainly in the underlying tissues, in which the therapeutic action is focused.
Indications: Starting Phase Of The Treatment | Surface Therapeutic Action | Treatment Of Soft And Hydrated Tissues
The Resistive Method is performed with non-insulated electrodes and is indicated for the treatment of highly resistant tissues: bones, cartilages, tendons, ligaments, fascias and fibrotic tissues. With this method it is possible to focus the therapeutic action on a given body part by placing the electrodes properly: the therapeutic action will develop along the current path between the electrodes.
Indications: Deep And Localized Treatments For Articulations, Muscles And Tendons.
The precise and aimed effect of the Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy on the hypertonic muscle fibers causes their immediate relaxation. The effect of myorelaxation is primarily based on vasodilation, which occurs immediately during the therapy and is responsible for higher supply of nutrients into the tissue.
Tissue Regenration and Healing
The improvement of tissue metabolism is a natural and valuable secondary outcome of the therapy. It leads to faster healing of the traumatized soft tissue and faster reabsorption of post-injury haematomas.
The walls of the arterioles are enlarged and the precapillary sphincters relaxed, allowing increased local blood perfusion. This leads to an increase of the lymphatic processes (drainage) and subsequently to reduction of the edema.
The principal effect of the Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy–the pain relief–results from muscle relaxation, edema reduction, tissue regeneration and healing.
1)various muscular pathologies (contracture, muscle tears, bruises and swelling)
2)injuries, osteoarticular distractions and wear
of the joints (shoulder, hip, knee, ankle joints)
3)pathology of the elbow, wrist and arm (epicondylitis, tendinitis, carpal
4)cervical, thoracic and lumbar pathology
5)inflammation and damage to the Achilles tendon, and patellar ligament
6)tendonitis and calcination in the area of the shoulder joint acute and chronic edema