|Tecar RET Tecar 7.0
|Tecar RF Type:
|Tecar RF Mode:
|RET RF Tips:
|4 Different Sizes
|RET RF Tips Shape:
|Round , Shape
|RET RF Energy:
|Pulse & Continuous
|ODM / OEM
300W RET Tecar Therapy Machine,
RF Tecar Therapy Machine,
300W Tecar Therapy Machine
RET Tecar Therapy Machine
What Function Could The Tecar Therapy Treatment Machine Treat
|RF treatment Type
|Mono polar RF
|RET RF working mode
|Pulse & Continuous
|RET RF tips
|110-220v 50/60 Hz
What Is Tecar Therapy?
Portable Tecar therapy is a medical practice that applies electromagnetic energy to biological tissues by using non-invasive high frequency current. Since this method stimulates the body’s natural repair mechanisms and promotes cellular exchange, it is widely used in physical therapy, rehabilitation and pain management.
TECAR (Transfer Energy Capacitive And Resistive) therapy, stimulates the transfer of energy within tissues by using a capacitive electrode covered by an insulator and a resistive electrode conductor, following the mechanism of a condenser.
Tecar Therapy plays a fundamental role in the treatment of traumatic pathologies, and allows treatment of sprains and contusions - even in the most acute phases. Fast intervention avoids the formation of extended edimas and, through the absorption of excess liquids by the lymphatic system, reduces pain and swelling. Tecar Therapy, applying its tecar energy to the peripheral circulatory system, allows the reduction of haematomas, and consequently the dangerous phenomenon of calcification of muscular fibres.
There are many causes of dysfunction of the venous and lymphatic system. Inadequate lifestyle and lack of physical movement are the most common causes of water retention, heavy legs, and swollen ankles, until the formation of genuine lymphedema. Tecar Therapy regularizes lymphatic flow within tissues and, by stimulating the lymphatic system, contributes to the reactivation of microcirculation - promoting the collection of excess catabolic liquids, facilitating an efficient draining effect.
How frequently can the patient be treated?
Normally the patient can be treated between 2 to 5 times a week. However, if necessary, more than one treatment can be carried out daily. The professional operator will define the number of treatments most suitable for the patient depending upon the state of the pathology.
How long does the treatment take?
Tecar Therapy treatments can vary in duration from a few minutes to some tens of minutes, depending upon the pathology, the required effect and the size of the area to be treated.