Magnetic Therapy Ring Physiotherapy Device,
5T Muscle Stimulation Physiotherapy Device
Portable Magnetic Therapy Ring Physiotherapy Device
Electromagnet: The magnetic field intensity in an electromagnet changes, and a magnetic field is generated when current passes through a coil containing magnetic materials. Devices with electromagnets are sold for health purposes. The types of electromagnets studied for pain or healing include pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) and its subtypes, including repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation. Current research suggests that electromagnetic field therapy can alleviate various musculoskeletal pain and improve the function of some osteoarthritis patients, despite mixed data. Electromagnetism seems to be safe for the treatment of pain.
1. The operating time of the machine in independent working mode is adjustable from 1 to 30 minutes.
2. The output frequency of the physical therapy instrument is 1-50Hz; Adjustable.
3. The pulse electromagnetic intensity output by physical therapy equipment is divided into 10 levels, and when the threshold is 100%, the peak magnetic field intensity reaches between 3T-5T.
4. The working modes are divided into: intelligent automatic mode and professional manual mode output
6. The physical therapy instrument has a manual pause function.
5. This physiotherapy device supports 9 parts of the shoulder, arms, thighs, knees, back, waist, buttocks, hands, and calves. Different parts output specific frequency, pulse width, and rise time pulses to achieve the effect of physical therapy.
7. The physical therapy instrument adopts water cooling for heat dissipation.
8. There is a protective device inside the machine that automatically stops working when an abnormality is detected.
1. Sports injury
2. Hip muscle strain
3. Fascia inflammation
4. Myositis, periostitis, bursitis, synovitis, cysts
5. Pain and arthritis in the neck, shoulders, waist, and legs;
6. Frozen shoulders and neck pain
7. Lumbar disc herniation
8. Pain syndrome composed of the above symptoms
9. Others (such as mild tennis elbow and golf elbow)
Contact Person: Mr. Frank