Does your back or neck hurt? Do you suffer regularly from migraines or headaches? Or do you have arthritis, sciatica, plantar fasciitis or muscle spasms? Then you might consider a TENS machine.
Our NeuroTrac ™ Rehab TENS and NMES by Verity Medical is a drug free device designed to relieve pain using a low-voltage electrical current.
If you experience pain while undergoing postoperative or injury rehabilitation, our TENS unit can come in handy as it is intended to reduce pain. The NMES mode will help you stimulate your muscles to regain their strength. This kind of treatment can be particularly beneficial if you are unable to train or if you are limited in your movements. Our dual-channel electro-stimulator
You can adjust the settings to change the intensity depending on your needs. The remote hand-held control allows the user to manually trigger muscle contraction and rest time.
The unit is very practical for daily homecare treatments.
The NeuroTrac ™ Rehab TENS and NMES from Verity Medical is a unique treatment to effectively manage pain, prevent muscle wastage and help with muscle rehabilitation. This dual channel electro-stimulator combines TENS and NMES functions. The portable massager penetrates targeted muscle groups through electrical muscle stimulation to speed up neuro-muscular rehabilitation, providing pain relief and muscle strengthening.
What is TENS and NMES?
TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and provides a non-invasive, drug-free method to control long-term pain. The mild electrical impulses are transmitted via electrodes through the skin to change the pain perception. TENS does not cure the physiological condition; it only helps to control the pain perception.
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) or STIM has been used for many years to stimulate muscle and nerve fibres to treat muscle or nerve conditions.
How can the NeuroTrac help you?
This device can support 2 x 4 pads of electrodes to be used at one time, allowing treating a larger/different body area(s) at one time. The remote hand-held control allows the user to manually trigger muscle contraction and rest time when used for rehab applications such as drop foot.
The NeuroTrac ™ Rehab offers a greater level of stimulation with a much better degree of accuracy giving full control of: Pulse width, Pulse rates, ramp up times, ramp down times, work/rest cycles as well as a synchronous or alternating application when two channels are being applied.
Who benefits from the NeuroTrac?
The NeuroTrac Rehab TENS provides pain relief for a wide range of conditions and is suitable for people with:
NMES can be used for :
warm-up muscles prior to exercise, muscle recovery after exercise, muscle training, resistance training, explosive muscle strength training, mass muscle contraction, endurance training, muscle toning, to improve muscle weakness caused by disuse (f.i. arthritis patients).
What are the benefits of the device?
Large press buttons with 19 preset programs and 3 adjustable modes that can be customized to the patient’s impairment, control the operation of the device. The display is large and backlit, making it easy to use.
The device weighs just over 100 gr and fits in your pocket. It is about the same size and weight as a mobile phone.
The unit is very functional for daily homecare treatments.
A special feature is a ‘concealed’ button that allows the healthcare professional to monitor the patient’s compliance at home.
Precaution, don’t use this product if:
Use only as directed. Before using the NeroTrac Rehab from Verity Medical, Bettercaremarket recommends you to seek the advice of your doctor or physiotherapist (or when the symptoms persist).
LCD Display shows intensity, Rate, Pulse width, Time and Program mode
+ = which is Red, - = which is Black
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