Tecar

The capacitive/resistive endothermy or dynamic therapy is an endogenous therapy that stimulates the natural reparation processes of the organism by shortening recovery time of muscles and tendons.

The transfer of energy to the body occurs through the creation of an electromagnetic field that, if properly modulated, allows the operator to act selectively on different depths: dermis, blood and lymphatic vessels, muscular tissue, tendons ligaments, cartilages and bones.

The Tecar has two operating modes: Capacitive and Resistive,
both using insulated electrodes of different sizes and a neutral return board that closes the conducting circuit.
In order for the treatment to be effective, the operator must place said instrument in the proper position.

The CAPACITIVE action focuses on the area under the mobile electrode and it stimulates the soft tissues with a high content of water,
such as the dermis, the lymphatic system, muscles and the venous system.
The RESISTIVE action is carried out effectively on all more “resisting” tissues with a low content of water that are found between the mobile electrode
and the return board, thus obtaining a biological effect on: deep muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and bones.

  • HR Tek

    Tecar-HR-Tek-EME
    • Device with wheels
    • Display Color Touch Screen 8’
    • Peak power 300 W
    • 2 included probes with power adjustment (Resistive and Capacitive)
    • 48 stored protocols, 200 protocols storable in the internal memory and 4gb more in the USB
  • HR Tek Desk

    Tecar-HR-Tek-Desk-EME
    • Desktop device
    • Display Color Touch Screen 8′
    • Peak power 250 W
    • 2 included probes with power adjustment (Resistive and Capacitive)
    • 48 stored protocols, 200 protocols storable in the internal memory and 4gb more in the USB

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When must Tecar be used?

  • Acceleration of the warming up before physical activity
  • Maintaining of the athletic preparation
  • Muscle warming
  • Preventive physiotherapy
  • Preparation for massages
  • Preparation for kinesiotherapy
  • Muscular cooling down
  • Passive muscle toning
  • Sport traumatology: carpal tunnel syndrome, impingement syndrome,contractures, bruises, joint dislocations, muscular strains, tendinitis, osteitis pubis
  • Sprains

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