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ULTIMA Neo Green Color-(TENS, EMS, IFC, Micro) Advanced Multi-Mode Stimulator

     
  • ULTIMA Neo Green Color-(TENS, EMS, IFC, Micro) Advanced Multi-Mode Stimulator
  • Product Code: ultima Neo Ten/EMS PMT-UNEO
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  • $215.00
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 One of the best Tens unit , Reccommended By Physiotherapyst AND Chiropractros In Canada

This unit come with Carry case, electrodes, set of Lead wires, rechargeable Battery

Comes with a 3.7 volt type BL-6F lithium battery and charging cradle and power adapter

    • Charges like a camera battery!

 

 

come with 1 year Warranty by Mywellcare.ca

 ULTIMA Neo (TENS, EMS, IFC, Micro) Advanced Multi-Mode Stimulator w/ Li-ion rechargeable battery

Product Code: PMT-Uneo

Product Information   -  Specification

The Ultima Neo is an Advanced multi-mode electrotherapy stimulator that combines enhanced TENS, EMS, Interferential, and Microcurrent. It is dual channel device and includes the function of our most advanced TENS and EMS modes with body part diagrams, as well as an advanced Interferential device with sine wave technology, and a very state-of-the-art Microcurrent mode.

Best of all, the Ultima Neo operates on an ultra sleek, high capacity lithiumion battery which allows the user to use the Interferential function without being tethered to the wall, as well as long battery runs on the TENS/ EMS and Micro modes. A charging system and universal lead wires are included.

Warranty – 1-year, no-questions-asked warranty against all mechanical defects.


NEO TENS:

Ch1 intensity: Up/down 20 steps of 5mA, 5.0 to 100mA into 1K‡(Peak value at pulse width=200‹s)

Ch2 intensity: Up/down 20 steps of 5mA, 5.0 to 100mA into 1K‡(Peak value at pulse width=200‹s)

Frequency (Hz): From 1Hz to 150Hz in steps of 1Hz

Pulse width(uS): 50,60,70,80,90,100,110,120,130,140,150,160,170,180,190,200,210,220,230,240,250,300

Waveform: Symmetrical bi-phasic rectangular Asymmetrical bi-phasic rectangular Mono-phasic

Treatment timer: Continuous,15,30,45,60,90min


NEO EMS:

Ch1 intensity: Up/down 20 steps of 5mA, 5.0 to 100mA into 1K‡(Peak value at pulse width=200‹s)

Ch2 intensity: Up/down 20 steps of 5mA, 5.0 to 100mA into 1K‡(Peak value at pulse width=200‹s)

Frequency (Hz): From 1Hz to 110Hz in steps of 1Hz

Pulse width(uS): 50-400‹s in steps of 50‹s

Waveform: Symmetrical bi-phasic rectangular Alternated bi-phasic rectangular

Ramp Time: 0-5s in steps of 1s

On time: 1-60s in steps of 1s

Off time: 0-60s in steps of 1s

Treatment timer: Continuous, 10,20, 30,45,60,90min


NEO MICRO:

Ch1 intensity: Micro 1: (Neuro A), From 2.0mA to 72mA into 500‡ (Peak value at pulse width=250‹s) in steps of 2.0mA Micro 2: (Neuro B), From 0.1mA to 10mA into 1k‡ (Peak value at pulse width=2.1ms) in steps of 0.1mA

Ch2 intensity: Micro 1: (Neuro A), From 2.0mA to 72mA into 500‡ (Peak value at pulse width=250‹s) in steps of 2.0mA Micro 2: (Neuro B), From 0.1mA to 10mA into 1k‡ (Peak value at pulse width=2.1ms) in steps of 0.1mA)

Frequency (Hz): Fixed 94Hz

Pulse width(uS): Micro 1: Fixed 250‹s Micro 2: Fixed 2100‹s

Waveform: Asymmetrical bi-phasic rectangular Monophasic Positive Rectangular

Treatment timer: Continuous, 10,20,30,45,60,90min


NEO IFT:

Ch1 intensity: Up/down 30 steps of 60mA, from 2.0mA to 60mA into 500‡

Ch2 intensity: Up/down 30 steps of 60mA, from 2.0mA to 60mA into 500‡

Frequency (Hz): From 4004Hz to 4160Hz in steps of 4Hz

Pulse width(uS): 125 Microseconds for each phase

Waveform: Symmetrical balanced Sine wave

Treatment timer: Continuous, 10,20,30,45,60,90min

 

How Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation works:
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is a non-invasive, drug free method of controlling pain. TENS Units use tiny electrical impulses sent through the skin to nerves to modify your pain perception. In most people it is effective in reducing or eliminating the pain, allowing for a return to normal activity. In many people, the reduction or elimination of pain lasts longer than the actual period of stimulation (sometimes as much as three to four times longer). In others, pain is modified while stimulation actually occurs. Unit overrides the pain signal to the brain by sending a comfortable electronic impulse. When the TENS Unit overrides the pain signal, it "tricks" the brain into thinking their is NO PAIN. This produces Fast and Rapid Pain Relief, usually within a minute or two. You can control and customize the intensity, pulse rate, and pulse width to "experiment" and find the best setting for your pain relief.

 

How Electronic Muscle Stimulation works:
Electronic Muscle Stimulator is an internationally accepted and proven way of treating muscle injuries. It works by sending electronic pulses to the muscle needing treatment; this causes the muscle to exercise passively. Electronic Muscle Stimulators (EMS) Stimulate, Re-educate, Massage, and Build Muscle. Electronic Muscle Stimulation is basically done by stimulating some areas of the body. For this purpose, an electronic stimulation device is used - electrode pads are placed directly on the body area(s) that need to be stimulated. By dialing the voltage, you can pick different pressure on the muscles, that create various medical and cosmetic effects. The low voltage is usually done on smaller, involuntary muscle groups, which cannot be stimulated in other ways. The low voltage also stimulates the brain, which starts sending impulses through the involuntary muscles, thus stimulating them as well. Electronic Muscle Stimulators (EMS) are used for both medical treatment and cosmetic purposes (conditioning and toning). Medical conditions treated by Muscle Stimulation include: Muscle Spasms, Long-term Disuse after Fracture or Prolonged Bed Rest, Strengthening for Joint or Muscle Injury, Immobilized Limbs, Atrophy Prevention, Bell's Palsy, Stress Incontinence, Muscle Weakness, Improving Muscle Tone, Muscle Spasticity following a Stroke, and Personal Fitness Training.

 

How Micro Current Stimulation works:
Microcurrent Therapy uses extremely small amounts of electrical current (millionths of an amp) to help relieve pain and heal soft tissues of the body. Injury to the body disrupts its normal electrical activity. Microcurrent Therapy produces electrical signals like those naturally occurring when the body is repairing damaged tissues. By applying similar electrical currents, the healing process is enhanced. The electrical current used in Microcurrent Therapy is so small that it is rarely felt. However, the water-moistened electrodes or gel used to conduct the current may seem cool when first applied. Microcurrent Therapy is often recommended in cases involving soft tissue inflammation or muscle spasm. Since Microcurrent Therapy mimics the body's electrical fields it is helpful in relieving pain and stimulating the healing of soft tissues.

 

How Interferential Stimulation works:
Interferential current is characterized by the crossing of two electrical medium, independent frequencies that work together to effectively stimulate large impulse fibers. These frequencies interfere with the transmission of pain messages at the spinal cord level. Because of the frequency, the Interferential wave meets low impedance when crossing the skin to enter the underlying tissue. This deep tissue penetration can be adjusted to stimulate parasympathetic nerve fibers for increased blood flow. Interferential Stimulation differs from TENS because it allows a deeper penetration of the tissue with more comfort (compliance) and increased circulation. Since Interferential Therapy has been in use for many years, its effectiveness is well documented. Studies have shown that patients using Interferential Therapy after surgery develop fewer post-op complications than those relying solely on narcotics for pain relief. Interferential stimulation does not cause respiratory depression. Interferential Therapy aids in circulation, increasing the recovery time for patients. Multiple treatments at home or work will typically speed the patient's recovery and allow earlier resumption of their normal lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TENS Pain Control Unit Placement Chart
 
Electrode Position for Common Pain Conditions A- Anterior View
 
 
Electrode Position for Common Pain Conditions B- Posterior View
 
The position of electrodes and electrical characteristics of TENS when used to manage labour pain