Self-contained wireless patches adhered directly to the skin, use a small electrical current to deliver medicine at the target site.
    For the medical treatment of electrical energy in physical therapy, there are electrodes and gels, stimulation units, portable TENS units, ultrasound machines and laser systems to choose from. All target muscle rehabilitation and stimulation, and increase blood circulation.
    Cervical traction units help straighten bones and relieve pressure on the spine and skeletal system. From basic over-the-door units to electric tables, traction can be used in home or in a medical setting.
    Foot pads have shock damping cushioning and pressure distribution for proper foot care.


    Ideal for stress reduction, sports rehabilitation and postural drainage these devices are used for physical therapy, massage therapy and respiratory therapy.
    Units and sleeves work together to provide intermittent and sequential compression.  Fixed or adjustable cycles help blood circulate.
    Continuous passive motion (CPM) devices are used for post-op range-of-motion exercise to decrease joint stress and stiffness and enhance patient compliance. CPM units target hands. Elbows, shoulders, knees and ankles.
    Biofeedback products provide valuable information when gauging exercise performance.  Use when muscle strengthening and during rehabilitation or relaxation therapy.
    Choose the TENS units best suited for your facility:  single, dual or 4-channel, with or without timer, etc.  Then select which electrodes to use:  various backings and sizes are included.
    Used in combination, these products work together to Increase blood circulation, stimulate muscles, and relieve pressure for more rapid healing and better patient outcomes.