Neuro-4 Trophic Muscle Stimulator
|This product is not longer manufactured. Replaced by the ActStim Trophic Stimulator Enter here.............|
Important Features for the Patient
The Neuro-4 allows the active patient to receive stimulation during day-to-day activities; the passive patient to receive therapeutic signals to more muscle groups in one sitting/session.
This treatment specific stimulator employs microchip technology and is advanced in its physiological approach. Its microchip manner of presentation adds to the lightweight ergonomic design. It enables you to treat muscles on both sides of the trunk, abdominals, arms, legs, face and pelvic floor with full consideration of antagonist, synergist and fixator functions.
Important Features for Your Clinic
The unit changes for each client group with each program card inserted. This versatile unit covers all of your treatment needs and whatever develops in the future. It helps to standardize your therapy for specific patient groups. Upgrading of the unit is as simple as changing the program card.
All future advances will be incorporated as easily as programming a new card rather than replacing the unit.
Any treatment protocol you design will be easily accessible to your clinic.
The programs are contained on a treatment card which activates the unit and changing the unit is as easy as changing these cards. Currently we are supplying 16 different cards supported by comprehensive manuals and a wall chart for quick referencing. Cards may also be programmed to suit your patient group.
A comprehensive and clear step-by-step treatment guide is supplied with every Neuro 4 stimulator. This manual has been compiled by Diana J Farragher. MSc. Grad Dip Phys. Dip TP. FCSP.
The standard pin connectors supplied with the Neuro-4 are compatible with most types of surface electrodes.
Small chrome electrodes are ideal for stimulation of small facial muscles. They are held in place with tape.
|Facial Paralysis||TRO 750|
|Pelvic Floor Weakness||TRO 755|
|Brachial Plexus||TRO 760|
|Drop Foot||TRO 765|
|Chronic Neurological Conditions||TRO 775|
|Multiple Sclerosis||TRO 786|
|Spinal Cord Injury||TRO 790|
|Repeated Back Injury||TRO 800|
|Pain Relief||TRP 810|
|Sports and Related Injuries||TRO 815|
|Painful Feet / Post Surgical Feet||TRO 820|
|Post Polio Syndrome||TRO 825|
4 channels with separate amplitude controls
Asymmetrical bi-phasic net zero DC
80 milli-amps amplitude, max
3 treatment modes for each program card
Automatic sequential frequencies
Frequencies 3 to 200 pulses per second
On-cycle 2 to 4 seconds
Off-cycle 2 to 4 seconds
Synchronous or alternating cycles, defined by program card
Pulse width 260 microseconds, max
9-volt alkaline battery