Emerging trends point toward combining traditional treatments with new, noninvasive technologies for successful pain management and restoration of function. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Rushi Shahiwala, PT.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent No. 10,112,040 titled “Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation using novel unbalanced biphasic waveform and novel electrode arrangement” to NeuroMetrix Inc for its Quell Wearable Technology.Read More
Omron Healthcare Inc introduces the Omron Avail, an over-the-counter TENS device engineered with wireless and dual-channel capability to help provide relief from chronic and acute pain.Read More
Prescription-strength TENS and EMS without wires for athletes and others seeking pain relief on the go is available via the wearable PlayMakar Wireless EMS + TENS Unit, part of the iReliev brand of products from ExcelHealth.Read More
Hollywog LLC launches WiTouch Pro Bluetooth TENS Therapy, for relief of back pain.Read More
Sports seasons are finite, so therapists must work to get athletes back into competition with minimal delay. A review of technology and a case study demonstrate how equipment and training come together for optimum outcomes. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Andrew Hadrich, PT, DPT.Read More
Atlanta-based GF Health Products Inc introduces the Grafco GF-DF5 Premium Dual Function Stimulator, which is designed to provide both Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) and Electrical Muscular Stimulation (EMS) functionality.Read More
Today’s pain management is putting control back in the hands of pain patients, thanks to a growing number of easy-to-use and effective at-home therapies.Read More