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Medical Equipment - Physiotherapy devices

Physiotherapy devices are often used in clinics and private offices. They allow you to support the rehabilitation process and manual therapy. Some devices, thanks to several leads or the ability to perform various types of physical therapy treatments, save space and allow several patients to be treated at the same time. Our offer includes modern physical therapy devices that are gaining recognition among both professionals and patients. Our goal is to provide innovative, ergonomic, durable and effective therapeutic solutions that serve our clients and patients for many years.

Physiotherapy devices:

Electrotherapy uses direct current or alternating current at various frequencies to transform an electrical stimulus into a therapeutic stimulus. The parameters of the procedure are adjusted to the patient's needs and ailments. The therapist places the electrodes on the patient's body after positioning him comfortably and adjusts the parameters to his feelings.
The most popular types of electrotherapy are: TENS, galvanization, iontophoresis, electrostimulation, and interference currents.
Electrotherapy primarily affects muscle tissue, stimulating or soothing its activity. The current acts as an analgesic by irritating receptors that inhibit the transmission of pain signals. Additionally, it improves blood supply to tissues, accelerating the regeneration process. It may also stabilize hormone levels, equalize blood pressure and have a relaxing effect, depending on the type of drug used in the case of iontophoresis.
Magnetotherapy often uses a magnetic field with a frequency of up to 50 Hz. The intensity used in magnetotherapy does not exceed 10 mT, and the pulses can have various shapes, such as rectangular, triangular, trapezoidal or sinusoidal.
Magnetotherapy contributes to the acceleration of the healing of bone fractures, increases the production of RNA and polypeptide biosynthesis, enhances the absorption of oxygen by tissues and stimulates the synthesis of energy in the form of ATP. Additionally, it increases the ability of hemoglobin and cytochromes to capture oxygen, reduces the level of triglycerides and total cholesterol, has a hypoglycemic effect in diabetic patients, and supports the regeneration of damaged tissues by dilating blood vessels and reducing edema and hematomas. Additionally, it has an analgesic effect by stimulating the production and release of tissue endorphins and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Laser therapy:
In physical therapy, laser therapy is a commonly used method using low-power lasers, known as biostimulation lasers or low-energy lasers, with a power of less than 500 mW. Laser therapy treatments have been used due to their positive effects, including anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Laser therapy also helps reduce swelling, improves microcirculation, supports tissue regeneration processes and strengthens the immune system.
Laser therapy is also often associated with scar therapy because it has a beneficial effect on the development and improvement of the structure of type I and II collagen fibers and stimulates the growth and activity of fibroblasts. This improves the appearance of the scar, reduces the feeling of itching, pain and tension in the scar area, and reduces the risk of keloid formation.
Ultrasound treatments are part of mechanotherapy, using mechanical vibrations. They can be divided into two types: local and general.
  • The local effect of ultrasound is tissue micro-massage as the main effect. Additionally, they generate heat. Another process is the physicochemical effect on tissue colloids, which leads to increased protein breakdown, transformation of gel into sol and increase in electrical conductivity in tissues.
  • The general effect of ultrasound is to apply it to specific plexuses, roots and ganglia.
Ions, dipole molecules and larger molecules increase their motion under the influence of a high-frequency electromagnetic field. The consequence of this is an increase in tissue temperature. This process leads to the expansion of blood vessels, improvement of blood flow, blood supply and, consequently, tissue nutrition. This improves the absorption of exudates and accelerates the regeneration process.
The high-frequency electromagnetic field also has various other beneficial properties, such as: stimulation of the immune system and strengthening immunity, stimulation of cell growth and regeneration, calming effect on the nervous system, muscle relaxation, acceleration of metabolism, lowering blood pressure and increased urine output.
The shock wave, known as ESWT (Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy), uses intense sound pulses with a short rise time. This device generates acoustic waves by hitting the patient's body with compressed air. Its main goal is to reduce pain, relax muscles and improve blood circulation. The shock wave causes microdamages in tissues, especially those with poor vascularity or avascularity, which stimulates the production of growth factors. This supports healing processes and angiogenesis. Additionally, the shock wave stimulates the production of nitric oxide, dilates blood vessels and accelerates wound healing through increased collagen production.
Long-term cryotherapy treatments increase the pain threshold, reduce muscle tension and reduce the excitability of nerve fibers. However, the use of short-term therapies leads to an increase in the excitability of peripheral nerves, including both sensory and motor nerves, and increases muscle tension.
  • Cryotherapy - local treatments - in physiotherapy, the most commonly used are local therapies using cold air and nitrogen. A mixture of air and nitrogen flows from a specially designed device with a nozzle (the temperature oscillates between -100 and -180 degrees Celsius). Local treatments also include ice massage and cold compresses.
  • Cryotherapy general treatments - cryochambers are used for this purpose (temperature -100 to -160 degrees Celsius).
Deep cavitation stimulation:
The deep cavitation stimulation treatment involves transforming electrical energy into low-frequency sound waves. During the treatment, various phenomena occur, such as cavitation, mechanical vibrations and thermal effects on tissues. These elements allow deeper tissue penetration than standard ultrasonic heads with a frequency of 1-3 MHz. Cavitation involves the creation of pulsating gas bubbles in a liquid under the influence of sound waves, which stimulates natural regulatory processes in the body. This type of treatment is used in the case of inflammation, calcifications, soft tissue injuries and problems with the musculoskeletal system, both acute and chronic. It is a painless procedure that brings results such as reducing pain, relaxing muscles, reducing inflammation, improving blood circulation and accelerating the elimination of toxins. The first effects can be observed after the first treatment, and if necessary, it can be repeated every few days. 
Targeted radiofrequency therapy:
Targeted radiofrequency therapy bases its action on radio frequency waves. This generates a thermal effect and overheating of the tissues. Scientific research has confirmed therapeutic benefits such as immediate pain relief, muscle relaxation, reduced swelling and acceleration of tissue regeneration.
Pressure massage (pressotherapy):
During a pressotherapy session, special devices equipped with cuffs filled with compressed air apply a sequence of pressures to the patient's body. Mechanical pressure helps move and remove accumulated lymph. This eliminates stagnation and toxins accumulating in various parts of the human body. Mechanical lymphatic drainage improves blood circulation and prevents problems associated with peripheral insufficiency. In addition, pressotherapy is used in the beauty industry to treat cellulite and body firming procedures.
During the procedure, lymph is pushed to the nearest lymph nodes. Pressotherapy can be performed on specific areas of the body; instead of using one suit, special cuffs are used that can be placed on the arm, leg or other selected part of the body. Devices intended for pressotherapy usually have different operating modes, which allows for filling the air chambers in different sequences and at different stages of therapy.
The mechanism of action of pressure massage is the pressure stimulation of blood vessels. Thanks to pressotherapy, intracorporeal fluid circulation improves.



We encourage you to check out our full offer of physical therapy equipment.

Physiotherapy devices - application:

  • equipment for medical/physiotherapeutic offices, clinics, health resorts
  • equipment for physiotherapy laboratories of universities as demonstration equipment
  • treatment of various types of diseases of the human body
We also recommend that you familiarize yourself with the full offer of physical therapy devices. Thanks to the wide range of our online store and the possibility of contact by phone and e-mail, you can easily assemble the right set of physical therapy devices, perfectly tailored to your requirements and your office.
It is worth paying attention to rehabilitation equipment and medical office furniture, which, together with physical therapy equipment, will create an ideal set for performing physical therapy treatments and equipping your office or clinic.
If you have any questions or if the physical therapy equipment you need is not available in the store, please contact us via e-mail or telephone.
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