Gymna Care 300 is effective
Features of the Gymna Care 300 allow the therapy to adapt perfectly to specific patient needs for a tailor-made treatment.
In the acute phase of an injury, it is crucial to work in athermic conditions. The dose of traditional TECAR therapy should be decreased so much that it renders the therapy ineffective and pointless.
The Gymna Care 300 differs from traditional TECAR therapy because it has the ability to work at high power without a large temperature increase. Similar to traditional diathermy, the device can operate in pulsed mode, giving the body the time to dissipate the heat produced by the output during the short pause.
Three different pulse-pause ratios can be selected to off er greater flexibility and therefore find the best possible treatment for the patient.
The advantage of working at multiple frequencies
Early TECAR therapy devices worked on only one frequency, however it is widely accepted that the lower frequencies get deeper into the tissue, whilst the higher frequencies work on a more superficial level. It is therefore easy to understand that not every pathology can be treated successfully on one frequency only.
Gymna Care 300 offers the flexibility of choosing between 5 pre-set operating frequencies varying between 300 kHz and 1 MHz and in “automatic scanning” mode of these frequencies.
Whether therapists want to treat deep into the tissue or more superficially, they can choose what fits the patient and the treatment best. They can even vary the depth and diffusion of the transmitted energy during a single treatment with the automatic scanning mode. The device will automatically switch to every available frequency, which is particularly useful in the case of multiple treatments with TECAR therapy, as it prevents the tissue from getting used to the single frequency and the therapy from becoming ineffective.