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BodyMed Analog EMS Unit- Electrical Muscle Stimulator Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a proven, efficient way of treating muscle injuries by the transmission of electrical pulses that cause passive exercise. The stimulation, contraction and relaxation cycle of EMS loosens muscle fibers, increases blood flow and stimulates muscle growth. EMS are great for treating muscular pain on most parts of the body.
Features safety amplitude cap & asymmetrical, biphasic, square pulse wave form Offers two, controllable output channels Three modes: synchronous, constant & alternation Timer features 30- & 60-minute programs of fixed duration, & one continuous Adjustable 0-80 mA peak into 500 ? load each channel, constant current pulse amplitude 250 Microseconds fixed pulse width 2 Hz - 120 Hz adjustable pulse rate ON Ramp adjustable 1 - 8 seconds Cycle ON & OFF Times adjustable 1 - 30 seconds Includes unit. lead wires. four ReliaMed(r) electrodes. 9-volt battery. hard, plastic carrying case. & operation manual One-year warranty on unit
People use EMS devices for three main reasons:
- To help develop muscle and to improve the overall appearance of their body.
- To stimulate and to strengthen muscles for the enhancement of an existing exercise program.
- For relief from pain in the joints, lower back, muscles, and general discomforts due to stress and strain.
The term electronic muscle stimulation refers to a process that uses a low amperage electrical current to stimulate your muscles to contract and to relax. When a muscle contracts as a result of electronic stimulation, the chemical changes that take place within the muscle are very similar to those that occur during normal exercises. Athletes use electronic muscle stimulation to build power and strength within the muscles. Studies have showed that athletes who utilize EMS perform better than those who do not. Doctors typically prescribe professional EMS machines for back pain, circulation problems, and muscle spasms, aches, and pain.
There are 4 different types of electronic muscle stimulation:
1. They are regular EMS
2. transcutaneous electrical neural stimulation (TENS)
3. interferential (IF)
4. Russian muscle stimulation.
A quality EMS system has a minimum of two outlets which are referred to as channels. Each channel has two wire connections with two pads attached at the end of each wire. Regular EMS machines have a low voltage. EMS (stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation) is also used to prevent, or reduce, muscle atrophy. Atrophy is the weakening and loss of muscle tone, which is usually experienced after surgeries or injuries. EMS has been proven to be an effective means of preventing muscle atrophy. EMS also helps by increasing blood flow to muscles, increasing range of motion, increasing muscle strength, as well as enhancing muscle endurance. EMS has pain management attributes in helping muscle related pain, such as a spastic muscle, sore muscles, or tight muscles. EMS units can also be used as a pain relief device. The main difference is the signal will penetrate deeper than a TENS unit. Widely used by individuals in the comfort of their home as a self-healing or self-application method of relieving the discomfort of pain. Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation units may help to eliminate dependence on pain killing drugs. No negative side effects are reported as long as they are used as directed. Please use according to the instructions or the instructions of a professional licensed medical doctor, chiropractic or physical therapist.
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