What is tecar therapy?
The physiological recovery mechanisms are thus immediately triggered. The positive flow of energy generated helps to repair the lesions or cleanses from problems related to inflammation or spills that may be after a trauma or incorrect postural habits.
Capacitive Electric Transfer (CET) is a method that allows the RF electrical current to be transferred "by capacity" (principle of the electrical capacitor) to the patient's body via a moveable external application electrode. This is covered with an insulating film which acts as dielectric and the body acts as a second plate of the capacitor. A return plate closes the circuit. The electric circulation through the resistive medium formed by the live tissues increases its temperature.
RET (Resistive Electric Transfer) Targeted Radiofrequency Diathermy Therapy Device works deeper targeted tissue than current superficial diathermy therapy devices.It transfers high frequency electromagnetic energy through the tissues of the body creating selective tissue hyperthermy,it can decompose body fatty cell ,so as to loss weight.
How and where does tecar therapy work?
The tecar therapy acts in a radiofrequency radius of long waves at 0.5 MHz, higher than those that cause muscle contractions. A capacitive electrode or a resistive electrode is sufficient. There are no particular contraindications and the treatment is therefore harmless.
The current does not pass through direct contact, as you can imagine, but it presents itself thanks to a movement of attraction and repulsion of the natural ionic charges present in the human body.
The precise and aimed effect of the Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy on the hypertonic muscle fibers causes their immediate relaxation. The effect of myorelaxation is primarily based on vasodilation, which occurs immediately during the therapy and is responsible for higher supply of nutrients into the tissue.
TISSUE REGENERATION AND HEALING
The improvement of tissue metabolism is a natural and valuable secondary outcome of the therapy. It leads to faster healing of the traumatized soft tissue and faster reabsorption of post-injury haematomas.
The walls of the arterioles are enlarged and the precapillary sphincters relaxed, allowing increased local blood perfusion. This leads to an increase of the lymphatic processes (drainage) and subsequently to reduction of the edema.
The principal effect of the Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy–the pain relief–results from muscle relaxation, edema reduction, tissue regeneration and healing.
1. Face and Neck Lifting & Remodelling
2.Tighten and lift flaccid areas of the face
4. Lift Sagging Skin,renew collagen
5. Enhances luminosity of the skin
2. Body shaping and remodelling
3.Cellulite Treatment and skin partial reconstruction
4. Increase Collagen Level
5.Tighten loose skin
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|Technology ||RET RF & CET RF |
|Max output power||220W|
|Carrier Frequency ||0.3Mhz - 0.5Mhz|
|Max intensity ||80Ma RMS|
|Out Modes ||Round Electodes / Rectangle Type|
|Safety Device ||Zero Start , Safety Switch|
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Is Tecar Therapy painful?
Tecar Therapy is not painful. During the treatment the patient feels a pleasant warm sensation, which makes the therapy extremely comfortable.
Is Tecar Therapy dangerous?
Tecar Therapy is absolutely not dangerous. Tecar Therapy supplies energy to biological tissues generating a pleasant warmth. Therapy is comfortable and relaxing. Furthermore, all Tecar Therapy devices feature a bio transfer system, a control of contact between applicator and biological tissues and the SSDTS (Soft Start Doctor Tecar System) which releases energy gradually only when contact is made. Thanks to this innovative system, therapy is safe and controlled as well as extremely effective.
How many Tecar Therapy treatments are necessary?
The number of treatments required depends primarily upon the pathological condition of the patient and how the patient reacts to the therapy. For some acute pathologies, 3 to 5 treatments may be sufficient, while for chronic pathologies a greater number of treatments may be required. Obviously, in order to optimize therapeutic results, correct diagnosis is of fundamental importance.
How frequently can the patient be treated?
Normally the patient can be treated between 2 to 5 times a week. However, if necessary, more than one treatment can be carried out daily. The professional operator will define the number of treatments most suitable for the patient depending upon the state of the pathology.
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