EMS Physio Ltd. of Wantage, Oxfordshire at MEDICA 2017 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA Trade Fair
Manufacturers

EMS Physio Ltd.

Downsview Road, Grove Business Park, OX12 9FE Wantage, Oxfordshire
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Telephone +44 1235 772272
Fax +44 1235 763518
sales@emsphysio.co.uk

Hall map

MEDICA 2017 hall map (Hall 4): stand C36

Fairground map

MEDICA 2017 fairground map: Hall 4

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.03  Therapie and physical medicine
  • 01.03.08  Laser therapy equipment

Laser therapy equipment

  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.03  Therapie and physical medicine
  • 01.03.10  Stimulation equipment for diagnostics / therapy

Stimulation equipment for diagnostics / therapy

  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.03  Therapie and physical medicine
  • 01.03.10  Stimulation equipment for diagnostics / therapy
  • 01.03.10.02  Interference current equipment
  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.03  Therapie and physical medicine
  • 01.03.14  Ultrasonic Therapy Equipment
  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.03  Therapie and physical medicine
  • 01.03.14  Ultrasonic Therapy Equipment
  • 01.03.14.01  Short wave therapy devices

Short wave therapy devices

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.08  Physiotherapeutic mobility aids

Physiotherapeutic mobility aids

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.08  Physiotherapeutic mobility aids
  • 04.08.16  Physiotherapy equipment

Our products

Product category: Laser therapy equipment, Stimulation equipment for diagnostics / therapy

SoLo Laser 755

SoLo Laser 755 – low-level (LLLT) or low-intensity laser therapy (LILT)

The SoLo Laser 755 is a low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or low-intensity laser therapy (LILT) device. The Laser 755 uses probes which have semiconductor laser or led light sources. Unlike conventional lasers, semiconductor lasers produce a beam of coherent, monochromatic light which is not collimated but divergent. This means that the optical intensity of the beam emitted by the laser probe (and led probes) has reduced to a non-hazardous level just a few centimeters from the laser aperture of the probe. The intensity during treatment incident upon the treatment area is still high as the probe is used either in contact with the patient or only separated by a few millimeters. It is, however, still recommended that protective eyewear is worn during treatment.

The SoLo Laser 755 incorporates a PIN number security device, removing the need for a key. This unit has two sockets for single or cluster probes ensuring quick and easy treatments (check the available probes bellow). It is supplied mains as standard, battery optional.

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Product category: Stimulation equipment for diagnostics / therapy, Short wave therapy devices

Megapulse 260

The new Megapulse 260 pulsed-only unit now offers the therapist a range of clinically proven treatment protocols without the need for crossreferencing treatment outputs as in the past. The unit has undergone extensive improvements and redesign and now incorporates:

  • Colour touchscreen technology (allowing the user to
  • control the unit even when wearing surgical gloves)
  • Larger, clearer screen size
  • Pictorial guidance with clinical protocols
  • QWERTY keyboard for clinic personalisation and notes
  • On screen user assistance
  • Improved audio-sound technology
  • In-built service indicator for routine maintenance

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Product category: Ultrasonic Therapy Equipment, Physiotherapy equipment

Primo Therasonic 360 Therapeutic Ultrasound Machine

The Primo Therasonic 360 has been completely redesigned to offer you a wide range of choices for your ultrasound treatment programme.

Ordering information:

Primo Therasonic 360 single frequency ultrasound unit mains only (1 MHz ) complete with a large treatment head, one bottle of gel (250ml) – scroll down for accessories

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Product category: Interference current equipment, Ultrasonic Therapy Equipment, Physiotherapy equipment

Primo Combination 860 Therapy Unit (ultrasound and interferential)

The Primo Combination 860 offers dual frequency ultrasound (1MHz and 3MHz) and the complete range of stimulation outputs that can be used individually or simultaneously in combination therapy. The Primo Combination 860 unit provides 4 pole and 2 pole interferential therapy as well as a wide range of other electrical stimulation waveforms. Therapeutic voltage and current waveforms may be applied to a wide range of conditions with successful outcomes. These include acute and subacute traumatic and inflammatory conditions, chronic rheumatoid and arthritic conditions, and for pain relief. Galvanic output may also be used for iontophoresis – the movement of drugs through the skin under the influence of a steady electrical voltage. Some drugs are absorbed through the skin very slowly and iontophoresis may be used to accelerate the process.

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Product category: Physiotherapeutic mobility aids, Physiotherapy equipment

Axos Recumbent Bike

The Axos Recumbent Bike has a secure and comfy seating position ideal for people who find mounting a standard exercise bike difficult. The adjustable seat is quick and easy to change while a low step-in height gets you working with ease.

An LCD computer includes 12 programs, such as HRC, time measurement, distance covered and speed. 7 continuous display functions let you track your workout with ease so you can push yourself with a healthy progression.

Ideal for a home gym, you can train for a race or improve your fitness come rain or shine. The integrated POLAR compatible receiver tracks your pulse using hand sensors while an ear clip and chest belt can be used as an extra for a safe, all-round exercise session.

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About us

Company details

The company was founded in 1924 by Charles Greenham who had previously worked for other companies manufacturing electro-medical equipment.

The first premises was an office in Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London and the first few years were spent in selling such items as galvanic and faradic batteries, “Sunlight lamps” etc., which were sourced by Mr Greenham from other companies and then re-sold.

Soon, he was able to employ two assistants and took a lease on a small workshop in Stanhope Street near Euston Station. (It may be of interest to know that his very first employee, who was then a boy of 15, retired as Works Manager in 1978 at the age of 65.)

The business prospered and the office moved in 1933 to 2009b Great Portland Street, London where it was to remain until 1969. (In 1948, the adjoining premises had been acquired to cope with the larger volume of business.)

The factory was moved from time to time, first to Ossulston Street (a converted church hall) and then to larger buildings in Calshott Street off Bentonville Road, Islington in 1956. Yet another move was made, this time to freehold premises in Archway, North London in 1964.

The range of products was increased and from 1965 or so, great emphasis was put upon expanding the firm’s export activities as it was felt that this was where the greatest opportunity for expansion lay.
harles Greenham was helped for many years by Mr EA Harris who was at first employed as an outside representative; afterwards being transferred to the office and subsequently becoming Manager of the company. Mr. Harris’ untimely death at the age of 52 was a great shock to his many friends in the hospital field as well as to his colleagues in the firm.
In 1951 Charles’ son, Ian joined the business.

In 1964 Mr. Greenham suffered a severe illness which was to become progressively worse until his death in 1970. He had been associated with the electro-medical industry in the United Kingdom for a period of some 60 years and his passing was a great loss to his many friends.

By 1968 it had become obvious that the factory would again have to be moved to cope with the ever-increasing amount of work and fast rising export trade. Rather than try to find alternative premises in inner London where the firm had been established since its foundation, it was decided to acquire a much larger factory, some 60 miles from London at Wantage, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire) and at the same time to leave the offices in Great Portland Street and to move the whole firm into one building. Suitable arrangements where made to maintain servicing in the Greater London area and the move was finally complete by September 1969. The company brought six employees and their families to help set up a new factory. The local council helped the families with housing. Mr. Dicky Morris was one of the six families who moved to Wantage and he retired at the age of 65 in March 2000.

Ian Greenham, as Managing Director was responsible for sales and the general policy of the firm whilst the development of new or improved equipment was the responsibility of the Technical Director, Mr. David Oliver, who had been with the firm since 1946.

Since the move to Wantage, sales have increased yet further, and there were nearly 100 employees with over 45% of the products going to overseas markets. The company was manufacturing scientific equipment including microwave power generators and associated cavities and measuring instruments for use in photochemical techniques in research institutions, as well as its long-established lines of physical medicine apparatus that included short wave diathermy, ultrasonic therapy units, low frequency stimulators and wax baths.

In 2001 Mr. Ian Greenham stood down as Managing Director and his son, James took over the responsibility. Nowadays the family-owned company is based at Grove Technology Park, in Oxfordshire, England and occupies 1,700 sq metres of purpose built offices, factory and warehousing.

A team of engineers continually develops new electrotherapy equipment and supports existing products. We are able to offer customers in-depth technical guidance as necessary.

All EMS Physio products are manufactured at Grove Technology Park, ensuring the highest standards of quality are achieved. The company first achieved ISO9001 and ISO13485 accreditation in 1995 and continues to deliver the best in product quality. All products are CE marked in accordance with the EU Medical Device Directive.

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