MEDI PHARON 5
Medi Pharon 5 is the innovative electro-medical device of last generation for the capacitive and resistive diathermy, which allows treatment of high therapeutic level. Compact and powerful, Medi Pharon 5 is effective to accelerate the recovery of most of the problems in physiotherapy: sprains, pulled muscles, tendinitis, osteo-articular distraction, and in general all traumas and diseases of osteo-articular and muscle origin, both in acute and chronic phase.
It is a complete and flexible device, equipped with innovative features that support therapist and ensure the best treatment for the patient.Medi Pharon 5 technology is based on diathermy, or rather on the resistive and capacitive energy transfer, whose efficiency is proven by several medical researches and scientific studies. Diathermy is able to generate a deep thermal effect in muscle and osteo-articular apparatus: the endogenous heat is induced by the passage of the current from the handpiece to the special neutral plate, securely and non-invasive.
The increase in temperature stimulates the lymphatic system and reactivates blood microcirculation, accelerating the natural processes by which cells, in the damaged tissues, are
repaired. The energy transmitted in the treated area generates change in electrical impedance that lasts even after the end of the treatment, thus allowing the correct and continuous oxygenation of tissues.
Diathermy, also has a profound anti-oedema and analgesic effect, as well as a thermal one: thus allows to reduce pain, bruising andoedema, so that healing objectives can be achieved more quickly and effectively than with traditional methods.INNOVATIVE ENERGY MEASUREMENT SYSTEM: ETC “ENERGY TRANSFER CONTROL”
Medi Pharon 5 is equipped with an innovative system for the measurement of the amount of energy transferred to tissues: during treatments, Medi Pharon 5 beeps and displays a graphic that shows the energy actually transmitted to the anatomical area treated in relation to time and to the power supplied.
This system allows to compare the electrical impedance variation compared to the initial value at rest and to evaluate the active hyperaemia and consequent increase of the electrolytes flow during treatment.