The features of Gymna Care 300 allow the therapy to be perfectly adapted to specific patient needs for a personalized treatment.
In the acute phase of an injury, it is very important to work in athermic conditions. The dose of conventional TECAR therapy should be reduced so that the treatment is ineffective and meaningless.
Gymna Care 300 differs from traditional TECAR therapy in that it has the ability to work at high power without a large temperature rise. Similar to conventional diathermy, the device can operate in pulsed mode, giving the body time to dissipate the heat generated by the output during the short pause.
Three different pulse-pause rates can be selected to provide more flexibility and therefore find the best possible treatment for the patient.
Advantage of working in multiple frequencies
The first TECAR therapy devices operated at only one frequency, but it is widely accepted that lower frequencies were deeper in tissue, while higher frequencies worked at a more superficial level. Therefore, it is easy to understand that not every pathology can be successfully treated at just one frequency.
The Gymna Care 300 offers the flexibility to choose from 5 preset operating frequencies ranging from 300 kHz to 1 MHz and in “auto scan” mode.
Whether therapists wish to treat in deep tissue or superficially, they can choose the most suitable for the patient and the treatment. With the automatic scanning mode, they can even change the depth and distribution of energy transmitted during a single treatment. The device will automatically switch to any available frequency, which is beneficial in multiple treatment situations, especially with TECAR therapy, as it prevents the tissue from acclimating to a single frequency and the treatment becoming ineffective.