Dysphagia Electrodes and the ReGentex Difference
Dysphagia occurs when there is a problem with any part of the swallowing process. Some problems include the inability to start the swallowing reflex because of a stroke or other nervous system disorder. Typically people with this type of condition are unable to begin the muscle movements that allow food to move from the mouth to the stomach. ReGentex Dysphagia Electrodes provide a real difference for quality of life, quality of care, and quality of product. Find out more today!
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WHY ReGentex Dysphagia Electrodes?
✔ FDA 510 (K) Cleared
✔ Made in the USA
✔ Compatible with existing NMES dysphagia units
✔ Gel does not separate from
✔ Available in our Ultra-Flexible, Blue Foam Topcoat
✔ Longer snap post for secure connection from lead wires to electrodes
✔ Excellent Customer Pricing
✔ Competitive Pricing
✔ Prompt Turn-Around on your orders
When those in your care experience dysphagia, the Vitalstim Plus Electrotherapy System helps them regain their ability to swallow safely. It uses electrical stimulation to strengthen muscles, boosting their ability to move in the correct fashion. The Vitalstim dysphagia device works in conjunction with traditional therapies to help the brain send the swallowing command and get a result. Colorful visuals make the unit easy to use and more engaging for patients.
The Chattanooga Vectra Neo's intelligent design offers multimodality versatility with 5 plug-and-play modules, offering two and four channel Electrical Stimulation, Ultrasound, EMG Biofeedback, EMG-Triggered Stimulation options. It features a simple to use interactive Touchscreen, intuitive Graphic User Interface and a Clinical Protocol Setup (CPS). The CPS enhances usability by leading users through the functions of the device and each therapy accessing up to 100 protocol options. Additionally, Neo offers a stunning anatomic reference library that illustrates an array of pathologies, making it easier for clinicians to communicate with patients about their condition and educate them on further treatment options.
ADP400 Traction Table
This four-section traction table features a friction-free gliding lumbar section and a turret-mounted traction pedestal, with head and foot sections that incline up to 90°.The head section has a face slot and lowers to 25°; the table height adjusts from 21.5” to 41.5”. The split-section design allows the clinician to perform treatment with lower intensities than a continuous slab, as well as more effective intermittent traction.
Intelect RPW2 Shockwave
The Intelect® RPW 2 brings the next generation of shockwave therapy to the treatment room using Radial Pressure Wave technology. Designed to activate connective tissue from the surface level to difficult-to-reach pathologies, the new Intelect® RPW 2 is a modality for addressing pain and inflammation in orthopaedic conditions.
The non-invasive Primera provides pain relief in two ways: The gate control mechanism and endorphin release. When the body is injured, pain signals are delivered to the brain through the nervous system. That tells your body that you're hurting. Primera sends tiny pulses over the skin through the nerves to the spinal chord and brain (gate control mechanism). Along the transmission there are many areas referred to as "gates". The gates determine which pulses can continue to the brain. The gates regulate how quickly the information is delivered to the brain.
The Intelect SWD100 Short Wave Diathermy Unit is designed to offer unattended dry heat therapy to increase circulation and range of motion while decreasing pain and inflammation. Short Wave Diathermy produces high frequency, oscillating electromagnetic energy for easy tissue absorption and increased cellular metabolism for exceptional healing. The SWD 100 provides several intuitive, easy to use features to improve user interfacing and patient response. The Chattanooga Shortwave 100 offers a full color LCD touch-screen interface for quick and easy program selection. The Chattanooga SWD 100 offers multilingual software and over 90 clinical protocols on board as well as thermal dosimetry and quick-link indications for a wide variety of treatment setup options.