Portable High-frequency Stimulator for Pain Relief

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[INQ. NO. 2211E24] The secret of WINBACK’s success comes from its technical ability to create innovations dedicated to facilitating and enhancing the work of therapists and health professionals. Created in partnership with experts, WINBACK’s technologies improve therapeutic treatments for rapid, effective, and lasting results.


Hi-TENS by R-SHOCK makes revolutionary treatments possible by combining Hi-RET technology and low-frequency pulsed currents. It is an intuitive and easy-to-use device for treating both acute and chronic medical phases.

ALL-IN-1 electrode: Hi-TENS & Hi-RET
Unique and revolutionary frequency is capable of transferring two signals in one path: fractional high-frequency thanks to multiple heating points.

Hi-RET: Diathermic effect
Scientific studies have shown that the frequency range between 0.3 and 1.2 MHz induces an increase in intra- and extra-cellular exchanges, and a diathermic effect on living tissue.

Hi-TENS: Analgesic effect
Low-frequency stimulation saturates the nociceptors, and thus provides immediate and lasting analgesia. Between 2Hz and 25Hz, scientific studies have shown an immediate analgesic effect by synaptic interference of nociceptors.

The drug-free, non-invasive and 100% natural pain killer
With this device, WINBACK combines the strengths of various technologies, offering lasting pain relief and rapid tension release. The properties of Hi-TENS current greatly improve the effectiveness of the classic TENS and combine it with the diathermic effects of high frequency.


Hi-TENS by R-SHOCK naturally stimulates your body’s metabolism without any invasive action. Its different actions allow quick relief of pain, and treat inflammation and fibrosis tissues, thus facilitating the manual work of the therapist.


 
 
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