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Globus Veterinary Tecar therapy

Tecar therapy
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Tecar therapy is an innovative treatment for pathologies of the musculoskeletal system.
This physical therapy is a form of thermotherapy, i.e. a method that generates heat within the tissues of the body for therapeutic purposes. The heat is produced directly within the tissues by applying a variable high-frequency electric field.
The benefits of veterinary Tecar therapy

Quick to use

Easy to use

Non-toxic

Non-invasive

Painless

Rapid reduction of pain and oedema

Globus veterinary Tecar therapy

Application methods

By means of handpieces or electrodes, Tecar brings energy directly to the treated part where the therapeutic action is to be produced.

This therapy can be performed in two distinct modalities, whereby the transfer of energy and the biological effects will be completely different:
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Capacitive method

It treats superficial tissues, focusing on the skin, connective tissues, blood circulation and lymphatic system.

The current is applied to the body via two electrodes: an insulated (active) electrode and a non-insulated counter-electrode positioned opposite each other.

Within the treated area, a movement of electrical charges is generated. It is mainly concentrated on the tissues in the area below the active electrode, where the most intense therapeutic action takes place.

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Resistive method

It is performed with a non-isolated electrode and allows the current action to be focused on tissues that are more resistant to electrical charges, such as bone tissue, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, aponeurotic fascias and fibrotic tissues.

The treatment technique makes use of two non-insulated electrodes (active electrode and counter electrode).
The therapeutic action takes place between the two electrodes, because the passage of current, which generates heat, travels homogeneously along this channel.

What is veterinary Tecar therapy used for?
Therapeutic effects

Biostimulating activity promotes tissue repair and metabolism through increased nutrient and oxygen supply, modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation, and activation of cell functions.

The anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema effects are exerted through the production of deep heat that promotes vasodilation, lymphatic drainage and cell wash-out.
What is veterinary Tecar therapy used for?
Therapeutic effects
Biostimulating activity promotes tissue repair and metabolism through increased nutrient and oxygen supply, modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation, and activation of cell functions.
The anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema effects are exerted through the production of deep heat that promotes vasodilation, lymphatic drainage and cell wash-out.
Treatment indications

  • Osteoarthritis / osteoarthrosis
  • Spondylarthrosis
  • Sprains / muscle strains
  • Muscle contractures
  • Trigger points
  • Tendinopathies
  • Inflammatory oedema
  • Haematomas / bruises

  • Osteoarthritis / osteoarthrosis
  • Sprains / muscle strains
  • Back pain
  • Muscle contractures
  • Trigger points
  • Tendon and muscle injuries
  • Inflammatory oedema
  • Haematomas / bruises
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Tecar therapy applications
Video tutorial on veterinary Tecar therapy
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Globus Vet devices for Tecar therapy
Tecarvet 2000
Programmes

Specifically designed for dogs and cats

Power

50W, ±10%

Emission frequencies

470KHz, ± 10%

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Tecarvet 4000
Programmes

Specifically designed for dogs and cats

Power

160W, ±20%

Emission frequencies

400KHz, 470KHz, 700KHz, 1000KHz ± 10%

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