The PRO ElecDT® 2000 captures the best the science of electromedicine can offer; combining all known forms of electrotherapty into once device. In addition, the PRO ElecDT® 2000 utilizes its own breakthrough form, the revolutionary horizontal therapy.
German engineering pervades technological innovation to provide the most functional design possible. With Programmed Ready Operation, you have the power to choose from 80 pre-programmed protocols or to develop up to 20 customized protocols based on your patients specific needs. Easy to learn, easy to use, the PRO ElecDT® 2000's user-friendly configuration makes complex, lengthy training a thing of the past. With the PRO ElecDT® 2000, your existing staff can master application with ease.
The PRO ElecDT® 2000 performs the following tasks:
- Stimulate peripheral nerves for the purpose of providing pain relief.
- Stimulate motor nerves for the purpose of providing muscle rehabilitation.
- Complex and chronic pain conditions.
- Adjunctive treatment of post-traumatic pain syndromes.
- Management and symptomatic relief of chronic (long-term) pain.
- Adjunctive treatment in the management of post-surgical pain problems.
- Relaxation of muscles spasms.
- Prevention or retardation of tissue atrophy.
- Muscle re-education.
- Increasing local blood circulation.
- Immediate post surgical stimulation of the calf muscles to prevent phlebothrombosis.
- Non-invasive, non-toxic, safe and effective.
- Minimal side effects, easily avoided.
- High patient compliance and satisfaction.
- Easily administered by existing staff.
- Utilizes all known electroceutical parameters for topical and endogenous treatment, including horizontal therapy.
- Programmed ready operation allows the physician the choice of 200 pre-programmed protocols or the ability to develop customized protocols based on specific patient parameters.
Features and Benefits
Bioelectric treatment utilizes several existing CPT codes and produces superior reimbursement revenue generation for the practice. Actual reimbursement varies according to billing specialty and regional reimbursement averages.