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ComboCare Professional E-Stim and Ultrasound Combo

ComboCare Professional E-Stim and Ultrasound Combo Device - IF4/IF2/Russian/EMS/TENS | DQ7844 w/ Free Shipping*

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ComboCare Professional E-Stim and Ultrasound Combo Device - IF4/IF2/Russian/EMS/TENS | DQ7844
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    • $999.95
    • Originally: $3999.99
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    • Code: DQ7844
    • Warranty: 2 Years
    • treats nerve pain Helps Reduce Nerve Pain

      treats muscle pain Helps Reduce Muscle Pain

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    The ComboCare Ultrasound Combo Unit comes with four (50 x 50 mm) adhesive electrodes, four (50 x100 mm) adhesive electrodes, two sets of rubber electrodes with sponges, two elastic straps, two sets of lead wires, AC adapter and power cord, electrical stimulation cable, electrode wire for ultrasound combination, 5 cm2 ultrasound head, transmission gel and operating manual.

    The microprocessor controlled ComboCare is a professional two-channel electrotherapy device that combines clinical ultrasound therapy with five treatment waveforms: IF 4-Pole, IF 2-Pole, Russian, EMS and TENS waveform. A dual frequency 5 cm2 sound head comes standard with the unit. Its portable design lets you take it to your patient or keep it at the clinic. It's easy to use and up and is running within minutes. And its advanced operating system ensures a complete range of therapy no matter where you use it! You can choose between several different amplitude modulation options.

    The manufacturer for this TENS Combo,Ultrasound,TENS is Current Solutions
    Unit Size Large
    Output Power 0-100 mA
    Tens Adjustable Width Control Yes
    Digital or Analog Digital
    Tens Timer Yes
    Product Type TENS Combo,Ultrasound,TENS
    Power Supply A/C Adapter
    Total Size 38.75

    Electrode Placement and InformationOur Electrodes guide includes information in where to place electrodes, skin care tips or how to place re-usable electrodes.

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    4.0 out of 5 | 3 Total Reviews

    Good basic model. 2 big and 2 small electrodes- not enough to compleat if4 .have to purchase more separately. Only 1 short and 1 long strip. Roscoe is saving 5$. E stim strong enough.
    Date published: 16/06/2017
    4.0 / 5 stars
    Muscle atom portion is great. US is pretty weak and has a small application area. Great price for the value though.
    Date published: 24/04/2017
    3.0 / 5 stars
    For years I have had experience with ultrasound and tens unit therapy. I began life as a Navy Corpsman in 1968. After returning from hostilities (Viet Nam) I was assigned to the Naval Hospital in Queens New York. There I was assigned to the physical therapy unit for a time. We had two ultrasound units, one an ancient vacum tube unit made sometime in the 1950's or earlier. It had four nobs to control it. It didn't put out much but it worked well for what it did. Then we had a newer solid state, numerical dial unit made sometime in the sixties. It wroked really well and had greater output but wa a remake of the old one. But for it's time it was great for treatment. Then we had a new orthopod that was a "brain child" from Kansas, don't know if you ever read In Cold Blood by Truman Capote or not but if you did you'll get it. He decided after talking with a sales rep from one of the companies then in Mass. to buy a new "state of the art" but also a prototype. It lasted six weeks and floundered on it's side. To use a naval term there. We were back to the old units that still worked. The new one, however, I remember was in someways similar to this one that I have just purchased, but your's is much better. It has a lot of bells and whistles but it is great in the ultrasound department. Many ultrasound units tend to buzz and tingle when you use it. I have Brachial Neuralgia and this really does work well. Now then once I master the rest of the unit I can begin working on patients again. Ronald Smith Physician's Assistant Retired.
    Date published: 07/07/2016
    5.0 / 5 stars