SportsMed is a fabulous TENS, ECS and EMS machine, combining:

  • Acute pain relief
  • Injury recovery
  • Surgery recovery
  • Rehabilitation of wasted or weakened muscles

Every sporting home should have one!

 

SportsMed assembly:

  • Always use two pads to close the electrical circuit
  • Place the pads either side or top and bottom of the injury site
  • Follow treatment instructions for your injury type - see Injury photos below
Assembled TENS machine for knee strain

Best Practice Injury management

All serious injuries should be professionally diagnosed and an injury management plan developed in consultation with your physiotherapist or doctor. Patient long term welfare is more important than a return to sport before the injury has recovered.

Acute musculoskeletal injury management:

  • Stabilize the injury site to prevent any further damage
  • Manage the initial pain
  • Seek medical diagnosis and ongoing management of the injury
  • Between medical visits, supplement clinical treatment with ECS electrotherapy
  • Minimize muscle atrophy
  • Rehabilitate by strengthening surrounding muscle
  • Return to vigorous activity

Repetitive strain (over-use) injury management:

  • Refrain from the repeated activity - or modify how you are doing it
  • Manage the on-going pain
  • If severe, seek medical diagnosis and ongoing management
  • Between medical visits, supplement clinical treatment with ECS electrotherapy
  • Strengthen supporting muscles
  • When you return to the activity, modify posture, ergonomics or break-times

Link to your injury location


The SportsMed electrical stimulation machine - ideal for soft tissue damage

SportsMed for acute or repetitive strain injury

The ActivLife SportsMed device will help with a number of the above management steps, as follows:

  • Initial and ongoing pain relief (TENS)
  • Injury healing - cellular activity, circulation, inflammation, stiffness, scaring (ECS)
  • Avoiding muscle atrophy - while at rest (EMS)
  • Strengthening muscles - in combination with a manual exercise program (EMS)

SportsMed postoperative recovery

Recovering from surgery is similar to recovering from injury - both cause trauma to body tissue and cells. After surgery:

  • Initial and ongoing pain relief (TENS)
  • Manage stress - which can delay recovery (TENS)
  • Aid healing - cellular activity, circulation, inflammation, stiffness, scaring (ECS)
  • Avoid muscle atrophy - while at rest (EMS)
SportsMed TENS, ECS and EMS
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