The new device ProRace StimBer for electrical muscle stimulation is specifically intended for the treatment and prevention of diseases of racehorses. The analgesic action of electricity is channeled through different techniques such as membrane hyperpolarization, the theory of control gate, local hyperemia or mediator release such as morphine. The current acts as an analgesic for the symptomatic treatment of peripheral pain. It is particularly effective in treating pain accompanying most inflammatory processes and osteoarthritis. The electric current is able to cause muscle contraction acting on the motor neuron muscle. The interaction between electrical stimuli and biological tissues is a very complex phenomenon, so it is important to determine the stimulation signal considering functional muscle conditions and the objective.
Benefits of electrical therapy: Rapid reduction in pain. Prolonged analgesic effect in time. Stimulation of denervated muscles. It facilitates functional recovery. Painless treatments. Easy application.
2) EMS horse: EMS prevent atrophy of muscles in the front legs. EMS prevention of atrophy of muscles of the hind limbs. EMS prevent atrophy of muscles of the trunk. EMS strengthening the muscles of the front legs. EMS strengthening the muscles of the hindquarters EMS strengthen the trunk muscles. EMS muscle contractions.
4) "Sport" horse: Sport forelimbs maximum force. Sport maximum force hindquarters. Sport resistance forelimbs. Sport resistance hindquarters. Sport explosive force forelimbs. Sport explosive force hindquarters. Relieving Sport. Sport cooling.
It includes: 1 bag. 1 StimVet ProRace team. 4-wire connection electrode. 2 wire microcurrent. 1 charger. 1 User Manual. 8 square electrodes silicone. 8 rectangular electrodes silicone. 1 gel.
Specifications: Channels: 4 independent channels (8 electrodes). Frequency: 1 to 150 Hz. Power: 120 mA per channel. Pulse width: 50-450 microseconds. Rechargeable battery External power supply. Actual measurements: 17 x 22 x 6 cm. Net weight: 1,370 Gr.