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Super Inductive System Overview

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The Super Inductive System (SIS) represents a cutting-edge medical technology designed to offer profound therapeutic benefits through the application of electromagnetic fields. This innovative system operates by generating high-frequency electromagnetic pulses, which penetrate deep into targeted tissues, inducing heat and stimulating cellular activity.

By harnessing the power of electromagnetic fields, the SIS facilitates tissue regeneration, reduces inflammation, and promotes pain relief, making it particularly effective in the management of musculoskeletal conditions. Its ability to deliver therapeutic effects at a cellular level sets it apart as a versatile and powerful tool in the fields of physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

One of the key advantages of the Super Inductive System is its non-invasive nature, allowing for safe and comfortable treatment experiences for patients. The precise targeting of affected areas ensures that therapy is focused and effective, minimizing potential side effects while maximizing therapeutic outcomes. Additionally, its versatility enables its use across a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, chronic pain conditions, and postoperative rehabilitation.

Overall, the Super Inductive System represents a significant advancement in medical technology, offering a non-invasive, targeted approach to pain relief, tissue regeneration, and rehabilitation. Its innovative design and therapeutic efficacy make it a valuable asset in the quest for improved patient outcomes and enhanced quality of life.

The electromagnetic field created by the Focus Region Applicator reaches up to 2.5 Tesla, even in deep tissues, resulting in a unique therapeutic effect.

Super Inductive System: What is it and How Does it Work?

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Burtom introduces a unique, innovative technology to its users – the Super Inductive System (SIS). Based on high-intensity electromagnetic fields, this technology produces positive therapeutic effects in human tissue. Among its main therapeutic effects are analgesic effect, fracture healing effect, myorelaxation, muscle stimulation, and joint mobilization. The Super Inductive System creates exceptional results with its high technology. The perfect design of the applicator and coil, along with frequencies reaching up to 150 Hz and power up to 2.5 Tesla, leads to a unique treatment experience. The extraordinary applicator cooling system allows for more effective cooling, even during high-capacity device use, enabling longer treatment sessions. The applicator and its 6-joint arm feature flawless design. With its user-friendly interface, it can easily adapt to different treatment methods. The applicator includes an ergonomic grip for comfortable handling.

The Super Inductive System (SIS), targeting neuromuscular tissue, is effectively used in the treatment of acute and chronic painful conditions in the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Effective muscle contraction can be achieved in muscle fibers stimulated by the electromagnetic field. Repeated contractions of the surrounding joint muscles can easily eliminate joint blockages. The increase in local blood circulation and tissue metabolism is the main reason why SIS is indicated for early fracture healing. SIS contributes to strengthening weak muscles by triggering action potentials in neuromuscular tissue. High-frequency stimulation can effectively reduce muscle tone, making it useful in spasticity rehabilitation.

Super Inductive System Effect Mechanism

The Super Inductive System technology operates on the unique principle of high-intensity electromagnetic fields. The electromagnetic field is induced through the coil within the applicator, leading to depolarization in neuromuscular tissues. Depending on the stimulation frequency and electromagnetic field intensity, the Super Inductive System is utilized for various effects such as analgesia, increased joint mobility, support for fracture healing, myorelaxation, and muscle strengthening.

JOINT MOBILIZATION: The joint is mobilized by repeated contraction of the muscles around the joint capsule. These repetitive contractions increase joint range of motion, causing an effect similar to manual joint mobilization.

FRACTURE HEALING: High-intensity electromagnetic field supports vascularization and cartilage formation by increasing blood circulation in the treatment area. In this way, progressive cartilage mineralization and bone healing are accelerated.

MUSCLE STIMULATION: Electromagnetic energy transmitted to neuromuscular tissues causes nerve depolarization and muscle contractions. Thanks to the wide frequency adjustment system, muscle facilitation or strengthening effect occurs.

SPASTICITY INHIBITION: In order to inhibit increased muscle tone, the relevant centers must be stimulated at the spinal level. SIS is indicated for the treatment of central motor problems that lead to spasticity.

Common Indications

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve compression syndrome that occurs due to narrowing or compression of the carpal tunnel located in the wrist area. This condition can lead to numbness, tingling, weakness, or pain in certain areas of the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome can often occur due to repetitive hand movements, trauma, inflammation, or other reasons. Treatment options may include rest, wrist splints, medication, or surgery.

Nerve regeneration is the process of regrowth and recovery of damaged or injured nerves. This process involves steps such as the merging of nerve fiber ends, formation of new cells, and repair of damaged nerve pathways. Nerve regeneration helps in regaining lost sensation or motor skills due to nerve damage in the body.

Respiratory problems or respiratory system issues refer to conditions that hinder or make it difficult for the human body to take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide. These problems can arise due to respiratory tract infections, lung diseases, allergies, inhalation of foreign objects into the respiratory tract, or other medical issues. Symptoms of respiratory problems may include shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, production of phlegm, chest pain, and the need for frequent breaths. Respiratory problems can be a serious medical issue and may require treatment, so individuals experiencing such symptoms should seek medical help.

Disc herniation, also known as a slipped disc, refers to the displacement or compression of discs located between the vertebrae of the spine due to damage occurring in the vertebrae. This condition often occurs in the neck and lower back regions. Discs act as cushions that protect the spinal bones and reduce friction between them. Disc herniation can cause symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling, and sometimes muscle weakness. This condition can result from factors such as spinal injuries, aging, poor posture habits, or overloading. Treatment options may include rest, physical therapy, pain management, and surgery, but the treatment approach may vary depending on the individual’s condition.

Patellar tendinopathy is a knee condition that occurs due to inflammation or damage to the patellar tendon located under the kneecap. It often occurs due to overuse or excessive strain and causes symptoms such as pain, swelling, and limited movement in the lower part of the knee. It is commonly seen in athletes and active individuals.

Impingement syndrome is a discomfort condition that typically occurs in the shoulder or hip joint. This syndrome refers to a condition where there is compression or friction between tendons, muscles, or ligaments and bones in these joints, resulting in pain and discomfort. Common types of impingement syndrome include shoulder impingement syndrome and hip impingement syndrome. These syndromes can develop due to repetitive movements, poor posture habits, or other factors. Treatment options may include rest, physical therapy, medications, exercises, and sometimes surgery.

Spasticity inhibition refers to the reduction or control of excessive and involuntary contractions, stiffness, or muscle tone in muscles due to nervous system damage. These treatments or interventions aim to alleviate or relieve muscle problems caused by spasticity. Spasticity is particularly associated with conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injuries, or some neurological disorders. Spasticity inhibition can be managed through various methods such as physical therapy, medications, botulinum toxin injections, or sometimes surgery.

Thoracic mobilization is a physiotherapy or manual therapy technique aimed at increasing the mobility of the vertebrae in the back region. The thoracic spine consists of the vertebrae located in the chest region, and mobilization of this region is important for spinal mobility and postural correction. This technique is used to alleviate or treat problems such as back pain, tension in the back muscles, or limited mobility of the spinal vertebrae. Thoracic mobilization is performed by a physiotherapist or manual therapist and is usually carried out using methods such as hands-on techniques, massage, specialized devices, or exercises. Mobility is increased by applying pressure to specific areas of the spine during this process.

Prevention of muscle atrophy refers to an approach that includes a series of preventive measures and exercises aimed at preventing weakening and shrinking of muscles. This may involve regular physical activity, balanced nutrition, injury prevention, and limiting muscle loss during the aging process. Factors such as exercising, using muscles, and adequate protein intake can help prevent muscle atrophy. Additionally, physiotherapy and rehabilitation practices can be used in cases requiring prolonged inactivity or bed rest. Prevention of muscle atrophy can be personalized according to lifestyle and medical requirements.

Fractures or bone fractures refer to a condition where a bone or bones are injured, resulting in the disruption of normal bone structure and integrity. Bone fractures can occur due to trauma, falls, impacts, or excessive stress. Fractures typically manifest with symptoms such as pain, swelling, bruising, deformity, and limited movement. Bone fractures are a condition that requires treatment, and treatment options may include casting, splinting, surgical intervention, or other orthopedic methods. The healing of fractures may vary depending on the type of bone, the location of the fracture, and the treatment method.

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