Painmaster micro current therapy patch
Mectone micro current paste is a unique product produced by high-tech means. Under the control of the embedded chip, the two poles of the treatment stick can stably and continuously release the therapeutic amount of physiological current, which can treat various common clinical pain and relieve the fatigue of muscles, bones and joints.
Mectone micro current paste
Neck and shoulder pain
Upper limb pain
Meclac - Technical Introduction
Compared with the control group, microcurrent could increase the level of amino acid transport and protein synthesis by 30-40% in the treated area. Continuous repetitive DC stimulation could increase capillary perfusion and capillary proliferation by 300% In vitro studies have shown that direct current with physiological intensity can cause fibroblasts to arrange along the current direction and move toward the negative electrode. Fibroblasts mediate the healing process through endogenous growth factor receptors (especially growth factor B, one of the main factors in collagen synthesis). Painmaster is one of the current pain treatment devices. It has a long-term built-in battery and a chip controlled electrode. It uses stable and programmed micro current output to treat patients and achieve rehabilitation and tissue regeneration. Painmaster has been certified by NHS, FDA and CE. Indications: sports injury sprain, strain and contusion low back pain muscle spasm rheumatic pain shoulder pain stiff neck pain knee and joint pain tennis elbow sciatica wound healing temporary mandibular joint dysfunction muscle fiber pain A large number of scientific literatures have shown that the rehabilitation, growth and regeneration of all organisms are regulated by endogenous biological currents, which occur at the levels of Pico and nanoamperes. However, in the injured tissue, a large increase in impedance (bioelectrical impedance) will produce a circuit blocking effect. If the problem remains unsolved, it may lead to pain and chronic physical dysfunction. In order to solve this problem, meclac can transfer exogenous micro current (one millionth of an ampere) to the injured area to increase the endogenous current. The impedance of the injured tissue will be reduced, so that bioelectricity can re-enter the injured area to restore the balance between the injured cells and the injured cells. Therefore, the correct micro current therapy can stimulate and maintain many chemical and bioelectrical reactions in the process of cell healing.