EMG BIOFEEDBACK HUD (HOME-USE DEVICE), WHEN AND HOW TO CHOOSE AND USE THEM TO CONTROL HEALTH ISSUE
There are many kinds of EMG biofeedback HUD (home use devices). The most complicated is usually found in therapeutic and clinical settings, and are administered with the help of a doctor or other healthcare professional who can help you get the most out of it. But there are also smaller, less powerful (but still helpful) devices that you can purchase and use as part of a daily regimen to help you train your body to overcome your unconscious muscular reactions to the stress and anxiety of modern life. The uses of electromyographic biofeedback aren’t limited to just stress and stress-related conditions. They also help those suffering from chronic migraines, and assist with psychological therapies such as mindfulness meditation. There are even athletes who have been experimenting with electromyographic biofeedback therapies to help them achieve new heights of physical fitness. EMG biofeedback home use device can be used to solve muscular rehab problems. There are also a lot of research data regarding the EMG Biofeedback HUD effective use in rehabilitation after traumatic injury (bone, muscles) and stroke (muscular hypotonia).
NeuroTrac® Simplex is a single channel EMG unit that suitable for diagnosing, monitoring and treating a wide range of muscle problems.
• Suitable for diagnosing, monitoring and treating a wide range of muscle problems
• Single Channel EMG unit
• The optional multilingual computer database system
• Structured protocols for consistency of patient progress reports (software)
• Used as an EMG biofeedback training aid or diagnostic tool
• Measures EMG from 0.2µV to 2000µV Accurately
• Designed for a wide range of physiotherapy applications such as incontinence, shoulder and neck pains, patellofemoral pain, repetitive strain injury, stroke plus much more
• Used as a learning tool for both patients and therapists with emphasis on improving rehabilitation techniques
• Produces and prints comprehensive patient progress reports of work/rest averages, onset contraction and muscle release times, peak values, work/rest average deviations (with optional software)
• Ability to lock the unit
• Records EMG statistics
• Compact, light and reliable
• Easy to use optional software available
• Low-cost high quality and very accurate
You can power on this easy to use Biofeedback unit and the real-time EMG will be continuously measured. You can press the START button to begin the Work/Rest program. Here you will be prompted to contract and relax muscles. When the session is finished, the statistics will be displayed on the LCD: work time, rest time, onset and release time. One easy to use the customizable program, where you can use the default settings or change: work time, rest time, number of repetitions, etc.
NeuroTrac MyoPlus2 Pro is a new and improved touch-screen with a full-color display. The new user-friendly interface makes it a self-explanatory unit with the interactive learning on the go, including electrode placement, running EMG graph as well as many other helpful tools.
• New and Improved touch-screen with a full-color display. The new user-friendly interface makes it a self-explanatory unit with interactive learning on the go, including electrode placement, running EMG graph, EMG biofeedback Games and Templates as well as many other helpful tools.
• Pre-set programs for Incontinence treatment, Sports and muscular development, neuromuscular Rehabilitation.
• Designed for Physiotherapists in mind to be used as a portable tool. Suitable as a personal trainer for in-clinic or home use (under guidance).
• 2 channel EMG (Biofeedback) combined with 2 channels of NMES (stimulation).
• 2 channel ETS (EMG triggered stimulation) with stimulation on 2 channels.
• Simple single-phase or multiphase operation: multiphase allows EMG/ETS/STIM to be combined in one program.
• Multilingual LCD screen and voice prompts for Biofeedback.
• Manual and Automatic threshold control.
• EMG Biofeedback between stimulation (muscle activity and tiredness indication when using muscle stimulation).
• Stand-alone device or used in conjunction with established multilingual software.
• Up to 10 meters of wireless (Bluetooth) connection for NeuroTrac Software.
• For home users: Produces and prints (with the optional PC Software) the comprehensive patient progress reports on a day to day basis providing average readings (2 channels) on work/rest, peak, onset and muscle release times, work and rest deviations and the average mA current.
• Used as a learning tool for both patient and clinician with emphasis on improving treatment techniques in the use of EMG and Neuromuscular stimulation.Model number: MYO220P. This product is available through selected distributors who are able to provide training and support.
Pelvic Muscle Trainer (XFT-0010) is a new innovation kegel exerciser. This device adopts pneumatic principles and biofeedback technology – EMG Biofeedback HUD. It can guide and help females to perform pelvic muscle exercise (Kegel exercise) more safely and effectively, which means that you may achieve better bladder control, improve symptoms of stress and urge incontinence, prevent pelvic organ relaxation, enhance intimacy and improve problems that contribute to female sexual dysfunctions such as muscle relaxation or painful spasm.
Bia’s Personal Pelvic Muscle Trainer was designed to strengthen pelvic muscles through guided kegel exercises. Strong pelvic muscles can offer many benefits, including, but not limited to, the elimination or reduction of the severity of Stress and/or Urinary Urge Incontinence. Involuntary bladder leaks can occur if bladder muscles are weak. This can happen to men and women of all ages. Adult women are more likely than men to develop urinary incontinence due to the differences in the pelvic region and the changes incurred by pregnancy and childbirth.
It is estimated that 10%-30% of all women experience some form of incontinence. This number is probably much higher since many women with incontinence are often too embarrassed to seek treatment.
Stress Incontinence describes the involuntary leakage of urine when a person coughs, sneezes, strains or makes sudden movements. It is particularly common in women and occurs when the bladder neck and the other mechanisms that act to hold urine in the bladder are not working properly.
Urge Incontinence describes an overactive bladder. A person may experience a strong and sudden urge to go to the toilet but are not always able to hold on or have to go so frequently that it becomes inconvenient.
Mixed Incontinence is a combination of both Stress and Urge Incontinence.
Bia’s Personal Pelvic Muscle Trainer will guide you through your pelvic exercises. This small interactive device will prompt you when to flex and when to relax through the use of visual and audio cues. This will help you to reach your goal of stronger pelvic muscles much sooner than Kegel exercises alone.
- Exercises and Tones the Pelvic Floor Muscle
- Vaginal Sensor Gives Real-Time, On-Screen Biofeedback to Help You Improve
- Can Cure Incontinence – Stress, Urge, and Mixed
- Easy-to-Use Clinically Approved Pre-S
- It can reduce leakage – not simply contain it. Most women see significant results in as little as 3 weeks.
- It is drug-free with no side effects.
- It is safe and easy to use with preset programs to suit your needs.
- It is discreet and can be used at home during your own time.
- It may help to avoid surgery
- It may improve sexual intimacy by toning your pelvic floor.