Biotronix Physiotherapy Electrotherapy Combination Therapy 5 in one IFT MS TENS Ultrasound Therapy and Deep Heat Therapy Basic Model Make in India with 2 year warranty

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Biotronix Physiotherapy Electrotherapy Combination Therapy 5 n one IFT MS TENS Ultrasound Therapy and Deep Heat Therapy Make in India with 2 year warranty 


Solution Forever Biotronix delivers you the best combination therapy unit with pre programmes installed. One single machine includes both Low frequency (Tens and Muscle stimulation) , Medium Frequency current (IFT) and Ultrasonic and Heat therapy. Easy to use and cost effective machine.

Key Benefits:

  • Gain explosive speed and power
  • Improve endurance of the muscles
  • Increases healing of tissues by enhancing protein synthesis and increased micro circulation
  • Reduced risk of injury through proper warm up
  • Build muscle size and density
  • Increase vertical and muscle reaction time
  • Increase local blood flow to sore and achy muscles
  • Pain management Through increased circulation and mobility

 When to use:

  • Pain Relief
  • Strength training
  • Re-innervation of muscles
  • Healing, Tissue repair
  • Relaxation of spasm
  • Improving Mobility
  • Edema reduction

Technical Specifications:

IFT /MS /TENS Section ( The LCD based section Output can be used as IFT ,MS and TENS and per Treatment need ) 


  •  Frequency: 2KHz , 2.5KHz and 4KHz
  • Treatment Timer: 0 to 99 Min
  • Beat Frequency: 0-150Hz, 80-150Hz, 10-150Hz
  • Spectrum: Rectangular, Triangular, Trapezodial
  • Therapy Mode: 2P, 4P, 4PV
  • Display: LCD

Muscle Stimulator:

  • Therapeutic: 30-300 msec (10 msec step)
  • Diagnostic: .01, .03, .1, .3, 1, 3, 10, 100, 300 msec
  • Treatment Modes: Iontophorosis,  Intermittent Galvanic Faradic, Surged Faradic
  • Surged Faradic:
    • On Time: 1-10 sec
    • Off Time: 1-10 sec


  • Frequency : 2, 10, 50, 100, 150 Hz
  • Therapy Modes : Burst, Cont. Burst -2, PWM, Sweep, Combi


  • Input Voltage : 220V AC/50Hz
  • Ultrasound Frequency - 1MHz 
  • Ultrasound Power Density - 3.5 Watt / cm2
  • Treatment Time : 0-99 minutes
  • Mode of Operations - Continuous & Pulsed
  • Pulse Duration - 1:1, 1:4, 1:7, 1:9

Deep Heat:

  • Temperature controller for 0-75°F
  • 2 Pads for heat


Computerized Interferential Therapy machine with Mid-frequency current makes it very attractive and free from analog knobs systems. It contains concept is completely soft touch unit. The circuit is based on Micro Processors based which different programs for the different type of treatment applications.

# Technical Specification

(1) Different applications based on Digital 125 Programs 

(2) A current module of 4-channel Electrotherapy machine 

(3) Separate Display for timer, intensity and beat frequency 

(4) Include TENS; Faradic and Galvanic current 

(6) Input Supply : 220V Ac, 50 Hz 

(7) Therapy modes : 4P, 4PV, 2P 

(8) Carrier Frequency : 2,4KHz 

(9) Base 0-150 Hz 

(10) Sweep : 0- 100Hz

(11) Output current:  0-100 mA 

(12) Timer: 0-99 minutes 

(13) Weight  4 kg (Approx.) 

Ultrasound Therapy unit


Ultrasonic nominal Frequency : 1 Mhz

Ultrasonic Output                      : 15Acousstic Maximum

Ultrasonic power density mode

Operation                                   : 2.2 watts/cm2 Continuous and of pulsed mode.

Pulse ratios                                : 1:1, 1:3, 1:5, 1:7, 1:9

Treatment time                           : 0 to 6 Minutes

Timer                                          : Electronic timer 0to 99 minutes with digital display

Display                                        :Digital display


What you will Get in this Package : 

1 Pc Biotronix Combination Electrotherapy 5 in one IFT MS TENS ( 125 Programs )  Ultrasound Therapy and Deep Heat Therapy make in India with 2 year warranty 

1 Pc Main Cord 

1 Pc Ultrasound 1 Mhz Applicator and Wire 

4 Pc IFT /MS/TENS Wire 

4 Pc IFT /MS /TENS Electrodes

1 Pc Pen Electrode 

2 Set Velcro Strap ( 3 pc Strap small medium large in one set ) 

2 Pc Gel Bottle 

2 deep Heat Therapy Pads 

1 Pc Carry Bag 




Warranty Details: 2 Year Offsite Warranty for Equipment against manufacturing defects ,No warranty or Guarantee for the Accessories like wire, pads ,US Applicator  etc .



Combination unit may help treat the following symptoms:


Although it is safe for most people, experts recommend that in below mentioned situation; avoid Electrotherapy treatment unless a doctor advises its use.

  • Pregnant women: Pregnant women should avoid using TENS in the abdominal and pelvic regions.
  • People with epilepsy: Applying electrodes to the head or neck of people with epilepsy may induce seizures.
  • People with a pacemaker or another type of electrical or metal implant.
  • Electrotherapy should not be used in areas of the body where cancerous lesions exist.
  • The treatment should not be applied in areas of the skin that are swollen, infected, or inflamed (e.g. varicose veins)
  • Ultrasound should not be used near bone growth centers until bone growth is complete and over a healing Fracture

          Ultrasound should not be used on unconscious patients


What is IFT? 

Interferential Therapy or (IFT)  is a type of electrotherapy treatments that use electric currents to stimulate tissue which provides pain relief, reduction of swelling and many other health benefits.

IFT uses a range of frequencies which stimulate the body to get positive reactions such as increasing blood supply in an area which increases the healing speed.

IFT physiotherapy

 Interferential Therapy is approved for the symptomatic relief and management of chronic (long-term) intractable, post-traumatic and post-surgical pain. Many medical professionals use Interferential Therapy for its drug-free, non-invasive promotion of healing and pain relief. IFT in physiotherapy has become incredibly popular due to the ease of use, lack of side effects and the amazing feedback from people suffering from a variety of different conditions.

It has been shown that multiple daily treatments provide improved results.

Home treatment can help reduce pain, medication, and edema.

Interferential machines can be used to treat pain associated with:

  • Back, Neck, and Shoulder Pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Spondylitis and Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Bruising and Swelling
  • Postoperative Pain
  • Epicondylitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Constipation
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Joint Injuries
  • Overuse Injuries and Surgical Procedures
  • Edema and Inflammation
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Sports Injuries

How Interferential Therapy works

Unlike TENS machines, which delivers intermittent pulses to stimulate surface nerves and block the pain signal, IFT machines deliver a continuous stimulation deep into the affected tissue. The stimulation both blocks pain and reduces swelling and inflammation which can cause pain.

IFT achieves the deep penetration by using a 4000Hz carrier wave to overcome the skin impedance.

4 pole interferential works by putting two signals into the tissue at slightly different frequencies. Where they cross over, the two signals “interfere” to produce a lower frequency, therapeutic current. In theory, this interference current is generated in the pattern shown in the diagram. In practice, the tissues do not conduct uniformly, so the currents rarely interfere in the expected target area. Therapists commonly use moveable electrodes to “hunt” for the best electrode positions. 

This is a slight issue for un-trained home use. Many patients find just positioning and connecting up to four electrodes a problem, without having to optimise the position.



Contraindications Interferential current therapy (IFT)

  • Arterial disease
  • Febrile condition
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Infective condition
  • Danger of hemorrhage
  • Malignancy
  • Pacemaker
  • During menstruation
  • Large open wounds
  • Pregnant uterus
  • Unreliable patient
  • Dermatological condition


Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, or TENS, is a non-marcotic pain treatment alternative that uses electrical currents to relieve pain. The electrical currents both disrupt pain signals, preventing them from entering the brain, and promote the release of endorphins in the body to relieve pain. It is a safe, non-habit forming, non-narcotic pain relief alternative that frees users from the risk of addiction or dependency since it does not involve the use of drugs.

TENS or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation units provide back pain relief by sending electrical impulses that disrupt pain signals.

How Does Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Relieve Pain

The TENS device uses electricity at very low voltage levels to "confuse" the pain signals in the body (which are also electrical currents). When these signals are confused, the brain does not receive the signal and the pain is essentially not felt by the user. This produces the effect of pain relief.


TENS devices use transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation to deliver pain-killing therapy via electrodes

The therapy is administered by a TENS device. It is a temporary pain relief however, it is highly effective. Many patients who cannot treat their pain with traditional medicines or drugs, or who do not wish to risk addiction to opiates, have found great relief using Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS). The treatment gives them relief from symptoms in a safe manner. Devices are also very small and can be worn during the day.

When and How Can Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Be Used?

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation works on multiple types of pain. It is commonly used on several different types of back pain including lower back pain, disc pain and sciatica. It is also used on a variety of different muscle pain and nerve pain. TENS can also treat many different types of pain. Users can adjust the settings of the device to their own personal preferences to target their pain. The devices can send different strength signals and various wave lengths to the body. Electrodes can be placed anywhere on the body besides the head and upper neck area, so nearly all parts of the body can be treated by Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation.


What Are the Benefits?

The benefits are many. First, it is a safe pain reliever since it does not use any chemical substance or drugs. It can also be used at home so it is very convenient and requires no hospital visits. The devices are not expensive either, and often much less than narcotic pain killers. They are reusable and only electrodes need replacing. So a single device can be used for a length of time. Since they are adjustable, most patients are able to find relief from their symptoms

TENS, or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a pain treatment that uses low voltage electric current to Distract pain signals in your body. TENS is typically done with a TENS unit. Nowadays there are many types of TENS Modalities are available, but the basic principle remains the same. TENS can be portable or with a clinic setup.

You attach the pads directly to your skin. When the machine is switched on, small electrical impulses are delivered to the affected area of your body, which you feel like a tingling sensation.The electrical impulses can reduce the pain signals going to the spinal cord and brain, which may help relieve pain and relax muscles. They may also stimulate the production of endorphins, which are the body's natural painkillers. There are two theories about how transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) works. One theory is that the electric current stimulates nerve cells that block the transmission of pain signals, modifying your perception of pain. The other theory is that nerve stimulation raises the level of endorphins, which are the body’s natural pain-killing chemical. The endorphins then block the perception of pain. but in short, it is all about Pain gate Theory! :)


  1. High-Frequency TENS ( Conventional TENS)
  2. Low-Frequency TENS (Acupuncture TENS)
  3. Burst TENS
  4. Brief Intense TENS
  5. Modulated TENS

Where TENS is USED ?!

TENS may be able to help reduce pain and muscle spasms caused by a wide range of conditions including arthritis, period pain, pelvic pain caused by endometriosis, knee pain, neck pain, back pain, sports injuries and It's also sometimes used as a method of pain relief during labor. TENS is a noninvasive method for relieving pain. People who experience pain relief from TENS may be able to reduce their intake of pain medications. A physiotherapist is Using TENS for a long time and it is showing both Physical and psychological effects. yet some evidence is showing that TENS is not effective in all conditions.

When to avoid TENS?

Although it is safe for most people, Physiotherapist Recommend that people who are contraindicated like Pregnant women, epileptic or people who are getting seizures infrequent, People with heart problems or related to Blood pressure( hypertension or hypotension)and People with a pacemaker or another type of electrical or metal implant. TENS should not be applied To infected tissues, wounds due to osteomyelitis, or if you have tuberculosis. TENS therapy may result in the spread of infections. and To areas of tissue that have been recently treated with radiation. So basically cancer is also contraindicative.

TENS should never be applied on Near or over eyes or mouth, front or side of neck, or on the head, Near reproductive organs or genitals. a patient who has to severe lack of sensation is also contraindicative.

What is the Adaptation of TENS?

people who use a TENS unit daily at the same frequency and intensity can develop a tolerance or in simple language adaptation to the treatment. A person who develops tolerance will no longer feel the same level of pain relief that they did when they first used the unit.

To prevent this from occurring, people can alternate between Low Frequency and High-Frequency TENS within each treatment session. Alternatively, they can gradually increase the intensity or duration of TENS daily.

What Is Electrical Stimulation?

Electrical stimulation is a type of physical therapy modality used to accomplish various tasks in physical therapy (PT). If you have an injury or illness that causes pain or limited functional mobility, your physical therapist may use electrical stimulation, or E-stim, as one part of your rehabilitation program.

Conditions in which electrical stimulation is used may include:

  • Low back pain
  • Post-surgical pain1
  • For muscle weakness or poor motor control
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis

If you are experiencing pain, spasm, inflammation, or muscular weakness, your physical therapist may use this versatile modality as part of your treatment.


How EMS Is Used Effectively for Rehabilitation and Training

What Is Electrical Muscle Stimulation?

As you probably already know, your brain controls everything you do, say, think, and feel. This means that when you bend your leg, a message is sent from your brain to the muscle on the top of your leg (quadriceps) telling it to contract. Then a second message is sent to the muscle on the back of your leg (hamstring) telling it to relax.

When you feel pain, a similar thing happens. When you touch something hot, a message carrying that sensation is sent to your brain, telling it that the surface is hot and dangerous. Our brain instantaneously sends the same signals telling the muscles to remove the hand.

All of these messages are sent in under one-thousandth of a second, along tracks known as neural pathways. If you are over 18, you probably remember the old radios where you had to fiddle with a dial to find a radio station because each one had its own frequency. This is exactly how messages in your body work: each type of brain signal has its own frequency. Some of these signals include: pain, sharp, blunt, hot, cold, muscle contraction, and muscle relaxation.

A few years ago, scientists not only discovered these pathways, but they were also able to discover the “frequency” on which we send these messages. Not long after the research was developed further, EMS machines were honed and improved with the ability to use the same neural pathways to send messages to our brain and muscles telling them what to do and how to do it.



Why Would Your Therapist Use EMS?

There are a number of reasons your therapist might use EMS. These include:

1. Pain Relief – When scientists discovered the frequency that our body uses to send messages telling us about pain, they also discovered that there were similar frequencies that could block those pain messages. Imagine that your pain signals are going along train tracks, and the station manager wants to stop the train. All they would need to do is open a gate across the tracks and that would likely stop the train. This is the case with pain. When you hurt yourself, you may have noticed that you automatically rub the area—that action of rubbing gives the brain different signals and blocks the transmission of the pain frequency. This is not the main use for EMS machines, but is definitely one to be aware of. EMS also provides the added benefit of pain relief for patients who are unwilling or unable to take oral pain relief such as anti-inflammatories.

2. Muscle Memory – It sounds slightly counterintuitive, but these neural pathways and messages we have been talking about create a type of permanent track in our mind. It’s a little bit like the way that scratching a ruler across a wooden table will at some point leave a slight divot. These “divots” are known as our muscle memory. This memory is why David Beckham can, after not kicking a ball for six months, know how to curl the ball into the top corner. His body simply remembers how to do it. The same thing applies to athletes that run fast: Once they have run a new personal best, their body “remembers” how to do it and, therefore, it’s easier to replicate the next time.

If you take this a step further, think about when you learned how to walk and move. You (usually) learned the correct patterns for human movement. These patterns are designed for us to be effective and efficient, and reduce the risk of injury. As we get older, we become lazy and start to develop poor habits, including bad posture. When this happens, some muscles become lazy and aren’t doing the work they should be.

The same thing happens when people develop an injury. For example, when you hurt your knee often, your thigh muscles (quadriceps) will “switch off” as a protective mechanism. The reason for this is that our body interprets pain as danger (usually correctly) and therefore, if moving your knee causes pain, it will try and switch off the muscles controlling your knee so you can do no further damage. Once the acute injury has been resolved, your quadriceps might not “switch back on.” This is the reason that athletes often develop a secondary injury after returning to sport; while the original injury has healed, the muscles are not as strong as they were. EMS is very effective in cases like this. The therapist ascertains which muscles aren’t working and uses the EMS machine to manually “jump start” them. I’ll talk more about how they can do that later.

3. Maximum Muscle Activation – This type of EMS treatment is similar to the one above, but is most commonly used in athletes. When you contract a muscle at any given time—for example, your quadriceps—you may only actually use 40% of the muscle fibers and electrical signals available in your leg. This happens mostly because our bodies are incredibly good at learning how to be effective. So, if using 40% gets the job done, then that is all it will use. The problem with this occurs when you are trying to push your body further than you have before. A weightlifter, for example, may try to lift a weight heavier than they ever have before. As a result, they need to recruit as many of the available muscle fibers and electrical signals as possible. Unfortunately for us all, it is not as simple as just asking your body to do it; your body has to relearn the action and learn to “switch on” the extra fibers, and do so in the correct order.


When and How Should EMS Be Used?

EMS is best used as an adjunct to your training program; just one tool in your training arsenal. Suggested uses of EMS are:

To Aid Muscle Strengthening When in Pain or Injured

One of the most common situations in which a therapist will use EMS is when an athlete is trying to regain muscle strength, but physical movement or training is prevented by pain and/or acute injury. A common example of this is when a patient has had knee surgery. During the months and years leading up to the surgery, the muscles around the knee will have become increasingly weak either as a result of the muscles “switching off” as a protective mechanism or because the patient initially puts more strain on the other leg to avoid pain. The secondary cause of the muscle weakness is a patient leading a less active lifestyle in order to avoid pain and discomfort.

During the very early stages of rehabilitation (from the initial hours after surgery onward), the therapist aims to reactivate the muscles that have been affected during surgery and begin to trigger the muscle memory. They’ll do this as quickly after surgery as possible.

However, because the patient has been through a fairly traumatic surgery and may be in some discomfort, they may be unable or unwilling to carry out the therapist’s wishes. In this situation, the therapist can use EMS both as a mechanism to relieve the pain and, secondary to that, as a method to activate the muscles without requiring any (or very little) movement from the patient. This can be a useful way for the therapist to help the patient regain confidence in their ability to use the muscles with minimal discomfort.

To Enable Training When Fatigued and Prevent Injury

The most common cause of injury in any exercise program is fatigue, regardless of whether the program is designed to help you return from injury, strengthen to prevent injury, or simply improve a physical skill. When you become tired, a number of significant changes occur that greatly increase your chances of suffering an injury. These changes are:

1. Slower Signal Transmission – The signals we’ve been talking about throughout this article are sent at an incredible speed; however, as we become tired the speed of transmission slows. The cause for concern here is that fatigue prevents our body from having enough time to react in order to prevent injury. An example of this occurs if you are jogging and place your foot on a stone. Your brain will receive the message that your foot is on unstable ground and, as a result, amend your center of gravity and weight distribution and tell your foot to adjust its position, all in a fraction of a second. If, however, you are fatigued and this messaging is delayed, it is increasingly likely that you will not receive those messages in time to make the necessary adjustments prior to rolling your ankle and getting injured.

2. Movement Patterns – As we become tired, perhaps at the end of a training session, our movement patterns change. This is generally done as a mechanism to try and “cheat” the exercise and recruit extra muscles to help out. If you go to the gym and watch people in the weights area you will see this frequently. One of the most obvious examples of this is when people are doing bicep curls. In theory, the only movement in their body during this exercise is the lower arm, which they should bend and extend at the elbow. However, as the person becomes tired, you will see them “hitch”’ their shoulder to try and recruit extra muscles. They may even start to swing at the waist, hoping momentum will get the weight up! This creates cause for concern because these new adaptations are likely to result in an injury.

3. Motor Weakness – Simply put, when they’re fatigued, our muscles are tired. They are simply not capable of carrying out the demands we place on them. You may have experienced this if you have ever been on a long run or had a tough leg-training session and then tried to climb the stairs. Your legs likely felt like jelly and gave way under you. Other than the obvious risks that falling presents, you are at an increased risk of joint and muscle injury during this time because your muscles are overloaded.

Due to the reasons above, you have likely been advised not to complete any training when you’re fatigued. However, thanks to the invention of EMS, this is no longer the case. A therapist can apply EMS at the end of a session and activate the specific muscles, continuing to work on activation and tone while you are lying on a couch, at no risk of injury. This is often used in conjunction with visual rehearsal for maximum benefit.


What is Ultrasound Therapy 


The waves sent through the body have several broadly applicable benefits, making ultrasound therapy suitable for a wide range of issues. As well as heating and relaxing the muscles, ultrasound therapy breaks down scar tissue and increases local blood flow. All of this combines to increase healing rates in the area, making it a suitable way to speed up slow-healing or chronic issues. We now think that it can also encourage the repair of damaged bones. More recently, it has been used to reduce pain from conditions such as osteoporosis and arthritis.


What Is It Used For?

Since the benefits of ultrasound are so broad, it can be used for a huge range of issues. However, it is usually reserved for problems with swollen muscles, particularly when time is a factor in the recovery.

The heating and relaxing benefits help to alleviate muscle pain, while the increased flow to the affected area will mean that more lymph passes through. Lymph is a clear fluid that carries white blood cells throughout our body, which fights infection, encourages healing, and removes excess fluid. These three factors combined make it a very effective way to treat swelling and inflammation, not only of the muscles, but also of the joints and ligaments. Issues such as tendonitis, not-acute joint swelling, and chronic inflammation are some of the most commonly treated issues.

What Are The Risks?

Ultrasound therapy is a very low-risk, non-invasive procedure. That being said, there are times when it is unsuitable to use. Despite its similarity to ultrasound machines, ultrasound therapy is not suitable for issues located near the womb of a pregnant woman. The wavelengths used in this therapy are different to those used in a prenatal ultrasound, and could put the pregnancy at risk. However, the therapy can still be used on other parts of the body, regardless of whether or not a woman is pregnant.

Ultrasound therapy may also be unsuitable for people with malignant growths, or cardiovascular issues. But again, this can depend on where the therapy is to take place on the body. Ultrasound therapy is completely unsuitable anywhere on the head or testicles, and above any metal implants. It is generally avoided over the spine, and the growth plates of children, as it may have unintended consequences. 

Deep heat Therapy ( Superficial Heat )

The  Deep heat Therapy ( Superficial Heat ) is used for the treatment of cellulite, obesity and also, indirectly to relieve pain and inflammation associated with chronic osteoarticular conditions, producing a pleasant sense of well being. The appliance emits heat as pre selected temperatures to ensure penetration and effect on deep tissues.
















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