VQ OrthoCare has introduced the Avid IF 2 to its lineup of electrotherapy products. The portable interferential device is engineered to serve as a safe and effective pain management system intended to relieve acute pain, manage chronic pain, relax muscle spasms, maintain range of motion, and increase circulation.

A company news release notes that the Avid IF 2 electrical stimulator is built to generate small pulses of current that are delivered through lead wires to stimulating electrodes placed on the patient’s skin. These pulses then pass through the skin and activate underlying nerves. The Avid IF 2 activates sensory nerves at lower levels of stimulation, producing a tingling sensation that blocks pain messages, the release says. Motor nerves are activated at higher levels of stimulation, resulting in increased circulation, reduced muscle spasms and promotes recovery.

The Avid IF 2 system comes with nonsterile, reusable electrodes, lead wire, Power Packs (batteries), patient manual, adhesive remover towelettes, AC adapter, telephone cord with splitter, and cradle with modem.

Available by prescription only.

For more information, visit www.vqorthocare.com

[Source: VQ OrthoCare]