Muscle Stimulators
Muscle Stimulators

Muscle Stimulators

Brand/Manufacturer: MED LABS, INC
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Muscle Stimulators allow easy one hand operation, including current adjustment, active probe positioning and on-off control. These instruments are used in the evaluation and treatment of muscle dysfunction caused by peripheral and C.N.S. disorders. They are most commonly used for preventing or retarding muscle atrophy, relaxing muscle spasms and muscle re-education.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
EMS-1C Interrupted DC Each $12.50
EMS-2C Interrupted DC and Pulsed Each $13.75


  • Muscle Stimulators is ideal for facial and smaller peripheral muscles
  • Reliable and versatile
  • Use either water-soaked or conductive rubber electrodes
  • Current limited safety
  • Active probe positioning and on-off control
  • Effective and comfortable stimulation
  • Pulsed current
  • 9V Alkaline Battery (included)

More Information

  • Physicians and therapists prescribe these instruments for their patients to administer some of their own therapy.
  • Due to the simplicity of the units and the inherent safety of battery powered devices (complete isolation from other equipment and the AC line voltage).
  • Permits an optimum amount of therapy, rather than that limited by the therapists schedule and cost concerns.
  • Electronically, the circuit uses a simple but very effective current-sourced output, supplying the needed voltage to produce the set output current.


 0 to 18 mA Peak
1 Pulse/Second
30 Milli-second Duration
0 to 25 mA Peak
80 Pulse/Second
250 Mikr-second Duration
WeightApproximately 5oz


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Which unit is better for peripheral nerve stimulation.  IE Bells Palsy (EMS 1C vs  EMS 2C)
Karen Olson - 2/8/2017 7:29:12 PM
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Muscle Stimulators should only be used under the guidance of a therapist with specialist training in the management of facial palsy. Use of electrical stimulation should be closely monitored by the therapist. Patients should not try this treatment without supervision as there are some indications that it may cause harm when used incorrectly.
Customer Care - 2/9/2017 3:29:34 AM
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