MedX Rehab Console
The compact MedX Console has three accessory ports to provide the flexibility to use either laser or SLD combinations in continuous or pulsed mode. The console also offers the flexibility of using 3 SLD clusters. Built-in guidelines prompt you through the selection of protocols, then automatically calculate and display dosage and treatment times. Alternatively, treatment protocols can also be quickly programmed in manual mode, allowing for easy set-up.
Once activated, the console displays the time and energy delivered for each port separately, and automatically turns itself off once treatment is completed. For each patient you can treat up to three sites at the same time.
MedX console powers and controls a 450 mW Rehab Handheld Infrared Laser and 2 hands-free 1000mW visible red and infrared SLD clusters. Alternatively, three SLD clusters can be used in the console when the laser has been removed. One benefit of the laser is a more directed, deeper penetration of energy, while the SLD clusters provide more even distribution of photon energy and positive systemic effects.
MedX Console Accessories
Rehab Handheld Laser
The MedX handheld laser is an ergonomically designed accessory that is powered by the MedX Console. The Class IIIb laser provides 450 mW of power with 3 GaAlAs laser diodes and a visible guide light.
The hand-held laser is programmed through the console. This allows the faster, deeper penetrating laser to be activated and reactivated to treat multiple locations, while the SLD clusters are delivering the programmed dose for a more effective treatment protocol.
The larger area SLD cluster provides a combination of predominantly infrared (870 nm) with visible red (633nm) energy. The SLD cluster covers a large surface area of 2.56 cm², or approximately 2 square inches. The broader area and even distribution of photon energy increases local circulation and lymphatics as well as promotes greater systemic effects.
The two SLD clusters can be attached with Velcro straps for hands-free application, allowing unattended treatment. Alternatively, the clinician can utilize the laser simultaneously. Once treatment has been completed the clusters emit an audible sound and automatically turn off.
MedX Rehab Portable Laser
The MedX Rehab Portable Laser provides a total power of 450 mW of infrared energy that utilizes three 150 mW, 808nm GaAlAs laser diodes, plus a visible blue guide LED. Automatic, timed cycles with audible feedback of energy delivered, make treatments simple and effective. The rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery lasts all day, making it ideal for in-clinic or off-site treatments.
MedX’s rugged, light-weight, convenient yet powerful device allows you the freedom to administer treatment quickly and easily anywhere. Scientific evidence supports early treatment that can significantly improve treatment outcomes.
Two pairs of laser safety goggles are provided, and includes a carrying case and the MedX Rehab Treatment Manual.
MedX Rehab Treatment Manual
The MedX Treatment Manual illustrates comprehensive protocols for a wide range of medical and rehabilitation conditions. This enables the healthcare professional to seamlessly incorporate the MedX Rehabilitation devices into their practice to more effectively treat patients.
MedX HOME unit
The light-weight and user-friendly MedX HOME console has pre-programmed protocols, and can have up to five different treatment protocols programmed manually. The console powers and controls the same 1000 mW SLD Cluster as the professional rehab console unit. The SLD clusters combine near infrared (870nm) and red visible (633nm) superluminous diodes. The MedXHOME unit can offer additional treatment flexibility in the clinic, or can be rented or sold to patients for an at-home treatment choice. The unit comes in a practical carrying case with supporting educational documentation.
The MedX HOME can provide an alternative treatment option for patients who have difficulty coming in for consistent treatment, or travel great distances. Protocols can be programmed by the healthcare professional and self-administered by the patient in the convenience of their own home. There is an additional feature that allows the health care professional to set the number of treatment days the device will function, thereby ensuring the patient and device return to the clinic for follow-up.