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Mettler Electronics’ newest neuromuscular stimulator the Sys*Stim® 240. Read more…

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Ultrasonic Cleaners

Cavitator Ultrasonic Cleaners come in four sizes, designed to fit Read more…

Tens 211 muscle stimTwo channel digital OTC TENS/EMS device

Two channel digital OTC TENS/EMS device for pain relief Read more…

Traction

Neural-Flex® Decompression The Mettler Neural-Flex system is the first decompression System which adds the capability of advanced treatment of nerve and foraminal encroachment syndromes as well as a new option for patients suffering with spinal stenosis. Only the Mettler Neural-Flex Technology maintains an axial pull vector while allowing the patient’s lower torso to be dropped into deep flexion. The flexion caudal section is fully powered for effortless transition to the pain relieving position. To learn more about the Neural-Flex system, see the product listing below.


Neural-Flex® Decompression System ME4100

Neural-Flex Decompression The Mettler Neural-Flex system is the first Decompression System which adds the capability of advanced treatment of nerve and

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Economy Decompression System ME4300

Economy Decompression System The Mettler Economy traction system provides a sable table platform at an affordable price. The Friction Free Lumbar Section separates five inches and rolls on four Steel

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MTD 4000 Traction Head Unit

The MTD 4000 (Mettler Traction Decompression) system is an easy to use device that offers static and intermittent traction with user definable hold, rest, and treatment times.

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Power Cord for the MTD 4000, 110 V (domestic)

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Traction Cable With Hook

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Patient Safety Switch

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Mettler Electronics Corp.

Changing the quality of hot and cold therapy packs. TS gel uses a double wall construction that allows for stronger wear and tear.
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The Sys*Stim® 228 neuromuscular stimulator has four discrete waveforms: Interferential, Premodulated, Medium Frequency (Russian) and Biphasic waveforms.
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