Twin
Cryotherapy and thermal contrast therapy with Peltier effect in the treatment of pain in Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
  • Handpiece applicator with two special metal plates kept at opposite temperatures (cold side-blue, hot side-red)
  • Patented technical solutions for rapid transition between warm and cold phases
  • Continuous temperature monitoring during each treatment
  • High-energy exchange at tissue level thanks to the high heat conductivity of the metal and to the heat “pumping” activated by means of a solid state heat pump (Peltier effect)
  • Microprocessor controlled and touch screen control panel; manual settings or direct access to preset application modes
  • Low weights and easy transportation
Cryokinetic
Cryokinetic
Cryokinetic
Administration and exogenous heat subtraction to activate the biological effects that have an advantage in the rehabilitation program. Cryotherapy recommended in the acute phases and in combination with other methods during the later stages of rehabilitation. Contrast therapy particularly useful in the treatment of pain and hematomas.
Description
The Twin device is equipped with a handpiece applicator with two special metal plates kept at opposite temperatures:
Cold side-blue minimum temp. 2°C , hot side-red maximum temperature 53° C. 
Possibility to equipp the applicator with bolus. Continuous temperature monitoring during each treatment.
High-energy exchange at tissue level thanks to the high heat conductivity of the metal and to the heat "pumping" activated by means of a solid state active heat pump (Peltier effect).
Microprocessor control system and touch-screen control panel; manual settings or direct access to preset application modes.
Small sizes and low weight for easy transportation.

Twin is a medical device according to Directive 93/42 / EEC.
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