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PRODUCT

PRODUCT

Pain Block

Non-invasive painless neuroinformation control therapy

is a transcutaneous electrical stimulation device for the relief of pain that uses non-invasive painless neural information control technology to control pain.

Strong
Pain-Blocking
Effect

Non-Invasive
Non-Chemical
No Side-Effect

Convenient Operation
& Voice Guidance

Pain is a disease that needs to be cured!

Pain is a vital sign that is directly related to survival, so it is not familiar even if repeated.

If pain persists for months or longer, it affects the brain and changes the nervous system to be more sensitive to pain.
Because of this, the cycle of pain becomes shorter and shorter, and as time goes by, even small stimuli can experience great pain.

Pain Block with immediate Effect on Pain

Pain Block is treated using the principle of neuroplasticity.

Not blocking the path of pain,
but
normalizing the attributes
of the pain-sensing system

Works on A-delta, C fiber
By transmitting non-pain signal

Strength control and repeated treatment help relieve pain.

Advantages of Pain Block Treatment

  • Immediate relief of pain
  • Living daily life immediately after treatment without the need for surgery or hospitalization
  • Non-invasive electrodes-only treatment ensures safe and no side effects.
  • The more repeat the treatment, the longer it lasts.

Therapeutic Indication

  • Chronic Neuropathic Pain
  • Post-Surgical Pain
  • Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN)
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome(CRPS)
  • Phantom Pain Symptom
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Intractable Cancer Pain
  • Post-Traumatic Acute Pain
  • Low Back Pain (LBP)
  • Sciatic and Lumbar Pain

Advantages of Pain Block Treatment

  • Immediate relief of pain
  • Living daily life immediately after treatment without the need for surgery or hospitalization
  • Non-invasive electrodes-only treatment ensures safe and no side effects.
  • The more repeat the treatment, the longer it lasts.

Therapeutic Indication

  • Chronic Neuropathic Pain
  • Post-Surgical Pain
  • Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN)
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome(CRPS)
  • Phantom Pain Symptom
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Intractable Cancer Pain
  • Post-Traumatic Acute Pain
  • Low Back Pain (LBP)
  • Sciatic and Lumbar Pain

Characteristic of Pain Block

Easy operation

  • Touch the screen for easy setup.
  • Use the knob to control time and operation.
  • Voice prompts for operation.
  • Automatically increases the output during treatment when the alarm is set.

Enhancement of Safety

  • Check the connection of the electrode cable in real time and display errors.
  • When the electrodes in use are disconnected, the output is immediately cut off.
  • Remember the output that was in use during the pause and restart, and the output rises smoothly.

Two-Person mode & Four-Channel

  • Single-person / 2-person mode can be selected.
  • Time and automatic output growth can be set when using 2-person mode.
  • Four channels are available independently

Convenience of Use

  • Flexible cable wires make it easy to apply to the affected area when used.
  • Use urethane twin caster for easy movement.

Therapeutic Indication

Transcutaneous Neurostimulatory
Treatment for Peripheral Polyneuropathy

Kihyuk Kwon/2020/Transcutaneous neurostimulatory treatment for peripheral polyneuropathy induced by hypereosionphilic syndrome : a case report

The patient complaining of bilateral calf pain due to peripheral polyneuropathy induced by hypereosinophilic syndrome for 7 years had not been affected on the pharmacologic treatment.

Transcutaneous neurostimulatory treatment using Pain Block was effective for this patient’s symptom, and the pain alleviation effect continued for 3 months after 15 treatments.

Treatment Effect of Neuropathic Pain

A. FBSS
B. Lumbsc
C. PHN
D. Trigeminal
E. Post. Surgery
F. Brach. Plex
G. Pudental
H. LBP
A.F.SABATO, G. MARINEO, A.GATTI/2005/Scrambler therapy

Pain Reduction Effect by Number of Treatment

G. Marineo, S. Spaziani, A.F.Sabato, F. Marotta/2003/Artificial neurons in oncological pain : the potential of Scrambler Therapy to modify a biological information

Therapeutic Indication

Transcutaneous Neurostimulatory
Treatment for Peripheral Polyneuropathy

Kihyuk Kwon/2020/Transcutaneous neurostimulatory treatment for peripheral polyneuropathy induced by hypereosionphilic syndrome : a case report

The patient complaining of bilateral calf pain due to peripheral polyneuropathy induced by hypereosinophilic syndrome for 7 years had not been affected on the pharmacologic treatment.

Transcutaneous neurostimulatory treatment using Pain Block was effective for this patient’s symptom, and the pain alleviation effect continued for 3 months after 15 treatments.

Treatment Effect of Neuropathic Pain

A. FBSS
B. Lumbsc
C. PHN
D. Trigeminal
E. Post. Surgery
F. Brach. Plex
G. Pudental
H. LBP
A.F.SABATO, G. MARINEO, A.GATTI/2005/Scrambler therapy

Pain Reduction Effect by Number of Treatment

G. Marineo, S. Spaziani, A.F.Sabato, F. Marotta/2003/Artificial neurons in oncological pain : the potential of Scrambler Therapy to modify a biological information

Pain Block Specification

Number of channels 4 channels
Time setting 1-60 minutes
Power consumption 50VA
Electrodes Used in vitro medical electrode
Dimensions(mm) 130(H) X 387(W) X 314(L)

* Removable trays are not medical devices.
* ISO 9001:2015 | ISO 14001:2015 | ISO 13485 : 2016