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Rehabilitating Lives. Empowering Individuals. MyoTrac Infiniti The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is a comprehensive, portable advanced biofeedback electrical stimulation system designed for orthopedic and neurological patients. Programs: Biofeedback Electrical Stimulation EMG Triggered Stimulation Reciprocal EMG Triggered Stimulation (RETS) Specialized Foot Drop Stimulation Program Features: Includes 65 protocols Create custom programs Save biofeedback sessions Touch screen navigation Portable & user friendly Rechargeable battery Why Saebo MyoTrac Infinti? What makes the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti so unique is the advanced biofeedback triggered stimulation programs (EMG triggered stimulation and Reciprocal EMG triggered stimulation) along with the revolutionary foot drop treatment application. This all-in-one clinical solution provides a total body treatment like no other. What is EMG Triggered Stimulation (ETS)? EMG Triggered Stimulation is the combination of biofeedback and stimulation. It is based on the client’s own voluntary muscle activity or intentional movement. This “volitional” based application requires the client to actively participate (i.e., contract a muscle) in order to receive stimulation to the same area.   The clinician will set the prescribed threshold that the client must reach when activating his or her muscles. Once the client exceeds the preset level, he or she is rewarded with stimulation to the same muscles. Visual and auditory feedback allows the client to monitor progress. Through this cognitive relearning process, cortical plasticity can be achieved. The client controls the unit instead of the unit controlling the client. 1.888.284.5433 www.saebo.com

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What is Reciprocal EMG Triggered Stimulation (RETS)? Saebo is pleased to introduce the exciting new patent pending Reciprocal EMG Triggered Stimulation program. The RETS program is ideal for clients with increased tone that have difficulty relaxing or “shutting off” the spastic muscles. The biofeedback stimulation program involves both the agonist and antagonist muscles and is triggered upon relaxation of a muscle instead of activation.  Stimulation is triggered to the desired muscle group (i.e., finger extensors, elbow extensors etc.) once the client deactivates or relaxes the opposing...

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