StimRx offers the highest quality Muscle Stimulators in the worldIf you want real EMS POWER stay away from the low-priced units powered by low voltage batteries. They just can’t compare to the workout you will receive from our 12 and 15 volt POWER units. In addition to the weak power offered by inexpensive units, the technology is also inferior. With cheap stimulators you not only waste your time, but will also experience delayed results. Most of these inferior units lack FDA clearance and utilize cheap components. This means that these cheap units have not undergone stress testing and validation. Therefore, these units that cost under $300 will leave you very disappointed and often breakdown after light usage.
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Muscle atrophy affects thousands of Americans every day. With the painful and debilitating aspects of muscle atrophy, StimRx prides itself on being a provider of medical grade Electronic Stimulation Therapy to doctors and chiropractors for over 25 years. Read more to learn about the effect of EMS on muscle atrophy. WHAT IS MUSCLE ATROPHY? Before we go any further let’s first outline specifically actually what is Muscle Atrophy, and how it is caused. Muscle atrophy, or “Wasting,” is a disease which causes a significant decrease in muscle mass and strength. This can be associated with injury, disease, and sedentary lifestyles. Muscle AtrophyRead more →
One of the most commonly asked questions here at Stimrx is “What is the difference between TENS and EMS?” Most people assume that TENS and EMS are similar enough to be interchangeable. StimRx wants to make sure you know the differences in the two, and the importance of when to use each of the modes with our equipment. Both TENS and EMS devices use a power supply, lead wires and identical electrodes to supply the electrical impulses to the body. However, their purpose is quite different. Most machines offer both TENS and EMS programs to choose from. You can select notRead more →
Study Shows EMS increases Jump height in Basketball Players A study was realized to investigate the influence of a 4-week EMS, or electrical muscle stimulation, training program on the strength of the knee extensors and the vertical jump performance of 10 basketball players. EMS sessions were carried out 3 times weekly; each session consisted of 48 contractions. Testing was carried out before and after the EMS training program (week 4) and once more after 4 weeks of normal basketball training (week 8). At week 4, isokinetic strength increased significantly (p < 0.05) at eccentric and high concentric velocities (between 180 andRead more →