BTL-6000 Super Inductive System

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SETTING A NEW STANDARD FOR EFFECTIVE PAIN RELIEF

The Innovative BTL Super Inductive System creates a high intensity electromagnetic field of up to 2.5 Tesla that interacts with the human body to create depolarization of the nerves and muscles.  Easy and quick to set up, this handsfree therapy effectively addresses acute and chronic pain, muscle tightness, weakness and spacticity, joint stiffness, and fractures. Health Canada approved.  MDALL 98062

EFFECTIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT

The Super Inductive System (SIS) pain management is based on three different neurophysiological pain control theories. Each of them vary in frequency spectrum. The wide range of frequencies offered by the Super Inductive System allows the treatment of all painful conditions whether acute, sub-acute or chronic.  

Endogenous Opioid Theory of Pain

2-10 Hz

Endorphins are endogenous opioids in humans, which are naturally released in response to pain. The secretion of analgesic opioids is achieved by stimulating nerve endings with the SIS using frequencies in the range of 2–10 Hz. The low frequency range is recommended for the treatment of chronic conditions.

Gate Control Theory of Pain

60-100 Hz

Pain is transferred to the brain interpretation center through nerve fibers and the ‘spinal gate’. Thin diameter nerve fibers open the spinal gate and carry pain signals to the brain. Large diameter nerve fibers close the spinal gate and prevent the passage of pain signals to the brain.  When applying SIS treatment using frequencies in the range of 60–100 Hz, large diameter nerve fibers are stimulated. The mid frequency range is recommended for the treatment of acute and sub-acute conditions.

Peripheral Pattern Theory of Pain

120-140 Hz

Pain is sent as coded information through the peripheral nervous system to the brain interpretation center, where it is decoded and interpreted. When stimulating a painful area with SIS using high frequencies in the range of 120–140 Hz, the coded information is not interpreted as pain. The high frequency range is recommended for sub-acute conditions.

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Fracture Healing

Increased blood flow to the injured area encourages the formation of the vascular and cartilage callus. Progressive cartilage mineralization and bone remodeling can begin.

Joint Mobilization

Achieved through creating repetitive muscle contractions. The contractions substitute manual joint mobilization and leads to the restoration of movement in the joint.

Myostimulation

Nerve depolarization and muscle contractions can be created with the SIS, and with the correct stimulation frequency, muscle strengthening can be achieved.

Spasticity Reduction

The SIS can be used to treat central motor impairment, causing spasticity, by inhibiting increased muscle tone through treating the spinal nerves.

CLINICAL INDICATION VIDEOS

Schedule a call with one of our specialists!

MOST ADVANCED FEATURES IN THE INDUSTRY

Hands-Free Therapy
& Fast Set Up

EffortnessTreatmentExperience

Precise Therapy Delivery with Depth of Penetration of up to 10 cm

PreciseTherapyDelivery

Hands-Free Therapy
& Fast Set Up

EffortnessTreatmentExperience

Hands-Free Therapy
& Fast Set Up

EffortnessTreatmentExperience

PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS

The SIS therapy is based on the interaction between its high-intensity electromagnetic field and human body.

Once the electromagnetic field is generated by the applicator coil, neuromuscular tissue is depolarized and muscle contraction occurs. With the Super Inductive System you can effectively treat various disorders of neuromuscular and joint-skeletal system.

Action Potential

The BTL Super Inductive System (SIS) mechanism of action is based on the neurophysiological reaction called action potential.

ActionPotential

1. Introduction
The BTL SIS creates an intense electromagnetic field. The field induces electric currents and triggers action potential in the neuron, which further transfers the electric signal in neural tissue.

3. Signal Conduction & Repolarization
Induced electric signal is conducted along the neuron until the mediator acetylcholine is released into the neuromuscular joint.

5. Muscle Relaxation
Subsequently, cross-bridges of the contractile proteins are discontinued and the muscle relaxes.

2. Depolarization
The Electric signal induced by the BTL SIS is further transferred through the neuron and depolarization, caused by the voltage changes on the neuron membrane, occurs.

4. Muscle Contraction
Acetylcholine binds to a muscle cell membrane and further conducts the induced electric signal through the muscle. This involves the activity of contractile proteins, which altogether cause muscle contraction.

SCIENTIFIC RESULTS
ARE THE REASON TO BELIEVE

Leasing

Lease for $3/day

Finance your success and benefit
from advanced technology for
as low as $3/day.
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TrainingandEducation

Training & Education

Gain valuable understanding about the BTL Super Inductive System and application techniques.

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Trial Program

Try a unit for up to 3 weeks!
Learn more >

FAQ

How often should I treat patients with the BTL Super Inductive System?
The treatment time will be based on the patient presentation. The recommended frequency of treatment is up to daily but is usually 2-3x per week.

backpain

Acute pain condition up to 5 therapies, daily

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Chronic pain condition up to 10 therapies, 2 - 3x/week

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Joint mobilization up to 5 therapies, 1 - 2x/week

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Fracture healing up to 10 therapies, min 3x/week

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Muscle strengthening up to 10 therapies, 2 - 3x/week

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Muscle relaxation up to 5 therapies, 2 - 3x/week

What are the contraindications?

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Any implants (electronic, metal etc.)

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Growth plate area

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Head area

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Heart area, heart & blood disorders

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Drug pumps

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Malignant tumor

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Fever

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Pregnancy

How is the BTL Super Inductive System different from regular electrotherapy/IFC?

This is a very common question, with lots of right answers. The BTL SIS differs from Electrotherapy on several levels.

• Higher depth of penetration of up to 10 cm
• Handsfree therapy
• No tissue adaptation
• Can treat over clothing

• The human body creates the electric current in depth with the use of the SIS, whereas the electric current is created by the modality with electrotherapy

• No need for skin contact, minimizing the risk of infection
• No consumables required

How is the BTL Super Inductive System different from regular magnetotherapy?

Power! The BTL SIS has a power output of up to 2.5 Tesla, compared to magnetotherapy that uses intensity measured in tens of microTesla. Due to the low output of magnetotherapy, you can never achieve nerve depolarization, or muscle contraction. This limits the use of magnetotherapy,
when compared to the BTL Super Inductive System.

SETTING A NEW STANDARD FOR EFFECTIVE PAIN RELIEF

The Innovative BTL Super Inductive System creates a high intensity electromagnetic field of up to 2.5 Tesla that interacts with the human body to create depolarization of the nerves and muscles. Easy and quick to set up, this handsfree therapy effectively addresses acute and chronic pain, muscle tightness, weakness and spacticity, joint stiffness, and fractures.
Health Canada approved. MDALL 98062

Watch how the therapy is done

EFFECTIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT

The Super Inductive System (SIS) pain management is based on three different neurophysiological pain control theories. Each of them vary in frequency spectrum. The wide range of frequencies offered by the Super Inductive System allows the treatment of all painful conditions whether acute, sub-acute or chronic.

Endogenous Opioid Theory of Pain

2-10 Hz

Endorphins are endogenous opioids in humans, which are naturally released in response to pain. The secretion of analgesic opioids is achieved by stimulating nerve endings with the SIS using frequencies in the range of 2–10 Hz. The low frequency range is recommended for the treatment of chronic conditions.

Gate Control Theory of Pain

60-100 Hz

Pain is transferred to the brain interpretation center through nerve fibers and the ‘spinal gate’. Thin diameter nerve fibers open the spinal gate and carry pain signals to the brain. Large diameter nerve fibers close the spinal gate and prevent the passage of pain signals to the brain. When applying SIS treatment using frequencies in the range of 60–100 Hz, large diameter nerve fibers are stimulated. The mid frequency range is recommended for the treatment of acute and sub-acute conditions.

Peripheral Pattern Theory of Pain

120-140 Hz

Pain is sent as coded information through the peripheral nervous system to the brain interpretation center, where it is decoded and interpreted. When stimulating a painful area with SIS using high frequencies in the range of 120–140 Hz, the coded information is not interpreted as pain. The high frequency range is recommended for sub-acute conditions.

BTL-SIS-Medical-Effects-Garpic-EN

Fracture Healing

Increased blood flow to the injured area encourages the formation of the vascular and cartilage callus. Progressive cartilage mineralization and bone remodeling can begin.

Myostimulation

Nerve depolarization and muscle contractions can be created with the SIS, and with the correct stimulation frequency, muscle strengthening can be achieved.

Joint Mobilization

Achieved through creating repetitive muscle contractions. The contractions substitute manual joint mobilization and leads to the restoration of movement in the joint.

Spasticity Reduction

The SIS can be used to treat central motor impairment, causing spasticity, by inhibiting increased muscle tone through treating the spinal nerves.

CLINICAL INDICATION VIDEOS

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Schedule a call with one of our specialists!


Dany Lafontaine PhD
Capital Equipment Consultant

1-800-561-0310 ext 1720
dany.lafontaine@orthocanada.com


Karen Wright
Capital Equipment Consultant

1-800-561-0310 ext 1719
karen.wright@orthocanada.com


Razi Khaddage, B. Eng
Director of Capital Equipment Sales & Service

1-800-561-0310 ext 1704
razi.khaddage@orthocanada.com

MOST ADVANCED FEATURES IN THE INDUSTRY

Hands-Free Therapy
& Fast Set Up

EffortnessTreatmentExperience

Precise Therapy Delivery with Depth of
Penetration of up to 10 cm

PreciseTherapyDelivery

Cool Flow Technology & Pulse Quality Monitoring

ImpressiveResults

Focused Field of Treatment

VariedApplication

Most Powerful Device
Intensity of up to 2.5 Tesla.

Set & Go Therapy
The device offers a wide range of preset protocols applicable for any condition.

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No Consumables, No Disposables
The BTL Super Inductive System represents a cost-effective solution.

PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS

The SIS therapy is based on the interaction between its high-intensity
electromagnetic field and human body.

Once the electromagnetic field is generated by the applicator coil, neuromuscular tissue is depolarized and muscle contraction occurs. With the Super Inductive System you can effectively treat various disorders of neuromuscular and joint-skeletal system.

Action Potential

The BTL Super Inductive System (SIS) mechanism of action is based on the neurophysiological reaction called action potential.

ActionPotential

1. Introduction
The BTL SIS creates an intense electromagnetic field. The field induces electric currents and triggers action potential in the neuron, which further transfers the electric signal in neural tissue.

3. Signal Conduction & Repolarization
Induced electric signal is conducted along the neuron until the mediator acetylcholine is released into the neuromuscular joint.

5. Muscle Relaxation
Subsequently, cross-bridges of the contractile proteins are discontinued and the muscle relaxes.

2. Depolarization
The Electric signal induced by the BTL SIS is further transferred through the neuron and depolarization, caused by the voltage changes on the neuron membrane, occurs.

4. Muscle Contraction
Acetylcholine binds to a muscle cell membrane and further conducts the induced electric signal through the muscle. This involves the activity of contractile proteins, which altogether cause muscle contraction.

SCIENTIFIC RESULTS
ARE THE REASON TO BELIEVE

Leasing

Lease for $3/day

Finance your success and benefit
from advanced technology for
as low as $3/day.
Learn More >

TrainingandEducation

Training & Education

Gain valuable understanding about the BTL Super Inductive System and application techniques.

Loaner_2_

Trial Program

Try a unit for up to 3 weeks!
Learn more >

FAQ

How often should I treat patients with the BTL Super Inductive System?
The treatment time will be based on the patient presentation. The recommended frequency of treatment is up to daily but is usually 2-3x per week.

backpain

Acute pain condition up to 5 therapies, daily

faq_2

Chronic pain condition up to 10 therapies, 2 - 3x/week

faq_3

Muscle strengthening up to 10 therapies, 2 - 3x/week

faq_4

Muscle relaxation up to 5 therapies, 2 - 3x/week

faq_5

Joint mobilization up to 5 therapies, 1 - 2x/week

faq_6

Fracture healing up to 10 therapies, min 3x/week

What are the contraindications?

Faq_row2_1

Any implants (electronic, metal etc.)

Faq_row2_2

Growth plate area

Faq_row2_3

Head area

Faq_row2_4

Heart area, heart & blood disorders

Faq_row2_5

Drug pumps

Faq_row2_6

Malignant tumor

Faq_row2_7

Fever

Faq_row2_8

Pregnancy

How is the BTL Super Inductive System different from regular electrotherapy/IFC?

This is a very common question, with lots of right answers. The BTL SIS differs from Electrotherapy on several levels.

• Higher depth of penetration of up to 10 cm
• Handsfree therapy
• No tissue adaptation
• Can treat over clothing

• The human body creates the electric current in depth with the use of the SIS, whereas the electric current is created by the modality with electrotherapy

• No need for skin contact, minimizing the risk of infection
• No consumables required

How is the BTL Super Inductive System different from regular magnetotherapy?

Power! The BTL SIS has a power output of up to 2.5 Tesla, compared to magnetotherapy that uses intensity measured in tens of microTesla. Due
to the low output of magnetotherapy, you can never achieve nerve depolarization, or muscle contraction. This limits the use of magnetotherapy,
when compared to the BTL Super Inductive System.

A SOLUTION FOR ANY OF YOUR PATIENTS

Energy

Divergent acoustic wave

Convergent acoustic wave

Laser light

Radiofrequency current

Electromagnetic field

Mechanism of Action

Superficial mechanical stimulation

Deep mechanical stimulation

Laser biostimulation

Thermic effect

Nerve depolarization

Key tissue

Tendon, muscle

Tendon, muscle, bone

Cellular repair

Muscle

Nerve

Medical effect

Activates healing process in tendinopathies, elimination of calcifications, releases tight muscles, chronic pain management

Activates healing process in tendinopathies, elimination of calcifications, releases tight muscles, chronic pain management, healing of bone non-unions

Healing of acute injuries, anti-inflammatory effect, acute pain management

Muscle spasm relaxation, muscle regeneration, eliminates oedema

Pain management, joint mobilization, muscle stimulation and relaxation, spasticity reduction and fracture healing

Penetration depth

Up to 5 cm, maximum Intensity at surface with superficial spread

Adjustable depth of focal zone within range 0-35 mm, 15-50 mm, 30-65 mm with maximum intensity at selected depth

Up to 10 cm

Anywhere between electrodes

Up to 10 cm

Application

Manual

Manual

Manual or handsfree with optional Intelligent Scanning System

Manual

Handsfree

Patient perception

Pressure sensation to mild discomfort

Pressure sensation to mild discomfort

Intense heat

Intense heat

Muscle contraction or tingling

Consumables

Gel

Gel

N

Conduction lotion, single-use electrode (optional)

None

Number of treatments

4 to 8

3 to 5

5 to 10

5 to 10

5 to 10

Application frequency

Up to twice a week

Once a week

Up to daily

Up to daily

Up to daily

Treatment duration

10 min

5 min

5 to 15 min

Minimum 15 min

Up to 10 min