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Hako-Med's non-invasive pleasant treatment delivers immediate positive results even on difficult to treat patients. HT-Therapy is beneficial for patients suffering from arthritis pain, back pain, pain from herniated disks as well as circulatory disorders.

Most patients experience a significant improvement of their pain condition(s) over time, opening up the possibility of discontinuing dangerous and costly drugs. Hako-Med's patented HT-Therapy focuses exclusively on treatment results which will not only benefit your patients, but may increase your practice revenue in multiple ways.

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Features and Benefits

  •     Stimulate peripheral nerves for the purpose of providing pain relief.
  •     Stimulate muscle nerves for the purpose of providing muscle re-education.
  •     Management and symptomatic relief of chronic (long-term) pain.
  •     Adjunctive treatment in the management of post-surgical pain problems.
  •     Relaxation of muscle spasms.
  •     Prevention or retardation of tissue atrophy.
  •     Immediate post-surgical stimulation of the calf muscles to prevent phlebothrombosis.
  •     Non-invasive, non-toxic, safe and effective.
  •     Minimal side effects, easily avoided.
  •     High patient compliance and satisfaction.

Product Information
Materials Included

  •     Hakomed ProElecDT 2000
  •     Surgical grade power cable
  •     5-way patient cable (2 qty)
  •     Patient Lead Wires (2 sets of 5)
  •     Starter pack of Reusable Adhesive Electrodes

Technical Information

  •     Please contact for additional technical information

Warranty Information

  •     3-year warranty
  •     Includes repair or replacement of defective parts or device (including labor)

CPT Coding / Reimbursement
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Hako-Med's PRO ElecDT 2000 featured in Medical Economics July 23, 2010 edition