Treatment with the physiokey
physiokey can be used for patients of all age groups with a wide variety of symptoms. The design and highly variable waveform of physiokey allows the therapist to deliver patient-individualised and specific treatments using a new, fast and simple treatment methodology. The device stimulates self-regulation through biofeedback-controlled impulses. The effect on the vegetative nervous system and thus on the body’s own adjustment and regulatory processes strengthens the body’s defence and shows the body a route to self-healing. physiokey is applied directly onto the skin without the need for conductive gels, and provides treatment options for acute and chronic pain as well as the improvement and recovery of function.
For the first time, physiokey also utilises a modified form of iontophoresis called “key-phoresis”. Here, the application of an external creams and gels to enhance treatment outcomes becomes even more efficient.
physiokey is mobile and ready for use anywhere thanks to its size and the high performance battery.
3 types of treatment
Diagnostic mode allows the identification of optimal treatment points and
Key-Phoresis mode is a modified iontophoretic mechanism to facilitate the absorption of external substances such as creams, lotions
Areas of application
For practitioners of many disciplines
The functional principle
The adaptive and regulatory way in which the
More than 8-% of patients notice a significant change in their symptoms
1. Impulse delivery
The device generates a highly variable impulse (a damped, bi-phasic, sinusoidal impulse), delivered through two fixed concentric electrodes once skin contact occurs. If
4. Impulse interpretation and adjustment
The “response reaction” is measured by the
3. Impulse transmission
Once the impulse is absorbed through the skin, the information is passed through the body to the brain The body reacts to the impulse and modifies it in its own very specific and individual way and then ‘sends’ the signal back – called a ‘response reaction’.
2. Impulse absorption
The impulse is delivered onto and through the