The Biomag 2*is an aid to helping the natural repair of injuries. It does not in itself cure, but helps establish the optimum conditions for healing to take place.
It can be used in the following four broad categories of treatment, namely-
The Biomag 2 is used as the base for either pulsed magnetic therapy or for phototherapy treatments.
As the Biomag 2 has two output sockets, it will power both a pulsed magnetic therapy applicator and a phototherapy applicator simultaneously.
It has internal batteries that allow the unit to be used in areas where there is no mains supply, and these are automatically recharged when the unit is plugged into a mains supply. A battery charger is supplied as standard.
* Please note: Biomag is a name given to many devices now on the market. Westville chose the name 23 years ago for its early pulsed magnetic device. Because of the confusion with static magnetic bracelets, collars, blankets and many others now using the name, we suffix ours with 2 and always emphasise ‘pulse magnetism’. Many reports of efficacy for magnet therapy devices are anecdotal and not backed by research. Biomag 2 was designed by a PhD medical scientist using information from his own and other accredited research institutions from around the world.
The Westville FFU Therapy Unit is the latest in portable design concepts that add to the range of the Westville range of equipment. The newly redesigned unit offers some of the features and treatment programmes available with the Biomag 2* unit, but in a smaller, simpler to operate and tamper-proof form.
This makes it ideal for hiring out to clients.
Like the Biomag 2*, the FFU is fully compatible with all the applicators in the Westville range including the Imita phototherapy combination applicators.
Features included are a simple display identifying internal program setting and a selectable 15 minute timer.
Detailed instructions for pre-setting the unit are supplied in the user manual.
The FFU has internal Sealed Lead Acid batteries (SLAs) which allows the unit to be used in a setting without mains power. Once used in the field, the unit may simply be recharged by plugging in the charging unit. A battery charger is supplied as standard.