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Tecar Therapy

TECAR therapy acts by stimulating the body’s own physiological repair processes. That is why it is frequently used for tissue regeneration.

TECAR is not just restricted to the physiotherapist profession but doctors are also using it as a complimentary technique to enhance surgery, for filler treatment effects or as single treatment therapy for skin tightening and body contour.

But what makes TECAR especially different, is that it is non-invasive and extremely pleasant.

This technology is mainly used by physiotherapists for rehabilitation. It is also a basic tool for elite sportsmen and national teams, to prepare their athletes to face very stressing competitions, to recover after and to treat injuries.

Regeneration Heat

TECAR is an innovative therapy that uses endogenous heat production to treat Musculoskeletal Traumas and Pathologies.

The heat generated by the movement of electric charges stimulates repairing processes and has an antalgic and anti-inflammatory effect.

Biological effects:

  • Biostimulating
  • Antalgic
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Decontracting
  • Vasolidator

Resistive Method

The Resistive Method is performed with non-insulated electrodes and is indicated for the treatment of highly resistant tissues: bones, cartilages, tendons, ligaments, fascias and fibrotic tissues.

With this method it is possible to focus the therapeutic action on a given body part by placing the electrodes properly: the therapeutic action will develop along the current path between the electrodes.


  • Deep and localized treatments for articulations
  • Muscles
  • Tendons

Capacitive Method

The Capacitive Method uses a plate and an insulated electrode to treat tissues that have low resistance to current: skin, connective tissue, circulatory system, lymphatic system.

The insulated active electrode generates a charge movement, mainly in the underlying tissues, in which the therapeutic action is focused.


  • Starting phase of the treatment
  • Surface therapeutic action
  • Treatment of soft and hydrated tissues

Fascia Tools

Tecar Therapy is a technology that is becoming more and more common in the world of Physiotherapy. To achieve excellent results, special ergonomioc tools were designed for the advanced treatment of all tissue disorders.

They are ideal to treat:

  • Tendinitis
  • Lumbago
  • Cervical pain
  • Trigger finger
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Ligament injuries
  • Epicondylitis, Epitrochleitis
  • De Quervain syndrome
  • Post-surgery scars
  • Post-traumatic scars
  • Musculoskeletal imbalance
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Iliotibial band syndrome

They can:

  • Eleminate fascial restrictions and fibrotic adhesions
  • Increase flexibility and mobility (ROM)
  • Reduce pain and muscle stiffness
  • Improve blood circulation and flow
  • Improve muscle recruitment and motor control


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