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The new benchmark for electro-, ultrasound- and simultaneous therapy as well as deep oscillation in the fourth channel


Highlight features of IONOSON-DO-Evident

Ultrasound transducer 360°

The ergonomic ultrasound transducers 360° offer maximum safety and reliability in terms of power output. They combine 1 and 3 MHz ultrasound in an extremely durable and biocompatible titanium transducer, thereby excluding metallurgical deposits and are also suitable for subaqueous treatment. The innovative joint technology enables different types of handle and thus user-friendly operation, aimed at meeting the demands of different treatment settings and anatomical conditions.


  • Two-channel electrotherapy including 22 currents
  • Alternating and simultaneous stimulation
  • Spasticity treatment acc. to Hufschmidt or Jantsch
  • Manual release key for emergency shut-off or intentional exercises
  • Warning in case of intensity exceeding
  • Simultaneous therapy
  • Vacuum application with PHYSIOVAC-Evident (option)

Medium frequency currents:

  • IF (Classic interference current)
  • AMF (Bipolar interference current)
  • MT (Medium-frequency muscle stimulation)
  • KOTS (Russian stimulation)

Low frequency currents:

  • G (Galvanisation)
  • GMC (Galvanisation with microcurrent)
  • DF (Diadynamic current diphasé fixe)
  • MF (Diadynamic current monophasé fixe)
  • CP (Diadynamic current modulé en courtes périodes)
  • LP (Diadynamic current modulé en longues périodes)
  • RS (Diadynamic current)
  • UR (Ultra stimulation current acc. to Träbert)
  • HV (High voltage current)
  • TENS (Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation)
  • MENS (Electric nerve stimulation with microcurrent)
  • IG 30 (Pulse galvanization 30)
  • IG 50 (Pulse galvanization 50)
  • FM (Frequency-modulated current)
  • STOCH (Stochastic current)
  • FaS (Faradic surge current)
  • HVS (Current mode with high voltage stimulation characteristics)
  • T/R (Pulses with adjustable parameters)


  • Faradic excitability test
  • Medium-frequency test (Lange)
  • Accommodation quotient
  • Rheobase/chronaxy
  • I/T curve
  • 1 and 3 MHz ultrasound
  • Ergonomic ultrasound transducers made from biocompatible titanium
  • Continuous or pulsed energy output
  • Ultrasound dosing strategy with TPS
  • Subaqueous treatment
  • Frequeny range from 5-250 Hz
  • Individual setting of frequency, frequency bands, duty cycle, duration of therapy and burst function
  • Contact elements made from biocompatible titanium
  • Special hand applicators in two sizes for all-over and local treatment
  • Easily interchangeable treatment heads guarantee a hygienic application
  • Special gloves for direct treatment
  • Perfected user guidance through combination of 8“ colour monitor with touch screen and PHYSIOMED one-button operation for comprehensive overview of the therapy parameters including all therapy timers
  • Comprehensive overview of the therapy parameters including all therapy timers
  • Treatment index with intelligent filtering functions based on body region, therapy form, desired therapy effect or per alphabet for quick location of the desired treatment proposal
  • Detailed animations illustrating treatment
  • Patient database for max. 100 entries: up to 10 electrotherapy and five ultrasound settings as well as five diagnostic findings can be saved and configured as potpourris per patient
  • Multifunctional intensity controls allowing for fast intensity reduction and quick switching between channels
  • Swivel and tilt mount for optimum monitor alignment at all times
  • Logical colour coding of electrotherapy and vacuum application accessories for quick and accurate allocation of channels and polarity

Ultrasound dosing strategy with TPS

The acronym TPS is a compilation of the Spanish words “Tiempo” (time), “Potencia” (output) and “Superficie” (surface). The innovative dosing strategy of the Spanish electrotherapy specialist Prof. J. M. Rodríguez Martín guarantees the delivery of a well-defined amount of energy in J/cm² to the tissue taking into account the treatment area and all treatment parameters. In order to obtain a precise surface indication, the treatment area is graphically defined and measured, for example using a skin marker. After entering the area into the therapy unit, the required treatment time corresponding to the desired energy quantity is calculated, taking into account dosage, energy output, size of the treatment head and frequency. Thus, TPS allows for the first time ever, for an objectively reproducible dosage in ultrasound therapy, thus also valid for scientific works.

Therapy information

Electrotherapy is an important element of physical therapy. Current stimulation will treat the tissue via electrodes (plate electrodes, vacuum electrodes, adhesive electrodes) on the selected areas. Depending on the current mode and the selection of parameters (e.g. impulse form, impulse duration, pause time, frequency, intensity) the stimulation current can have significant effects in the following areas of treatment:

  • Pain reduction
  • Stimulation of blood circulation and trophic enhancement
  • Nerve stimulation for, for example, the training of innervations and treatment of paralysis
  • Muscle stimulation to build up muscles
  • Muscular deionization and ionization.

According to their generation and specific method of treating the tissue the following classifications of the different stimulation currents can be made:

  • Medium frequency current: This is an alternating current, which comes from an superposition of a basic frequency (2-9,5 KHz) and a modulation frequency (0-250 Hz). This superposition already takes place within the equipment with the AMF current (amplitude modulated medium frequency current) as well as with the medium frequency currents for muscle stimulation (MT and KOTS). The previously modulated current can therefore be applied via only two electrodes on the patient. With classic interference current IF however, the superposition delivers both frequencies when it reaches the tissue of the patient, for this reason it is essential to always apply four electrodes for treatment. The high therapeutic effectiveness of the medium frequency current is gained through minimal skin irritation with broad penetration and has better acceptance for the patients.
  • Impulse current with frequencies under 1000 Hz is classified as low frequency current. With the different low frequency currents DF, MF, CP, LP (diadynamic current) UR (ultra stimulation current), HV (high voltage current), FaS (Faradic surge current), TENS (mono- or biphasic rectangular impulse) and T/R (exponential current) the total range of application is covered. In contrast to the medium frequency current, low frequency current can also be used for the treatment of peripheral paralysis.
  • Galvanic current (B) is a direct current, so that a constant energy current flows through the tissue. Galvanic current will primarily be used for the stimulation of blood flow and pain reduction, as well as ionization (diffusion of medicaments into the tissue with the help of the current).

Ultrasound therapy, along with stimulation current, is one of the popular treatment forms of physical therapy. Therapeutic ultrasound will be used, with the frequency 1 MHz or 3 MHz, as continuous echo or pulse echo. Due to its complex effects ultrasound therapy is classified as mechanical thermal therapy.

Depending on therapy parameters (therapy frequency, echo type, dose, therapy duration and mode) a thermal effect comes from ultrasound therapy (thermal growth and reflecting from barriers to the tissue, for example, bones or joints) or a micro massage in the treated tissue segments is in the foreground. 

The effects of the ultrasound therapy can be summarized as the following:

  • Hyperemisation
  • Acceleration of metabolic function (micro-circulation, diffusion processes)
  • Increasing the tensability of connective tissue structure (collagen fibres)  
  • Alleviation of pain
  • Muscular deionizing and spasm resolution  
  • Acceleration of the healing process  
  • Stimulation of fracture healing

Ultrasound will be reflected by air so, for the optimum conduction of the ultrasonic waves from the transducer to the tissue, you should use a coupling agent (ultrasound gel) or connect under water (sub-aqua).

DEEP OSCILLATION® is a unique, patented treatment method. Its special structure allows you to create biologically effective oscillations in the treated tissue using electrostatic attraction and friction. In contrast to other therapies, these pleasant oscillations have a gentle and deep-acting effect on all tissue components (skin, connective tissue, muscles, blood and lymph vessels).The following physiological effects of DEEP OSCILLATION® are clinically proven: 

  • Highly effective in reducing pain
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Effective in reabsorbing oedema
  • Promotes wound healing
  • Anti-fibrotic
  • Improves the trophicity
  • Rubor reduction
  • Detoxification
  • Improves the quality of the tissue

For the treatment, the patient holds a titanium neutral element loosely between the fingers. The pleasant therapy effect of DEEP OSCILLATION® is created beneath the gloves of the therapist or the hand applicator, which is moved in a circular motion above the tissue.

Due to its non-invasive, non-traumatic and highly effective approac, DEEP OSCILLATION® is particularly suitable for the following applications:

Pre- and postoperative therapy
With DEEP OSCILLATION®, oedemas and haematomas can be relieved pre- and postoperatively considerably faster than with conventional therapies. Because it can be used at an extremely early stage, wound healing is stimulated and accelerated, local inflammation processes are inhibited and pain is significantly reduced over a sustained period. Scar quality is improved.

DEEP OSCILLATION® is therefore frequently used as a routine adjuvant post-operative therapy, for instance in oncology, neurology and traumatology. Due to its very gentle therapeutic effect it is used as a first line therapy for conditions after e.g. mastectomy, Caesarean section, osteosynthesis, endoprosthesis etc.

Use of DEEP OSCILLATION® reduces volume in the case of primary and secondary lymphoedema. The therapy is also increasingly used with success for lipoedema. DEEP OSCILLATION® has a preventive and anti-fibrotic effect: incipient fibrosis in particular can be treated effectively. Skin conditions and lymphatic drainage are improved.

Mechanical traumata and damage from overstraining
In the case of traumata and damage from overstraining, DEEP OSCILLATION® has a direct oedema- and pain-reducing effect and consecutively stimulates self-mobilisation in pain-relieved areas, thus enabling an early return to active life. For sportspersons it means an earlier commencement of active forms of therapy and training, for ‘normal‘ patients a swifter return to activities in daily life.

Secondary wound healing
DEEP OSCILLATION® is being increasingly used for secondary wound healing, regrettably often as a last resort. DEEP OSCILLATION ® is an efficient adjuvant treatment option in the case of both post-operative and diabetic wound healing disorders and oedema-induced secondary wound healing.

In the case of second-degree burns wound healing is significantly accelerated and qualitatively improved by DEEP OSCILLATION®.

Chronic pain syndroms
In indications such as fibromyalgia syndrome, Sudeck´s dystrophy etc., which are accompanied by chronic pain, DEEP OSCILLATION® has a strong pain relieving effect, which often allows for a reduction of medicine intake. The treatment promotes mobilization to a great extent, alleviates muscle stiffness and tackles impairments in activities of daily life, with consequent positive effect on fatigue, fears and depression.

In brain stoke rehabilitation DEEP OSCILLATION® is used for semi-paralysed regions of the body to improve trophicity and reduce spasms in affected areas, and also for lymphatic drainage, for instance to treat lymphoedema in the head area. The therapy is also used with great success for children with cerebral palsy and tetraplegia to reduce spasms and treat bowel obstipation.

Clean currents

Quite a few electrotherapy instruments today no longer emit stimulation currents in the form described in teaching manuals, and on which efficient electrotherapy is proven to be based. Instead of this – and in many cases due to cost savings – similar, but not identical, curve forms are used. Nobody knows exactly whether these cause the desired effects in tissue in the same way as the original currents. Instead of medium frequency currents, for example, low frequency ones are generated, and vice versa. In a direct comparison, the difference between ”genuine“ and ”similar“ currents can often be felt, but it only becomes visible when the current curves are viewed on an oscilloscope. Galvanic currents with spikes can be found, distorted instead of harmonic sinusoidal curves, or even deformed envelopes of diadynamic currents.
PHYSIOMED distances itself firmly from this trend of compromising therapeutic success only for the sake of maximising profits. PHYSIOMED instruments therefore only supply ‘clean’ currents. This also explains the often heard opinion of competent electrotherapy users, that despite using the same parameters, they obtain better therapeutic results with PHYSIOMED instruments than with other stimulation current instruments.

Therapy option spasticity treatment

The fundamental principle of special electrotherapy methods e.g. for spastic cerebral palsy, spasms following apoplectic insult and adductor spasms is the stimulation of the Golgi tendon organs, which in turn is aimed at inhibiting muscle spasticity at bone marrow level. Directly following inhibition of the affected muscle, in the second circuit the antagonistic muscles are stimulated. Dr. Felipe Medina presents an example of the adjuvant therapy option in a video.



Applicator handhold

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Verbindungskabel DEEP OSCILLATION®

Connection cable DEEP OSCILLATION®

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Verbindungskabel grau für Klebeelektroden

Connection cable grey for adhesive electrodes

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Kontaktgel 1000 ml

Contact gel, 1000 ml

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Elastik-Gewebeband 10 x 125 cm

Elastic velcro strap 10 x 125 cm

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Elastik-Gewebeband 6 x 80 cm

Elastic velcro strap 6 x 80 cm

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Mains cable

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Manual release key

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Operating instructions

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Oszillator-Kopf Ø 5 cm

Oscillator head Ø 5 cm

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Oszillator-Kopf Ø 9,5 cm

Oscillator head Ø 9.5 cm

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PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden #589

PHYSIOPADS adhesive electrode for DEEP OSCILL...

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Patientenkabel DEEP OSCILLATION®


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Patient lead

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Plattenelektrode EF 10 mit Kabel, blau/grün

Plate electrode EF 10 with cable, blue/green

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Plattenelektrode EF 10 mit Kabel, rot/grün

Plate electrode EF 10 with cable, red/green

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Plattenelektrode EF 50 mit Kabel, 4er-Set

Plate electrode EF 50 with cable, set of 4

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Kurze Einführung in die Reizstromtherapie

Short introduction to electrotherapy

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Kurze Anleitung zur Ultraschalltherapie

Short introduction to ultrasound therapy

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Spezial-Handschuhe Gr.: M

Special gloves size M

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Titanium neutral element

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Ultraschallkopf 360° 1/3 MHz 5 cm²

Ultrasound transducer 360° 1/3 MHz 5 cm²

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Viskosetasche EF 10

Viscose cover EF 10

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Viskosetasche EF 50

Viscose cover EF 50

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Verbindungskabel (Reizstrom/Vakuum)

Connection cable (electrotherapy/vacuum)

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Verbindungskabel für PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden, blau/grün

Connection cable for PHYSIOPADS adhesive elec...

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Verbindungskabel für PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden, blau/orange

Connection cable for PHYSIOPADS adhesive elec...

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Verbindungskabel für PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden, rot/grün

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Verbindungskabel für PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden, 4er-Set (I/II)

Connection cable for PHYSIOPADS adhesive elec...

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Kontaktgel 250 ml

Contact gel, 250 ml

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Kontaktgel 5000 ml

Contact gel, 5000 ml

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Gummiband #140

Elastic rubber strap

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Gummiband #141

Elastic rubber strap

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Fastening button

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Filling pump

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Handgriff mit Taster für Punktelektroden für Evident-Geräte

Hand grip for punctiform electrodes

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Iontophoresis foil

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Membran-Set Ø 1,5 cm (10 Stück)

Membrane set Ø 1,5 cm (10 pieces)

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Membran-Set Ø 5 cm (10 Stück)

Membrane set Ø 5 cm (10 pieces)

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Membran-Set Ø 9,5 cm (10 Stück)

Membrane set Ø 9,5 cm (10 pieces)

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Klebeelektroden #353

Monouse adhesive electrode

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Oszillator-Kopf Ø 1,5 cm

Oscillator head Ø 1.5 cm

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PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden #585

PHYSIOPADS adhesive electrode 13 x 8 cm, set ...

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PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden #587

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PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden #588

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PHYSIOPADS-Klebeelektroden #586

PHYSIOPADS adhesive electrode Ø 3,2 cm, set o...

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Pin applicator

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Plattenelektrode EF 10 mit Kabel, 4er-Set (I/II)

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Plate electrode EF 10 with cable, blue/orange

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Plattenelektrode EF 100 mit Kabel, blau/grün

Plate electrode EF 100 with cable, blue/green

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Plate electrode EF 100 with cable, red/orange

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Plattenelektrode EF 100 mit Kabel, 4er-Set (I/II)

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Plattenelektrode EF 200 mit Kabel, blau/grün

Plate electrode EF 200 with cable, blue/green

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Plate electrode EF 200 with cable, red/green

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Plate electrode EF 200 with cable, red/orange

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Plattenelektrode EF 50 mit Kabel, blau/grün

Plate electrode EF 50 with cable, blue/green

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Plattenelektrode EF 50 mit Kabel, blau/orange

Plate electrode EF 50 with cable, blue/orange

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Plattenelektrode EF 50 mit Kabel, rot/grün

Plate electrode EF 50 with cable, red/green

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Plate electrode EF 50 with cable, red/orange

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Punctiform electrode attachment 0,8 cm with s...

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Punctiform electrode attachment 1,5 cm with s...

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Punktelektrode #2564

Punctiform electrode attachment 2,5 cm

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Spezial-Handschuhe Gr.: L

Special gloves size L

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Spezial-Handschuhe Gr.: S

Special gloves size S

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Spezial-Handschuhe Gr.: XL

Special gloves size XL

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Spiralkabel für Handapplikator

Spiral lead universal

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Schweißband weiß (2 St.)

Sweat band white (2 pcs.)

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Gerätewagen Evident

Trolley Evident

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Ultraschallkopf 360° 1/3MHz 2,5 cm²

Ultrasound transducer 360° 1/3 MHz 2.5 cm²

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Viskosetuch #149

Viscose cloth

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Viskosetasche EF 100

Viscose cover EF 100

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Viskosetasche EF 200

Viscose cover EF 200

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Viskose-Überzug #223

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Viskose-Überzug #160

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Viskose-Überzug #158

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