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Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is a comprehensive, portable, biofeedback electrical stimulation system designed for orthopedic and neurological patients. What makes the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti so unique is the biofeedback triggered stimulation programs along with the revolutionary foot drop technology. The device delivers stimulation to the targeted muscles based on the client’s very own EMG signal. This all-in-one clinical treatment provides the total body solution like no other.

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Product Description

Features:

  • Includes 65 protocols.
  • Programs include:
    • Biofeedback.
    • Electrical Stimulation.
    • EMG Triggered Stimulation.
    • Reciprocal EMG Triggered Stimulation (RETS).
    • Specialized Foot Drop Stimulation Program.
  • Create custom programs.
  • Save biofeedback sessions.
  • Touch screen navigation.
  • Portable & user friendly.
  • Rechargeable battery.

Indications:

  • The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is designed for both individuals that have experienced a neurological injury, such as stroke, as well as orthopedic injuries, such as radial nerve palsy and other peripheral nerve injuries.
  • Individuals that have had injuries that result in limited movement, decreased function, weakness, or foot drop may benefit from this device.

Contraindications:
Clients that may not be appropriate for the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti typically exhibit one or more of the below:

  • Patients that have pacemakers.
  • Patients with cardiac arrhythmias or disturbances.
  • Avoid use on areas of skin with recent scar tissue.
  • Avoid stimulation use on the uterus of pregnant or menstruating women.
  • Open wounds.
  • Unable to follow basic commands.

1 review for Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    My experience as a therapist using the device with my patients was very positive. This equipment made me excited about the treatment I was providing to my patients. There is no better feeling for a therapist than seeing your patients getting stronger and becoming more independent because of the therapeutic input you are giving them. Thank you for the opportunity to trial this piece of equipment.

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What is the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti?

The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is a comprehensive, portable biofeedback electrical stimulation system designed for orthopedic and neurological patients. The 4 main programs included with this device are biofeedback, electrical stimulation, EMG-triggered stimulation, and Saebo’s proprietary reciprocal EMG-triggered stimulation.

What is unique about the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti compared to other electrical stimulators?

What makes the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti so unique is the Reciprocal EMG-Triggered Stimulation program (RETS) along with the revolutionary foot drop technology. The device delivers stimulation to the targeted muscles based on the client’s very own EMG signal. The RETS program is ideal for clients with increased tone that have difficulty relaxing or shutting off their spastic muscles. The biofeedback stimulation program involves both the agonist and antagonist muscles and is triggered upon relaxation of the spastic muscles. This all-in-one clinical treatment provides the total body solution like no other.

How does it work?

  • The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is a portable electrical stimulation device that consists of 4 parts that make up one system; electrical stimulation, biofeedback (also called EMG for electromyography), biofeedback-triggered stimulation and reciprocal biofeedback-triggered stimulation (or Reciprocal EMG-triggered stimulation – RETS).
  • Electrical stimulation, also referred to as e-stim, NMES, or FES, can be an effective tool in reducing the symptoms of stroke, such as increasing strength and function.
  • When patients suffer an injury and are unable to move a muscle on their own, electrical stimulation can move those particular muscles through electrical impulses.
  • The electrodes are attached to the skin over the muscles that are needed to be activated and deliver electrical impulses which make the muscles contract and relax. By contracting and relaxing the muscles, it helps to prevent muscle loss and builds muscle strength by keeping them active.  It also helps to re-educate the muscles and brain to perform necessary movements.
  • In addition to improving strength and function, electrical stimulation can also improve range of motion, circulation and decrease pain.
  • The biofeedback portion of the system measures the movement of the muscle in real time. This allows the client to have better control over contracting or relaxing his or her muscles. The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti uses both auditory and visual signals to inform the patient of their muscle movements.
  • Because the patient is actively involved in creating the movement through auditory and visual cues, this helps to retrain the brain to work with the muscles again with the goal of relearning necessary movements for everyday tasks.
  • The biofeedback-triggered stimulation part of the system is the combination of the biofeedback and electrical stimulation.
  • Biofeedback-triggered Stimulation is based on the client’s voluntary movement, or intent to move. Electrodes, controlled by a unit, are placed on the skin over a specific area. Once the client attempts to contract his or her muscles and reaches the prescribed threshold, the biofeedback informs the client they have reached that goal, and then is rewarded with electrical stimulation to further contract the desired muscle to complete the movement.
  • RETS or reciprocal EMG-triggered stimulation is ideal for clients with increased tone or spasticity. Electrodes, controlled by a unit, are placed on the skin over a specific area. Once the client attempts to relax his or her spastic muscles and falls below a prescribed threshold, the biofeedback informs the client they have reached that goal, and then receives stimulation to the opposite muscle group (i.e., spastic finger flexors relax causing stimulation to be triggered to finger extensors).
  • The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is not only for the upper body, it can be used on the legs as well to help patients that have difficulty lifting their foot when walking (foot drop).

How do I know it is right for me (or my patient)?

  • The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is designed for both individuals that have experienced a neurological injury such as stroke as well as orthopedic injuries such as radial nerve palsy and other peripheral nerve injuries.
  • Individuals that have had injuries that result in limited movement, decreased function, weakness, or foot drop may benefit from this device.
  • Some diagnoses that may benefit from use of the MyoTrac Infiniti include but are not limited to:
    • Stroke.
    • Traumatic Brain Injury.
    • Spinal cord injury.
    • MS.
    • Guillian-Barre.
    • ALS.
    • Brachial plexus injuries.
  • The client must be able to follow basic commands.
  • The Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti is best used in therapy with a licensed therapist that knows how to use electrical stimulation and biofeedback and that has completed the Saebo online training for the device.

What can I (or my patient) expect?

  • Once the client receives the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti, his or her therapist will create a treatment plan to follow in the clinic and at home.
  • With the first attempt when using the device, clients will immediately see their muscles contract causing their affected limb to move. Many clients/family members enjoy this special moment as it provides excitement and encouragement that more recovery is possible.
  • When the stimulator is turned on and impulses are delivered to the electrodes, a tingling sensation is first felt followed by muscle contractions. The client should not feel pain, but slight discomfort may occur. Over time, the discomfort sensation, if felt, will subside as the body adapts to the electrical current.
  • Biofeedback and electrical stimulation have been used for decades. Although results vary, many clients are able to improve strength and function as well as regain lost movement over time.
  • Like all medical treatments, the amount of recovery cannot be guaranteed, however, clients that are motivated and compliant with the daily home program tend to have better outcomes.

What are the contraindications?

  • Clients that may not be appropriate for the Saebo MyoTrac Infiniti typically exhibit one or more of the below:
    • Patients that have pacemakers.
    • Patients with cardiac arrhythmias or disturbances.
    • Avoid use on areas of skin with recent scar tissue.
    • Avoid stimulation use on the uterus of pregnant or menstruating women.
    • Open wounds.
    • Unable to follow basic commands.
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