BioStim INF is an Interferential Stimulator that utilizes a pulsed sine wave to reduce body aches and pains while decreasing inflammation. With a built-in timer, this Interferential Stimulator offers a pre-modulated stimulation (2 electrodes) where the interferential stimulation is already "mixed" or where the stimulation is a full interferential stimulation with the use of 4 electrodes where signal mixes in the body.
BioStim INF is an ideal stimulator for any person looking to substantially reduce strong body aches and pains. Equipped with lead wires, electrodes, batteries, wall adapter, instruction booklet and a carrying case, this stimulator is the perfect, non-invasive way to combat nerve pain, muscle pain, and similar body aches and pains without resorting to over the counter or prescription medications.
BioStim INF Features and Benefits
- The BioStim INF Interferential Stimulator utilizes a pulsed sine wave to reduce pain and decrease inflammation. Unit has a timer.
- Offers a pre-modulated stimulation (2 electrodes) where the interferential stimulation is already mixed or full interferential stimulation with the use of 4 electrodes where signal mixes in body.
- Comes standard with lead wires, electrodes (4), batteries, wall adapter, instruction booklet and carrying case.
- 1 mode and 3 pre-programmed sweeps.
BioStim INF Specifications
- Product number: KBSI
- Manufacturer: Bio Medical Life Systems
- S1 to 1 Hz to 10 Hz for edema reduction
- S2 to 80 Hz to 150 Hz for pain relief
- S3 to 1 Hz to 150 Hz for total treatment
- 3-year warranty. (USA only)
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Biomedical Life Systems
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsHave had & am familiar with EMS 2000 for years; I have a few questions about Biostim INF:
1) Does this device require an Rx? Vitality doesn't indicate...
2) Can it be used with Iontopheresis electrode(s)?
2a) Will a standard "slip-on" carbon electrode work as the return for Iontopheresis with this device?
2b) Since the connection is made by a +/- plug into the device and Iontopheresis electrodes use clip-on connections, do you provide (or know of) a source for clip-on lead wires compatible with this device?
3) Kind of an extra question: can conductive gel (like "Tensive" or "Spectra" gel) be used to extend the life of re-usable electrodes when the gel surface is becoming "un-sticky" and/or is obviously drying out?
Obviously, I have a few potential requirements I believe are beyond the EMS 2000 unit I currently own (edema & non-steroidal prescribed medication) that might benefit from this unit if issues 1 & 2 can be resolved. I also should ask--CAN the EMS 2000 perform the functions I'm looking for with the INF, absent the timer? (Iontopheresis and edema reduction?)
Thanks!Question by: Joe on Jun 19, 2015 5:16:00 AMHello Joe, To answer your questions individually: 1. This device does NOT require a prescription; 2. We cannot answer that question as we do not have any medical professionals on our staff; 2a. See answer 2; 2b. See answer 2; 3. See answer 2.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 27, 2016 12:30:00 PM
Is an exceptional device and very user friendly.