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MediSpera specializes in the marketing and distribution of non-invasive, non-surgical medical devices that afford a rapid rehabilitation and pain-relief, for a speedier return to work and active life style – all aimed at improving patients’ quality of life. Why suffer longer than you have to? Why not improve your condition to the best of your ability. Often this will involve effort on your part such as exercise, health regimen, willpower, eating healthily, giving up consumption of products that harm you or are not good for you (e.g. cigarettes, crisps, processed foods, alcohol).
Our products are based on a number of leading edge technology:
– 3D spinal decompression for neck and back pain, while the patient is mobile, walking on a treadmill or around the clinic at a comfortable pace;
– Active Passive Exercise Bikes for upper and lower limbs to improve muscle toning, strength and overall stamina and fitness, and conversely, to prevent muscular atrophy. Especially important for disabled (CVA, hemi-, para- and quadriplegics), elderly and frail (post-operatives, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis and other neuro-muscular disorders);
– low frequency therapeutic ultrasound for facial / body / muscle / bone pain, wound pain (bed or pressure sores, surgical wounds, diabetic ulcers, chronic wounds), or to treat indwelling urinary catheter-related pain or naso-gastric feeding tube related pain.
– a penile clamp creating compression, and a pouch for male urinary stress incontinence. It is for men who have undergone surgery for prostate disease or prostate cancer or have an enlarged prostate, may experience male urinary stress incontinence as a result of their condition. This may be a temporary condition, lasting several weeks or months, until the area heals, or a permanent condition. It is a disposable, undetectable pouch designed to help men manage light to moderate urinary incontinence, dripping and leaking urine.
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