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For those prescribed a Chattanooga NeuroMuscular Electro Stimulator (NMES) to facilitate rehabilitation. 

This pack comes with everything needed to start using the unit.

A standard for Rehabilitation, the Chattanooga Rehab is a 4-channel stimulator developed for pain management, treatment of vascular diseases, and muscle stimulation with basic programs. Powered by COMPEX technology.

4 standard program categories:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Pain Relief
  • Vascular Conditioning
  • Standard program configuration


With daily use, a full recharge will take a maximum of 2.5 hours.


The unit is indicated in the treatment of most musculoskeletal injuries and diseases as well as in post-operative treatment after joint surgeries and in the treatment of several pain indications.

As an NMES device, indications are for the following conditions:

  • Retarding or preventing disuse atrophy
  • Maintaining or increasing range of motion
  • Re-educating muscles
  • Relaxation of muscle spasms
  • Increasing local blood circulation

As a TENS device, indications are for the following conditions:

  • Symptomatic relief and management of chronic, intractable pain
  • Adjunctive treatment for post-surgical and post-trauma acute pain
  • Relief of pain associated with arthritis.

As a pulsed current device, indications are for the following conditions:

  • Reduction of oedema (under negative electrode)
  • Reduction of muscle spasm
  • Influencing local blood circulation (under negative electrode)
  • Retarding or prevention of disuse atrophy
  • Facilitation of voluntary motor function
  • Maintenance of increase of range of motion

Do NOT use the Rehab on patients with:

  • Implanted electronic devices. Do not use the device if you have a cardiac stimulator, implanted defibrillator or other implanted electronic/electrical device.
  • Epilepsy
  • Pregnancy (do not use on abdominal region)
  • Serious arterial circulation problems in lower limbs
  • Abdominal or inguinal hernia
  • Do not use chest stimulation on patients with cardiac arrhythmia

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