Today, Dynatronics announced the introduction of its new line of Dynatron SolarisPlus products, which has been the result of a research and development initiative spanning three years. Four separate units make up the SolarisPlus product line: the SolarisPlus 709, 708, 706, and 705. These pioneering devices can provide seven waveforms of electrotherapy, as well as delivering Dynatronics' patented three frequency ultrasound therapy and light therapy through a newly designed Tri-wave light probe and two light pads.
The company believes the Dynatron SolarisPlus units, its flagship products, are the most advanced devices of their kind on the market, representing the most powerful and versatile units available for the company's practitioners and their patients.
The new, cutting-edge Tri-wave technology is comprised of red, infrared, and blue-wavelength light, delivered by means of two proprietary light pads for treating larger areas of the body or a light probe for treating smaller areas. The Tri-wave pads and light probes are substantially more powerful than their predecessors, offering a greater degree of flexibility in patient treatments. The Tri-wave devices have the capability of delivering seven different combinations of light therapy wavelengths, which enables practitioners to select the optimal treatment for each patient.
The SolarisPlus units can be mounted on a customized cart for easy transportation between clinic treatment stations. The new cart will be available in October.
The new SolarisPlus product line represents Dynatronics' most comprehensive redesign project to date, updating the Solaris line that was originally introduced in 2003. The company anticipates the new products will stimulate higher sales of capital equipment.
Dynatronics is a manufacturer, marketer, and distributor of advanced-technology medical devices, orthopedic soft goods and supplies, treatment tables, and rehabilitation equipment for the markets of physical therapy, sports medicine, chiropractic, podiatry, plastic surgery, dermatology, and other related medical, cosmetic, and aesthetic fields.
For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.dynatronics.com
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