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TeslaMax TM-4 NeuroMuscular Electrical Stimulator

NeuroMuscular Electrical Stimulator

There is a Difference!

With the TM-4TM you get the MAX in high-voltage, low-amperage AC output muscle stim NeuroMuscular Electrical Stimulator

The TM-4TM is a “Work In Progress” Not Yet Cleared By The FDA for Marketing

The Key Benefit of Electrical Stimulation Comes From Muscle Contractions

Deeper contractions for longer time periods get better results. Lower amperage allows greater patient tolerance. The TM-4TM generates the deepest, yet most comfortable, muscle contractions ever produced with a muscle stimulation device by taking full advantage of technology invented by Nikola Tesla. Tesla is widely hailed as one of the greatest electrical engineers and inventors of all time, famous for defeating Thomas Edison in the “Great Transmission War” early in the 20th century. Only Tesla’s patented technology was capable of overcoming the resistance of distance issues that limited the transmission of electricity over long distances. Tesla’s proprietary AC (alternating current) transformer technology is used everywhere today for optimal power transmission and conversion. The TeslaMaxTM TM-4TM uses this same technology to overcome similar resistance issues in the human body.

The Genius of Nikola Tesla Nearly all (99.99%) electrical therapeutic devices on the market today are DC output (all the electrons moving in one direction only), instead of AC (Electrons moving back and forth alternating direction of low and thus reducing friction, heat, and discomfort) and most such units output far too much amperage for patients to be able to tolerate more than the most gentle muscle contractions. The TM-4TM uses Tesla Based TechnologyTM to limit the amperage output over time to extremely low average Maximum Amperage Per Second (MAPS) while generating the deepest possible contractions via the highest possible voltage. The low MAPS is the key.

The TM-4TM Stimulation Simply Must Be Experienced To Be Understood

Even the deepest TM-4TM contractions “feel” like a “tickle” instead of the “pins and needles” caused by high amperage systems. Only super high voltage can saturate active muscle fibers and or edema to then overflow into the in-active atrophied muscles to get them to ire. To allow patients to experience the full exercise benefits of a full 45-minute session of such deep contractions, the amperage must be kept at extremely low MAPS. That is the secret of the TM-4TM’s effectiveness.

FDA 510k claims generally allowed for this type of equipment (once registered) are: 1) Increase Local Circulation; 2) Muscle re-education; 3) Relaxation of muscle spasms; 4) Maintaining or increasing Range of Motion; 5) Prevention or retardation of Disuse Atrophy; 6) Immediate Post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent Venous Thrombosis.

Copyright 2015 Rehaba, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TeslaMaxTM, Tesla Based TechnologyTM, TM-6TM, TM-4TM, and TIER4TM are Trademarks of Rehaba, Inc.

The TM-4TM is a “Work In Progress” Not Yet Cleared By The FDA for Marketing Until Rehaba gets the FDA 510k clearance on the TM-4TM it can only be used in clinical applications as part of Rehaba’s Field Beta Test Program. In this program, post-treatment results are monitored periodically by licensed healthcare practitioners to observe the powerful benefits of super deep contractions via super low amperage output in AC. Such super deep contractions move out edema and increase circulation so the body can return to a normal, healthy, oxygenated environment requisite to heal itself from a wide range of maladies. Rehaba’s Tesla- MaxTM TM-4TM uses its unique ability to generate super deep contractions tolerated by patients over longer treatment times to address the cause of the problem, not the symptom, because when the cause is resolved the symptoms go away.

Four Pots Control Eight Channels The TeslaMaxTM TM-4TM features four simple potentiometers, each of which can control the intensity output to up to 4 electrodes via special cables that allow the simultaneous use of 16 electrodes to treat multiple sites on one patient or to treat multiple patients with one unit. With the High/Low (H/L) feature, the stimulation of small figured individuals, small muscle groups or muscles in spasm can be applied in a more comfortable manner. The system is very user-friendly and applicable for in-clinic or in-home use by the patient or caregiver.


Technical Specifications

  • Input Power: Wall-mounted transformer
  • Input Voltage: 15 to 18.0 VDC • Input Current: 500 mA
  • Pulse Type: Symmetrical, Biphasic Square Wave
  • Pulse Output Voltage: 0 to 440 V Peak to Peak (open circuit)
  • Pulse Output Current: 0 to 4.4mA Average (1K ohm load)
  • Pulse Duration: 150 uS nominal • Pulse Train ON Time: 1.5 sec. (Time pulses applied to output)
  • Pulse Train OFF Time: 1.8 sec, (Time pulse not applied to output)
  • Dimensions: 8” X 7.5” X 2.5” For more information or to place
  • Weight: Less than 5 lb.
  • Complete and Ready to Use
  • Main unit
  • 4 non-disposable, reusable lead wires
  • 4 Packages of 4 self-adhesive, disposable electrodes
  • Instruction Booklet
  • Quick Glance Card
  • Carrying Case

For ordering information, contact Physician’s Choice Concierge

Indications and Uses for this type of equipment, once cleared by the FDA

Muscle Re-educaion

• Incontinence or overactive bladder (OAB)
• Stroke recovery for ambulation
• Physical therapy facilitation
• Decreased athletic rehabilitation time
• Frozen shoulder syndrome
• Off-site physical therapy
• Rehabilitation for knee and hip replacement
• Pre and post surgery applications
• Post operative muscle rehabilitation
• Sub-clinical diagnosis of neuro-muscular
• Detection of non-participating muscle groups
• 100% muscle recruitment over
treatment period
• Increase in tone and strength of dificult muscle
• Muscle group training (i.e. abdominal,
triceps, etc.)
• Better patient compliance to physical therapy
• Correcting strength Imbalances leading to back pain

Maintaining or Increasing Range of Motion

• Frozen Shoulder syndrome
• Post-surgical rehabilitation
• Improved and peak athletic performance
• Decreased risk of muscle strain
• Athletic injury prevention
• Detection/correction of muscle imbalance
• Increased patient compliance to exercise
• Accelerated recovery from athletic injuries
• Removal of fluid buildup around arthritic joints
• Reduced recovery time from stroke
• Prevention of fibrosis from trauma complications
• Automated protocols allow for better use of staff time
• Increased ambulation, comfort, and balance to auto accident patients
• Removing edema and inflammation
• Geriatric patients experience improved quality of life

Prevention or Retardation of Disuse Atrophy

• Carpal/tarsal tunnel syndrome injuries
• Decreased recovery time for auto accident patients
• Diabetic neuropathy
• Increase in athletic performance
• Maintenance of muscle tone, post-casting
• Maintenance of muscle bulk and tone
• Quadriplegics/paraplegics
• Post stroke rehabilitation
• Neurological injury preventing muscle control
• In-house usage for elder care or home health
• Diagnosis of sub-clinical problem areas
• Increased muscle girth for pressure ulcer

Relaxation of Muscle Spasms

• Industrial sprain/strain complications
• Repetitive or overuse injuries
• Facilitation to physical therapy
• Decrease or elimination of industrial “time loss”
• Carpal tunnel complications
• Heel spur/plantar fascitis
• Whiplash recovery time decreased
• Accelerated athletic re-participation
• Tension headache relief
• TMJ syndrome relief
• Multiple sclerosis: relief from symptoms
• Spinal cord injury complications
• Stabilization to manual manipulation
• Postural imbalances resulting in spasms
• Spasticity from: cerebral palsy, paraplegia, and quadriplegia
• Identifying and relaxing spasms
• Correcting poor ergonomics leading to spasm

Increased Local Circulation

• Improves wound and injury healing
• Healing of diabetic decubitus ulcers
• Diabetic neuropathy
• More effective delivery of pharmaceutical agents
• Edema/swelling reduction and elimination (i.e. antibiotics to treat: osteomyelitis, gangrene, etc.)
• Prevention of blood clot formation
• Transverse myelitis
• Decreased healing and rehabilitation time
• Tendonitis
• Restless leg syndrome or PAD
• Prevention of DVT post-surgery

Typical FDA 510k claims for this type of equipment, once cleared by the FDA:

• Symptomatic relief and management of chronic (long term) intractable pain
• Adjunctive treatment in the management of
• post surgical and post traumatic pain problems
• Increase local circulation
• Muscle re-education
• Relaxation of muscle spasms
• Maintaining or increasing range of motion
• Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy
• Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis.


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