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Richmar TheraTouch DX2 Diathermy
Richmar TheraTouch DX2 Diathermy

Richmar TheraTouch DX2 Diathermy

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• Anatomical Treatment Guide for easy monode


• Save up to 99 user-defined favorites

• 9 evidence-based Quick Links by Indication

• Qualitative Thermal Dosimetry with six

settings included

• Easy to use, touch-screen interface

• USB port for easy software upgrades

• Dual treatment indicators on unit and

inductive drum

• 3 year warranty



With the TheraTouch DX2’s tighter titration,two additional dosimetry options are now available. Traditional diathermy units provide a dosimetric scale categorized by four doses:

DOSE I - Subthermal

DOSE II - Mild Heat

DOSE III - Low Heat

DOSE IV - Vigorous Heat

The unique parameters afforded by Richmar’s exclusive Scientific Dosage Control (SDC), allows for an increased thermal effect with decreased risk.

The heating effect from Dose IV can be uncomfortable due to decreased muscle mass

and/or the thinness of the skin, such as with geriatric patients. To better meet the needs of these patients, SDC provides two additional increments of heating to Dose III:

DOSE III SDC M - Moderate Heat

DOSE III SDC H - High Heat



The resonant auto-tuning technology found in the TheraTouch DX2 continually adjusts to provide consistent coupling, based on calculations of the patient’s impedence, size, and body density. This ensures maximum energy transmission, without resorting to a higher dosage, resulting in faster heating and shorter treatment times.


The Microcirculation Indication is an exclusive parameter located within the TheraTouch DX2. Studies indicate that subthermal pulsed shortwave diathermy can enhance the rate of tissue healing and be an effective adjunct therapy.* This indication can be especially helpful in long term care and skilled nursing facilities.


Five articulation points on the arm allow for easy positioning of the inductive drum

to various body areas. In addition, the numerous friction joints hold the drum in position during treatments, preventing unwanted movement. 

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