About Tecar

The therapeutic action carried out by tecartherapy, thanks to its working principle, recalling energy from within the body structures, has the advantage of activating micro-hyperemia and endogenous hyperthermia both on the surface and in depth.
For the first time in a device the physical principle of the condenser has been applied to the biological field, obtaining a technology allowing to get in touch with the tissues by acting from the inside, without unnecessary dissipation of the energy.
There are three main innovative features:
1 The transfer of biocompatible energy, active on the energy thresholds of cellular and sub-cellular metabolism;

2 The specificity of action based on the type of tissue (muscular and / or fibroconnecting) connected to the dual capacitive and resistive technological modality;

3 Therapeutic results even on non-reactive tissues due to their fibrotic and treatment-resistant nature.

Thanks to the technical way in which the energy is transferred, the tecartherapy is characterized by a degradation curve of the energy that it deposits for a therapeutic result able to reach even the deep tissues.

Therapeutic effects
• Fight pain
• Acts on inflammation
• Reduces recovery times

Thermal effects
• Deep heat
• Increases blood supply
• Increases metabolism
• Increases the elastic properties of fabrics
• Muscle relaxant
• Exchange of enzymatic reactions
• Reduces pain

Athermal effects
• Reduces edema
• Reduces lymphatic edema
• Restores superficial tissues
• Beneficial treatment of ulcerative stasis

• Medium-large muscles
• Cartilaggineum fabric
• Joints
• Tendons
• Fibrootic tissues
• Bones

• Cute
• Connective tissue
• small muscles

Main therapeutic indications
• Muscle disorders
• Shoulder disorders
• Epicondylitis and epitrocleitis
• Painful and myotensive diseases of the rachis
• Hip disorders
• Knee diseases
• Foot disorders
• Keloids and ulcers


Resistive and Capacitive Therapy is a therapeutic modality that allows the transfer of electromagnetic energy to different cell layers, from the superficial to the deep. This energy transfer has the property of transforming itself within the tissues of the body into heat, from moderate to intense.
The increase in temperature and the consequent increase in blood flow stimulates the processes of tissue repair, favouring the contribution of organic substrates and the elimination of catabolites from the lesion area.
TRC is used to stimulate healing processes and, for its antalgic effect, in the treatment of acute and chronic pathological forms of the locomotor system.