ZT Clinic

Technical data

APPLICATION: Cold / Hot

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -5°C / +45°C

SCREEN: Touch screen 10,4" TFT

WRAPS: Up to 4 simultaneously

TRANSPORTATION: Transportable

DIMENSIONS L x W x H: 365 x 550 x 925

WEIGHT: 54 kg

Suitable for rehabilitation, designed and built for complex requirements of clinics and hospitals with up to 2 patients receiving the same treatment at the same time.

The dynamic management of temperature

Advantages of Zamar Therapy:

If you are recovering from an injury or an operation, Zamar Therapy plays a role in enhancing recovery time.

Zamar Therapy is a simple therapeutic method, non-invasive, non-aggressive.

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  • Cryotherapy is essential during the acute stage of the trauma as shown using the R.I.C.E. protocols. Thermo-Cryo kinetic - the combination of warm and cold during the sub-acute stage, enables faster reduction of edema and an increase of the elasticity.Targeted and selected - each body part is precisely treated through anatomic wraps.

Constant temperature - the temperature can be set from -5°C to +45°C alternating cold and warm cycles. Pressure/Massage, function - Setting the internal pressure within the thermo wrap and provides lymphatic massage on the treated part. Programmable cycles - thanks to the touch screen it is possible to utilise the pre-set cycles for varying treatments or create your own protocols, even using a USB device.


Decrease down up to 60% of recovery times

When the term Cryotherapy is used, it refers to the use of cold for treatment purposes; actually, cold thanks to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties is able to anaesthetise a painful muscle or joint for a certain period of time.

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  • The use of intermittent cryotherapy following an injury decreases the repercussions resulting from inflammation or a tear of muscle fibres, especially when dealing with acute musculoskeletal injuries. The biological changes stimulated by cryotherapy combined together lead to the indicated therapeutic effects:

• Antiphlogistic effect: cell metabolism is slowed and thus the production and release of inflammatory chemical mediators is reduced.
• Anti-oedematous effect: cryotherapy is widely recognised, for treating oedemas, in particular post-injury ones. This anti-oedematous effect is connected with the anti-phlogistic action and vasoconstriction which reduces blood extravasations of the tissues.
• Antalgic effect: the perception of pain is reduced since the cold obstructs the nerve endings, slowing down nerve conduction of the algogenic impulses and limiting local inflammatory phenomena.
• Muscle relaxant effect: cryotherapy, reduces muscle tone and spasticity. To achieve these outcomes, cryotherapy sessions need to be sufficiently long; otherwise when applications are too short, they act on the nociceptors which cause reflex muscle guarding.

Heat increases tissue elasticity. This outcome is clearly visible on the joint capsules, tendons, muscles and in the structures where there is a strong presence of collagen fibres. It is also known that heat is able to catalyse all of the body’s biochemical reactions and to significantly increase the amount of oxygen and nutrients in the tissues: this leads to a development of metabolism for the treated part. The treatment which uses heat can be employed in various situations, bearing in mind that its use is intended for injuries where the acute phase has ended. The use of heat is beneficial in cases of oedema caused by vein or lymph statis. This type of treatment is also suitable for improving and speeding up the healing of tissues in cases of muscle, tendon and ligament contusions, sprains, bursitis, tears and strains. The application of heat also makes it possible to handle spasms caused by muscle fatigue since it helps, get rid of the lactic acid which collects in the muscle.

Thermotherapy effects

• Hemodynamic effect: heat increases blood flow which helps to eliminate the waste which accumulates in tissues, thus increasing oxygenation and obtaining a better intake of nutrients.
• Metabolic effect: thanks to heat, the body’s biochemical reactions are faster
• Analgesic and muscle relaxing effect: the heat is able to lower the activity of chronic peripheral pain receptors.
• Increase in tissue viscoelastic properties: heat increases tissue elasticity

ZT Clinic specifications

Suitable for rehabilitation, designed and built for complex requirements of clinics and hospitals with up to 2 patients receiving the same treatment at the same time.

  • • Application cold -5° C and warm +45°C.
  • • Thermal shock feature – from 0° to 40°C in 60 seconds
  • • Handle up to 4 wraps at the same time
  • • 10” control panel touch screen
  • • Settings for time, temperature & pressure of the treatment
  • • Transportable on silent and smooth wheels
  • • Cooling fluid NON-TOX to the skin
  • • Temperature and time alarms indicators
PRODUCT GALLERY
  • Clinic No Ice Therapy
    ZT CLINIC

    Application cold -5° C and warm +45°C.

  • Thermal shock feature
    ZT CLINIC

    Thermal shock feature – from 0° to 40°C in 60 seconds

  • Therapy wraps handle
    ZT CLINIC

    Handle up to 4 wraps at the same time

  • Therapy control panel
    ZT CLINIC

    10” control panel touch screen

  • Therapy temperature settings
    ZT CLINIC

    Settings for time, temperature & pressure of the treatment

  • Therapy indicators
    ZT CLINIC

    Temperature and time alarms indicators

  • Therapy body wraps
    ZT CLINIC WRAPS

    Full body wraps

  • Therapy hand wrap
    ZT CLINIC HAND WRAP

    Hand wrap

  • Therapy leg wrap
    ZT CLINIC LEG WRAP

    Leg wrap

  • Therapy tubes and connectors
    ZT CLINIC TUBE

    ZT Clinic tubes and connectors

  • Therapy tubes
    ZT CLINIC TUBE

    ZT Clinic tubes and connectors

  • ZT Clinic package
    ZT CLINIC PACKAGE

    Dimensions (Length 60 cm Width 40 cm Height 110 cm)