Empi

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Web: http://www.empi.com
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Address: 599 Cardigan Road, St. Paul, Minnesota 55126-4099, USA
Phone: +1-(800)-328-2536 | Fax: +1-(918)-543-3334 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Empi is a manufacturer and provider of non-invasive medical products for pain management & physical rehabilitation. We deal with pain management, rehabilitation, swelling reduction, electrodes and accessories. Our Empi Action Patch™ incorporates iontophoresis drug delivery technology. Our mobile iontophoresis technology is perfect for use in the home, sports medicine and clinical settings. Our swelling reduction product, SporTX® breaks the injury cycle & has the power to deliver positive and negative current therapy directly & precisely to the point of injury, to reduce swelling & stiffness from muscle injury. It is the electronic equivalent of both ice and heat therapy. It works like an ice pack to constrict blood vessels, and like a heating pad to relax blood vessels.

The company was founded in 1972, has revenues of USD 50-100 Million, has ~480 employees and is CE certified. NASDAQ:CMPX (SEC Filings)

19 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• Cervical Traction Equipment
• Electrical Stimulators
• Electrical-Powered Muscle Stimulator (FDA Code: IPF / 890.5850)
A powered muscle stimulator is an electrically powered device intended for medical purposes that repeatedly contracts muscles by passing electrical currents through electrodes contacting the affected body area.
• Electromedical Kits, Electrodes
• Electromedical Muscle Stimulators
• Electromedical, Tens Units
• External Functional Neuromuscular Stimulator (FDA Code: GZI / 882.5810)
An external functional neuromuscular stimulator is an electrical stimulator that uses external electrodes for stimulating muscles in the leg and ankle of partially paralyzed patients (e.g., after stroke) to provide flexion of the foot and thus improve the patient's gait.
• Implantable Electrical Stimulator (FDA Code: EZW / 876.5270)
An implanted electrical urinary device is a device intended for treatment of urinary incontinence that consists of a receiver implanted in the abdomen with electrodes for pulsed-stimulation that are implanted either in the bladder wall or in the pelvic floor, and a battery-powered transmitter outside the body.
• Low Frequency Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
• Muscle Stimulators, Combo UltraSound
• Neurological Electrode
• Neuromuscular Stimulator Electrode, Muscle
• Non-Implantable Electrical Stimulator (FDA Code: KPI / 876.5320)
A nonimplanted electrical continence device is a device that consists of a pair of electrodes on a plug or a pessary that are connected by an electrical cable to a battery-powered pulse source. The plug or pessary is inserted into the rectum or into the vagina and used to stimulate the muscles of the pelvic floor to maintain urinary or fecal continence. When necessary, the plug or pessary may be removed by the user. This device excludes an AC-powered nonimplanted electrical continence device and the powered vaginal muscle stimulator for therapeutic use (884.5940).
• Non-Measuring Passive Exerciser
• Olive Tip Catheter
• Rehabilitation Traction Systems
• Tens Units
• Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator
• Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulator for Pain Relief (FDA Code: GZJ / 882.5890)
A transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator for pain relief is a device used to apply an electrical current to electrodes on a patient's skin to treat pain.

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