• Muscular injuries
  • Joint capsulitis
  • Distortions
  • Cervicalia
  • Bone and ligament trauma
  • Tendon injuries and bursitis
  • Lumbalgia and ischialgia
  • Myositis
  • Arthrosis processes
  • Rehabilitation programs


    The electrical equilibrium (difference in membrane potential) of the cell and the physiological molecular movement that characterizes its matrix, form the basis for the health of any organism. Applying a capacitor (TCARE) to tissue, creates a displacement current due to attraction/repulsion charges that effects what is called the basic non-specific Pischinger tissue, i.e. the relationship between cells and their microenvironment, where life is created and destroyed. The oscillation that is reactivated by the displacement current, exerts its beneficial effects on all components of the affected tissue (venous, arterial and lymphatic microcirculation, matrix and cell membrane).From a subjective point of view, as we shall see later, this effect can be perceived by the patient as an increase in endogenous heat.While heat produced externally can have some beneficial effects, it can also produce some negative therapeutic side effects; an endogenous increase in temperature never causes any side effects.Experience acquired in the field of the capacitive effect on several thousands patients, has confirmed the physical assumptions already highlighted in literature. For this reason, we must emphasize that for the first few minutes, despite the applied current output, the patient will not feel sensations of any kind, or perceive any muscle or nerve stimulation.In other words, the capacitor effect does not apply any external electrical stimulation, as in the case of electrostimulators, for example, but instead allows the human body’s internal currents to create the necessary conditions to resume their physiological capacity (Brownian motion).It is through this continuous movement of electric charges that information passes through the matrix to cellular receptors.The biological activity of the current is therefore manifested in two ways: 1. the energy effect, supplying energy to intra and extra biological cellular tissue and transforming ADP to ATP; 2. the thermal effect, due to increased impact of ions against one another, producing a local hyperemia which causes an increase in blood flow and consequently an increased supply of oxygen and nutrients.In most treatable pathologies it is essential to increase temperature either directly or indirectly in order to supply oxygen and nutrition to damaged tissues: this is accomplished by applying short bursts of high electrical potentials. The thermal effect varies in relation to the active surface of the electrode and the type of tissue treated. In addition to the biostimulation effect, there is a local indirect increase of arterial circulation and an important effect on venous and lymphatic drainage.


    1. Improvement of arterial flows, with an increase in the quantity of nutritive substances and oxygen;
    2. Increase in metabolism due to these factors and due to an internal rise    in temperature (van’t Hoff’s law);
    3. Increase in endocellular energy transformation  (ADP into ATP);
    4. Improved membrane balance for all cells in the treated area    (adipocytes, fibroblasts, etc.);
    5. Repolarisation of the cell (from pathologies -40Mv to physiologies -70Mv);
    6. Passage of the extra-cellular matrix from a (pathological) gel state  to a (physiological) sol state;
    7. Improvement of venous and lymphatic flow with more efficient expulsion of toxins and catabolites;
    8. Potentiation and synergy with active agents to be diffused in the dermis and hypodermis, with evident application advantages compared to taking them intramuscularly.


    Resistive Capacitive Energy Transfer (C.R.E.T.) and integrated transdermal transfer currently represents one of the most requested and cost-effective rehabilitation therapy in Italy in other country.

    Chinesport strongly recommends taking part in their multi-level training courses for operators that intend to use the TCARE Cellular Regenerator. These courses cover the application / clinical methods for correct use of the equipment and raise awareness as to usage limits. The courses are therefore open to various professional categories, such as doctors, highly specialised nurses, and other specialists, even though they always have to work under the control of a doctor, not so much due to the dangerousness of the equipment, as to achieving adequate efficacy when providing treatment.


  • TCARE™: TWO MECHANISMS IN ONE DEVICE: Energy transfer & Transdermal Delivery the best combination for your patient’s health.
  • TRANSFER OF ENERGY: Transfer of energy related to the condenser effect applied to the Human body.
  • DELIVERY OF ACTIVE AGENTS: Drug delivery through skin which is the best task-related barrier.
  • TCARE™ ACTION IN TISSUES: What happens when energy is applied to the body? Macro and microscopical points of view.
  • “ROLL-ON” HAND PIECE: features and advantages, why choose TCARE™?
  • EXAMPLES OF TREATMENT SETTINGS FOR DIFFERENT MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS: e.g. muscle lesions, joint sprains, lymphatic oedema, rheumatic problems; involving different areas such as upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, bigger and little joints.

  • Insights



    Using the TCARE Cellular Regenerator introduces a new feature of the application, in the form of the Capacitive effect of Direct Coupling, compared to current practice. The new features this device introduces are as follows:

  • The possibility of combining metabolic activation, with subsequent tissue reorganisation, resulting from capacitive and resistive energy transfer of the most suitable pharmacological ingredient on each occasion to a depth similar to that of infiltration. The active ingredient is then metabolised at the target tissue as a result of changes in micro circulation (increased vascular diameter, hyperemia, increase of tissue oxygenation), induced by energy stimulating the tissues;

  • A revolutionary applicator shape, compared to previous energy transfer methods, thanks to the ergonomic form of the patented Roll-On handpiece, which ensures an extensive contact surface between the electrode and the skin at all times, even in areas of the body that are not flat or that are irregular (e.g. shoulder, heel, mastoid, malleolus, or finger);

  • The possibility of always using only the amount of cream strictly necessary and sufficient for guaranteeing the biological effect, thanks to slow release ensured by the Roll-On handpiece, with clear advantages for the operator from both hygiene-operating and economic points of view;

  •  Lowering of the risk of dielectric arcs forming, which is revolutionary compared to devices currently on the market. This is due to a significant reduction in the voltage used and design innovations resulting from the Roll-On handpiece (maintaining a constant film of conductive cream at the interface, and optimisation of the interface thanks to the Roll-On’s ergonomic shape);

  •  The choice available in the form of three different work methods, selecting the most effective frequency on each occasion (greater number of LEDs on) for a specific working power, which goes hand in hand with a specific safety system that interrupts the treatment if the energy absorption exceeds 80% of the LED scale;

  • The possibility of dealing incisively, completely, and multi-dimensionally with various musculoskeletal problems at an acute stage (characterised by extensive pain, low tolerance to contact, manipulation and traditional therapeutical methods in general), due to the combining of energy transfer in athermal mode with transdermal diffusion of the medicine prescribed by the specialist on each occasion;

  • Shorter acute phase and subsequent early moving on to the sub-acute phase, in which the physiotherapist is free to use the techniques or exercises their professional experience tells them are most suitable in each case, due to reduction of the inflammatory state, which makes the treatment easier to tolerate;

  • As a result of this, excellent patient compliance with the individual treatment and with the rehabilitation process proposed by the physiotherapist in overall terms;

  • Extremely easy to use, quickness in establishing the therapeutic setting, and last but not least, containment of operating costs sustained by the professional (e.g. lower consumption of conductive cream thanks to the use of the Roll-On handpieces supplied).


    The special patented handpiece, known as the ROLL-ON, means that the TCARE Cellular Regenerator device guarantees the best geometric application for achieving capacitive-resistive energy transfers.
    The particular shape of the handpiece provides an extensive contact area between the electrode and the patient’s skin, while the ROLL-ON’s functionality ensures that, unlike traditional handpieces, the correct quantity of cream is released at the contact interface on a real-time basis.
    This is sufficient to guarantee the development of the electro-chemical gradient, without allowing any dielectric arc to be formed.
    It also makes it possible to avoid wasteful dispersion of conductive cream, which provides significant savings in the operating costs sustained by professionals that use the device.



    The warming sensation generated inside the body depends on various factors, and can be perceived by the patient at intensities that range from warmth to intense internal heat. When using capacitive electrodes, the diameter of the electrode and speed of movement must be considered in particular. For the same amount of power applied, larger diameter electrodes increase the temperature more gradually and, in addition, the faster the electrode is moved, the less the heat sensation felt by the patient.


    Direct coupling means using the TCARE Cellular Regenerator with uninsulated metal electrodes. The action mechanism, caused by polarity reversal of the current, produces a quicker and more intense increase in heat in tissue deprived of water and electrolytes. Since the active electrode is not insulated, the current that moves the charges and the temperature generated in the body are less concentrated in the area immediately below the active electrode, producing a directional aspect guided by the passive electrode.


    The operator gets the patient to move their knee into flexion/extension to concentrate Tcare action in the inflamed zone and gain a wider range of motion (e.g. knee collateral ligament)


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