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This article is the first in a series about the role of trigger points in pain and spasticity conditions. Trigger Points are areas of taut, hyper-contracted bands or nodules within a muscle. They are tender to touch and have a predicted pain referral pattern. These hyper-contracted nodules within the muscle are palpable. Myofascial pain may…Read More
Intronix has been officially invited to supply Myoguide units for five hands-on workshops at the American Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. The AAPM&R Annual Assembly is taking place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center , in New Orleans, from October 20-23, 2016. We are very pleased and honoured to have the opportunity to continue to…Read More
Intronix Technologies is pleased to announce that we have been nominated for an Ontario Business Achievement Award (OBBA). It is an honor to be nominated as the OBAA’s have been celebrating business success for over 30 years. The nomination highlights our efforts implementing a successful export strategy that has positively affected Intronix growth and development…Read More
TORONTO, Sept. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — When it comes to sales and marketing today, you’ve got to “know your stuff” to succeed. There’s no doubt that Rosa Griffin, with many years of experience in the medical device industry, has the expertise required to excel in her new position at Intronix Technologies Corp. (http://www.intronixtech.com). Headquartered in…Read More
There are many compelling reasons to use EMG guidance. The first is that EMG ensures that the needle is located in a muscle and in a muscle that is actively contracting in association with the disorder. Speelman and Brans (Cervical dystonia and botulinum treatment: is electromyographic guidance necessary? (Letter). Mov Disor 1995;10(6):802) showed that even…Read More
This article is the second in a series about the role of trigger points in pain and spasticity conditions. Muscular injury can occur when soft tissues are exposed to single or recurrent episodes of biomechanical overloading. Muscular pain is often attributed to a myofascial pain disorder, a condition originally described by Dr. Janet Travell, Dr.…Read More
Check out the new Myoguide training page! Introducing the Myoguide Training Page on our website. We have located the most important videos and information related to how to use Myoguide; the benefits of injection guidance; The finer points to consider when using Myoguide; Best electrode practices for EMG/STIM injection guidance procedures; and details about loaner programs, all…Read More
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Following our anniversary we can get a bit sentimental looking back at devices developed during our neuroscience research phase. Some of these devices were very specific and some had more mass appeal. We have designed and fabricated everything from intracellular microelectrode amplifiers to biphasic-isolated stimulators. The Intronix Model 2024F 4-channel isolated amplifier with signal conditioning…Read More
The Myoguide you see today started development over 5 years ago. We were initially contacted by some movement disorder clinicians who wanted a portable device to help them carry out their therapeutic injections. The evolution timeline was about a year: Our first rendition was a wireless module that proved inconvenient due to the need for…Read More