Quadriceps electrode placement

This video show electrode positions to produce:1. Quadriceps stimulation in Standing2. Quadriceps stimulation for Rehabilitation3. Quadriceps stimulation for…

OPTION 2: Place one 2×4 single-snap Compex® electrode at the top of the quadricep and the other at the end of the muscle group, right above the knee. For the Compex® Wired device, connect the black snap on the top 2×4 electrode and the corresponding red snap onto the bottom electrode. The Compex® Wireless device setup is the same.

Quadriceps Electrode Pad Placement Follow the pictographic for proper quadriceps electrode pad placement. For best results, keep to the size of electrode pads shown in the pictographic: large. Unless you have other specific medical instruction, follow the placement directions in the photos.

TENS electrode placement for quadriceps Placement of the TENS electrode pads is relatively straight forward and easy to follow. You want to surround the quad muscle with the electrode pads about 2 inches apart from one another as pictured here. Start off by using the lowest intensity level if you are new to using a TENS unit.

Quadriceps Femoris. Subdivision. rectus femoris. Muscle Anatomy. Origin . Straight head from anterior inferior iliac spine. Reflected head from groove above rim of acetabulum. Insertion. Proximal border of the patella and through patellar ligament. Function. Extension of the knee joint and flexion of the hip joint. Recommended sensor placement procedure. Starting posture. Sitting on a table …

Learn how to set up and perform neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) to the quad. Great to use after knee surgery – like ACL, partial menisectomy, to…

Electrode Pad Placement Area Select the body part below for step-by-step instructions and images on Compex muscle stimulator and TENS pad placement. Shoulder/Deltoid . Abdominal Muscle. Biceps. Inner Forearm/Flexor of Wrist & Fingers. Lower Leg/Peroneous Muscle. Mid-Back/Erector Spinalis. Glutes. Quadriceps. Hamstrings. Shin/Tibialis Anterior. Trapezius. Triceps. Upper Forearm/Extensors of …