BMS Vet applies externally mechanical stimulation of defined amplitude and frequency to the skin, connective tissue and muscles. Connective tissue, the extracellular matrix and the musculotendinous bone junctions can be treated by bio mechanical stimulation with the mechanotherapeutic approach of cell biological regulation medicine using BMS device. Complexly located disorders, imbalances, pain and weakness can be efficiently managed or avoided with BMS and existing therapy combined.

  • MedicalDeviceDirective93/42/EEC
  • FDA approved 3012794245
  • CE declaration of conformity
  • Air travel onboard permit
  • Registered design patent
Voltage EU standard, country specific available
Power consumption 50 W
Power cable country-specific, IEC receptacle
Vibration frequencies 5 to 30 Hz
(Infinitely variable selectable 1 Hz increments)
Unit weight Control unit housing:
9.26 lbs. (4.2 kg)Handheld unit:
2.1 lbs. (0.940 kg)
Dimensions Control unit with plug connections:
9.8″ x 9.0″ x 6.7″ (250 mm x 230 mm x 170 mm)
(W / D / H)Hand piece:
approx. ø 1.7″ x 12.2″ (42mm x 310mm)
Country of origin Federal Republic of Germany
  • The Extrazell® battery-powered BMS handheld unit is specially designed to be user-friendly.
  • The LCD display is located on the front of the control unit.
  • The ergonomically designed handheld piece is also equipped with its own on/off switch, giving the user extra flexibility and comfort during individual treatments.
  • The plug connection is built with a bayonet catch fitted system.

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  • Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
  • Heel spurs
  • Chronic muscle pain and stiffness
  • frozen shoulder, calcareous tendinitis of the shoulder
  • local musculoskeletal discomfort
  • Sudeck’s disease
  • calcaneal spurs
  • fibromyalgia
  • lower leg cramps
  • window-shopping disease
  • chronically poor healing of wounds
  • unexplained joint pain
  • chronic unspecific back pain
  • Chronic pain syndromes
  • insertion tendinopathies, such as tennis elbow, achillodynia
  • post-operative pain, e.g., after knee replacement or other total endoprostheses (TEP).
  • scar discomfort
  • functional deficit occuring with neurological diseases
  • Nerve compression syndrome after disc herniation

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