Enraf-Academy Introduction Note

  • Users of Enraf-Nonius treatment devices must be trained in how to use the system properly and have the appropriate skills.
  • Any treatment instructions regarding treatment location, duration and strength require medical knowledge and should only be given by authorised doctors, therapists and health professionals. It is imperative that these instructions are followed.
  • Before using Enraf-Nonius equipment, read, understand and practice the instructions for use. Know the limitations and hazards associated with using the device. Also observe the precautionary and operational decals placed on the unit.

Treatment Couches

Enraf-Nonius' Leading examination- and treatment couches at close range

Electrotherapy

Enraf-Nonius electrotherapy: Dutch quality, innovation and design

Rehabilitation and Medical Fitness

Enraf-Nonius equipment for Rehabilitation and Medical Fitness

Distribution

Enraf-Nonius global sales and support. Find you local representative here!

Enraf-Nonius Projects (ENP)

The specialist in turn-key medical solutions, not only realizes hospital- and rehabilitation projects but also offers procurement and project management.

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