TheraTouch® DX2

Shortwave Diathermy 

TheraTouch DX2 Shortwave Diathermy

TheraTouch DX2 introduces several new advancements in safety, convenience, and efficiency compared to other shortwave diathermy devices. 


Scientific Dosage Control (SDC) allows for two additional dosimetry settings within Dose III provide more options for therapeutic heating within patient comfort tolerances.

DOSE I - Subthermal
DOSE II - Mild Heat
DOSE III - Low Heat
DOSE III SDC M - Moderate Heat
DOSE III SDC H - High Heat

DOSE IV - Vigorous Heat

High Efficiency Auto-Tuning (H.E.A.T.)

Resonant auto-tuning technology continually measures and adjusts to changes in the patient's impedance to provide maximum energy transmission, resulting in faster heating and shorter treatment times. 

Microcirculation Indication 

The Microcirculation Indication is an exclusive parameter found in the DX2's Quick Link library to enhance tissue healing, based on studies of subthermal pulsed shortwave diathermy.*

  • Anatomical Treatment Guide for easy monode placement

  • Save up to 99 user-defined favorites

  • 9 evidence-based Quick Links by Indication

  • Qualitative Thermal Dosimetry with six settings included 

  • Easy to use, touch-screen interface 

  • USB port for easy software upgrades

  • Dual treatment indicators on unit and inductive drum 

  • 3 year warranty



Download the TheraTouch DX2 Shortwave Diathermy Brochure


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DQSWD2TheraTouch DX2
Shortwave Diathermy


DQSWD2-DCoil Monode Drum (14cm)
DQSWD2-DCCoaxial Cable for Coil Monode Drum
DQSWD2-MAMechanical Arm


Continuous Mode Output100W Average Power at 50Ω
Pulsed Mode Output200W Peak Power at 50Ω
Power100-240 V ~; 50/60 Hz
Output Frequency27.12 MHz ± 0.6%
Power Increment Settings.5 W
Pulse Width20 - 400 μsec in 20 μsec increments
Pulse Frequencies10 - 800 Hz in 10 Hz increments
Treatment Duration1 - 30 min in 1 min increments
Electrical ClassCLASS I
Electrical TypeTYPE BF
Regulatory Risk ClassIIb according to MDD 93/42/EEC

*Joseph A. Gallo, DSc, ATC, PT and Christopher M Proulx, DC, MS, ATC, CSCS (2012).  A Diathermy Comback?  A Resurgence of this Modality Could be Beneficial to many Patients. Advance for Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine.