Where should the electrodes be placed on the patient for maximum results?

All VST’s include a User’s Guide which contains a Clinical Application Guide, with illustrations, to provide guidance on pad placement. Pad placement for each patient will ultimately be determined by the prescribing physician, along with electrical stimulation intensity. CONTENT CHECK

Are the VST treatments covered by insurance?

V-Care is not a billing and coding specialty company. Throughout our years of working with physicians and other medical providers we have seen multiple medical diagnosis and treatment plans be reimbursed by Medicare and most Private Payers. Please consult with your billing and coding specialists to determine reimbursement through either NCD’s or LCD’s.

How long should each treatment with the VST last for?

Studies show one hour treatments with the VST achieved the greatest results for all diagnosis. Also, the number of treatments and duration will be determined by the prescribing physician.

What type of Waveform does the VST produce?

Pure, alternating, biphasic, zero-net-charge, sinusoidal waveform.View our white paper for a thorough discussion.

What types of maintenance does the VST require?

The VST contains a rechargeable battery that will need to be re-charged as needed. The charger is simple and built in to the face plate of the VST. Also, a digital battery life readout is displayed when the VST is turned on.

Will the VST treatment be uncomfortable or cause any pain to patients?

No, The VST uses a patented “Ideal Waveform” that is completely comfortable to the patient and intensity will be determined by the physician according to the patient’s diagnosis.