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|Product Name:||Shock Wave Therapy Device||Technology:||Shock Wave Therapy|
|Input Voltage/Frequency:||AC 100V-230V 50Hz-60Hz||Woking Frequency:||1- 16 HZ|
Avoid Surgery Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Medical Massage
Shock waves accelerate the healing process by mobilising the body's self-healing powers. They stimulate metabolic activity and improve blood circulation. Damaged tissue gradually regenerates and eventually heals.
Most patients will experience an immediate pain relief following the treatment. However, within 2–4 hours after the treatment, they may experience some soreness in the treated area. This soreness has been reported as tolerable and not limiting.
|Technology||Shock wave therapy|
|Input Voltage/Frequency||AC 100V-230V 50Hz-60Hz|
|Woking Frequency||1- 16 HZ|
|Energy||60 - 185 mj|
1 The role of the site clear, the impact on the surrounding tissue is minimal.
2 The body without the impact of drugs.
3 To prevent the possibility of surgery and related hazards.
4 For some other no effective treatment of symptoms, such as tennis elbow and so on.
5 No anaesthesia
6 Non invasive
7 No medication
8 Fast treatment – (20 mins per session), 3+ sessions required
9 Fewer complications
10 Significant clinical benefit often seen 6-8 weeks after treatment
Is Shockwave Therapy for me?
Shockwave therapy has been scientifically proven to help with:
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Achilles Tendonitis
• Jumper’s Knee’s
• Calcific Tendonitis
• Trigger Points
• Lateral Epicondylitis/ Tennis Elbow
• Hallux Rigidus
• Adductor Strain
• Hamstring Strain
The success rate has ranged from 65% to 91% improvement, with low and negligible complications (Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research, 2012). Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical option with results that, in some cases, can be as effective as surgery and should be considered when other treatment options have failed or the condition continues to return.
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is used to treat a growing number of tendon, joint and muscle conditions. These include tennis elbow,where results in double blind studies are reported as excellent; chronic tendinitis of the knee and shoulder rotator cuff pain, achilles tendinitis,hamstring tendinitis and plantar fasciitis have also been treated successfully.
The above conditions are often difficult to treat using other methods and can become chronic. With ESWT patients report reduced pain and faster healing, without significant adverse side effects. However, the treatment has proven challenging to verify categorically in large controlled studies, in part because the therapist and patient are aware whether or not they are in the treatment cohort or the sham cohort. ESWT is also used to promote bone healing and treat bone necrosis. It is an effective alternative to surgical treatment of non-healing fractures.
ESWT is used for wound healing and has shown positive results in short-term and long-term outcomes in diabetic patients suffering from foot ulcers.
Chest pains associated with heart disease, known as angina have been treated successfully with ESWT. Studies have shown that the shockwaves promote the growth of new blood vessels or revascularization.
Since 2010 shockwaves have been used in urology, to treat chronic pelvic pain syndrome and erectile dysfunction. Unlike drugs, ESWT is non-invasive, does not have side effects, and promotes long-term healing. There are a growing number of double blind sham controlled studies that show success rates of up to 80%.