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|Technology:||Shock Wave Therapy||Power:||230w|
|Energy:||60 - 185 Mj||Woking Frequency:||1- 16 HZ|
Newest Easy Control Shockwave Physical Therapy Machine for Body Pain Relief with best Factory
Shockwave therapy works by emitting high energy pulses. These pulses of acoustic energy are focused on the target tissues by the handpiece / applicator of the shockwave therapy machine and are believed to
cause localized microtrauma that stimulates the bodies natural healing processes.The shock waves are believed to stimulate angiogenesis / neovascularization (new blood vessels) and neurogenesis (new nerve cells). The microtrauma increases local circulation and enhances breakdown of calcifications (calcium build-up).
|Technology||Shock wave therapy|
|Input Voltage/Frequency||AC 100V-230V 50Hz-60Hz|
|Woking Frequency||1- 16 HZ|
|Energy||60 - 185 mj|
Does shockwave therapy hurt?
Shockwave therapy should not cause you pain. Occasionally, if the area being treated is already very
painful, some increase in discomfort may be experienced during treatment. The intensity of the
shockwaves can be controlled by the therapist using the machine in such a way that discomfort can be
How long is a typical shockwave therapy treatment?
The actual application of the shockwave therapy typically only lasts for around 5 minutes.
when dealing with problem ?
areas is achieved by following a 12 week treatment program.
When should I avoid this therapy?
Complications are infrequent with shock wave therapy. People who have poor sensation (neuropathy)
or hypersensitivity in the target area should not have this procedure. Open sores should also be avoided
Shock wave therapy is not used in patients with heart conditions or seizures. It should not be used during
pregnancy. This should be discussed with your physician before undergoing the procedure.
Shock wave therapy, also known as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), is a clinically proven and highly effective treatment for chronic soft tissue injuries and certain bone conditions.
An extracorporeal shockwave is defined as a non-invasive, non-electrical high energy sound wave that passes through the body via a hand-held probe. The shock waves produce a rapid increase in blood circulation to the target area and will break down fibrous scar tissue which builds up over time, especially with chronic conditions.
The removal of scar tissue is the key to why shock wave therapy is so effective. Unlike normal elasticated tissue, scar tissue is non-elastic and will prevent normal movement and function, thereby weakening the unaffected tissue surrounding it, often causing further damage and pain.
By increasing circulation and removing scar tissue, shock wave therapy will stimulate cell regeneration and promote normal healing and rapid reduction of pain. Normal function can then be restored.