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A shock wave is defined as a wave with a rapid increase of pressure within a very short time and then having a gradual decrease of pressure with a small negative pressure phase.Shock wave is aimed at the affected areas that are the source of chronic pain.The influence of the shock waves causes to the dissolution of calcium deposits and leads to better vascularization.The effect is relief from the pain.
Shock wave has the following effects:
>Cellular:Increase in cell membrane transmittance by improving ionic channels activity,stimulation of cell division, stimulation of cellular cytokines production.
>Reproduction of vessels in the area of tendons and muscles:Improvement of blood circulation,increase in concentration of growth factor beta chemotactic and mitogenic effect on osteoblasts.
> Effect on nitrogen oxide system:Bone healing and remodelling.
>Improvement of mocro-circulation and metabolism.
>Dissolution of calcified fibroblas.
>Support the production of collagen.
>Reducation in issue tension
> ED therapy
1. By the targeted application of the shockwaves, stress to the surrounding tissues is quite insignificant.
2. The body is not burdened by pharmaceuticals, except the short-term effect of local anaesthesia, if used.
3. The possibility of preventing the necessity of surgical intervention and its relevant hazards.
4. For some indications, such as Tennis Elbow, there is really no other effective treatment.
Continuous 4/8/16 pulses
Power Levels / Energy
60 to 185 mJ (equivalent to 1-8 bar)
Suggestion for treatment parts
Exceeds 25 preset treatment suggestion
52.5X53X95.5 CM (L/W/H)
23 kg (device only)
What is shock wave?
A shockwave is a pressure wave – any action that displaces its surrounding medium is a shockwave. The ripple created when a stone is thrown into a pond is a shockwave. The shockwaves used in equine medicine are generated in a fluid medium inside a transducer head and are then transmitted readily through skin, fat, and muscle. The high energy waves are focused within the transducer head so that the shockwave can be directed to the precise area of the injury. When shockwaves hit an area of higher acoustic impedance, such as bone, the waves slow dramatically and a large amount of energy is released into the surrounding tissue.
What signs indicate this therapy is needed?
Shock wave therapy may treat conditions such as degenerated tendons (Achilles tendonitis), heel pain (plantar fasciitis) and tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis).
How Long Does Treatment Last?
The therapy session takes about 15 minutes depending on the disorder that is treated. In general, 3-5 sessions are necessary at weekly intervals. The greatest success rate 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.