|Portable Shock Wave
|ED (Erectile Dysfunction) Treatment
|Sports Injury Recovery/Rehabilitation /Pain Relief
|8 Inch Touch Screen
|7 Sizes Tips
|OEM / ODM
|CET And RET Rf
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|ED (Erectile Dysfunction) treatment
|Sports Injury Recovery/Rehabilitation/pain relief
|7 sizes tips
|Pain Shock Wave Therapy
|8 inch touch screen
|Physion - pain relief
|electromagnetic shockwave+EMS +Tecar
|Extracorporeal shock wave eswt ED therapy
Shock wave work therapy
A shockwave 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. Shockwave is aimed at the affected areas that are the source of chronic pain. The
influence of the shockwaves causes to the dissolution of calcium deposits and leads to better vascularization. The after-effect is
relief from the pain.
WHAT IS ELECTRIC MUSCLE STIMULATION?
How does it work?
Our shockwave therapy is conducted by our qualified physios. It uses a pneumatically powered handpiece that generate radial shockwaves, which are transmitted to the site of the injury through a conducting gel.
The treatment session uses 2000-3000 pulsed shockwaves into the affected area and lasts approximately 3-10 minutes. Most patients will notice some pain relief immediately after therapy, others can take up to 4-5 sessions to achieve significant pain relief.
The body’s natural healing process continues after the prescribed course of shockwave therapy. Part of the treatment plan will also include advice on how to manage your condition and rehabilitation to strengthen the area, which will minimise the risk of re-injury.
Up to 92% of patients report significant improvement in their tendon pain after a course of shockwave therapy.
What conditions can Shockwave Therapy help with?
Jumper’s knee/patella tendinitis
Hip bursitis/tendinopathy (Greater Trochanter pain syndrome)
Frozen shoulder - adhesive capsulitis shoulder (3)
Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder
Tennis and Golfers* elbow
Trigger finger - finger tenosynovitis (4)
Osgood Schlatter disease (5)
Shockwave Therapy can help with the following conditions:
Tennis and Golfers elbow: Shockwave therapy is clinically proven (6)
to reduce pain, improve function in patients with tennis elbow and is proven to be as effective as a steroid injection (7).
Achilles Tendinopathy: Shockwave therapy trials have confirmed excellent results with decreasing pain and increasing Achilles function compared with either shockwave therapy or exercises in isolation (8).
Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spurs: In a recent study, the authors looked at the efficacy of eight different types of treatment for plantar fasciitis. It was concluded that shockwave therapy ranked number one for best outcome and considered “optimal treatment” (9).
In another study they showed that combining shockwave therapy with a physio-guided stretching program has been proven to deliver clinically superior outcomes for plantar fasciitis sufferers (10).
Hip - Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome: A randomised controlled clinical trial of 229 people showed shockwave therapy was significantly more successful than steroid injection (11).
Shin Splints - Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome: A clinical trial showed that 40 of 47 shin splint sufferers were able to return to their preferred sport at their pre-injury level after 15 months, versus only 22 in a control group (12).
Calcifying Tendinopathy of the Shoulder: Clinical trials revealed that shockwave therapy for calcific tendinitis of the shoulder showed good to excellent results in 87.9% of shoulders treated. Among shockwave patients, calcium deposits were completely eliminated in 21.2% and partially eliminated in 36.3% (13).