Shoulder Tendinosis ESWT Shockwave Therapy Machine With FDA Approved
Shock Wave Therapy Equipment
ESWT shoulder Tendinosis Shockwave machine
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Equipment, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation treatment.
SmartWave BS-SWT2X / BS-SWTX models using a projectile accelerated in the handpiece, to generates a mechanical pressure wave, which is transferred to the human body by an applicator head and which radiates out in the tissue. The mechanical energy is absorbed by the tissue and decreases as the distance from the application site increases, and stress triggers reactions in the tissue that have a positive influence on a wide range of orthopedic and neurological conditions, thus get the result of pain relief, including acute pain and chronic pain reduction.
Shock Wave Therapy (SWT) is a popular treatment method used to combat common concerns including heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, tennis elbow, shoulder tendonitis, lateral epicondylitis, and more. It is considered a break through treatment that can make common problems like heel pain virtually obsolete.
Shock wave therapy for orthopaedic diseases is thought to provide long lasting analgesia and stimulate the healing process. BS-SWT2X is new generation Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy System, based on the latest RSWT technology, with long lifecycle designed architecture.
As the 3rd generation product it has following advantages:
Enhanced transmitter so as to fully deliver the shock energy to tissue.
High energy from 10mJ (0.25 Bar) to 190mJ (5.0 Bar) and, stepping at 10mJ adjustable, for versatile applications.
High frequency from 1Hz to 22Hz, stepping at 1Hz to cover both acute and chronic treatment.
As many as 38 treatment protocols, make treatment easy.
Customer profile management, help operators to aware the precise dosage applied on patient's body.
Long lifecycle designed, easy to maintain.
Shock Wave Therapy Equipment Applications:
Achillodynia/Achillobursitis/Pain in the groin area.
Inflammations and calcification of shoulder joint tendon
Epicondylitis (Tennis and Golf Elbow)
Apex Patellae Syndrome and Tibial Stress Syndrome
Pain in the hip area and/or the iliotibial tract
Jumper's Knee (Patellar Tendinitis)
Pain in the hamstring insertions.
Pain on the palmar side of the wrist.
Exostoses of small hand joints from Grade 1 Arthrosis.
Pain trigger-points or painful points in muscles.
Shoulder pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints. It can occur in any age group for various reasons. Most frequently the shoulder pain results from trauma and overuse of the shoulder joint and surrounding tissues, some traumas can cause the rotator cuff tear and further shoulder tendinitis or other conditions, which need to be treated.
The rotator cuff is a group of flat tendons, which fuse together and surround the front, back, and top of the shoulder joint like a cuff on a shirtsleeve. These tendons are connected individually to short, but very important, muscles that originate from the scapula. When the muscles contract, they pull on the rotator cuff tendon, causing the shoulder to rotate upward, inward, or outward, hence the name “rotator cuff.”
A rotator cuff tear is a tear of one or more of the tendons of the four rotator cuff muscles, this condition can further lead to the various types of shoulder tendinitis. The term “tendinitis” came into common parlance to describe chronic painful tendon injuries that involve large-scale acute injuries accompanied by inflammation.
If the inflammation of the tendons is in the shoulder joint it calls a rotator cuff tendinitis.
Rotator cuff tendinitis occurs when the tendons (the cord of tough tissue that connects muscles to the bones) are injured, usually as a result of repetitive overhead reaching, pushing, or lifting with outstretched arms.
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