|Place of Origin:||Shanghai , China|
|Certification:||CE , ISO13485 ,FDA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 Set|
|Packaging Details:||Standard export packing for shockwave therapy machine|
|Delivery Time:||Within 1-3 working day after receive payment|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||500 sets per month|
Smartwave tennis elbow treatment shockwave ESWT pain relief shock wave therapy equipment ondas de choque
Pnumatic ondas de choque Model : BS-SWT5000
A SHOCKWAVE is essentially a PRESSURE DISTURBANCE that propogates rapidly through a MEDIUM. It can be defined thus : A large-amplitude compression wave, as that produced by an explosion or by supersonic motion of a body in a medium which just a formal version of the first sentence.
No campo da medicina, as ondas de choque tem sido utilizadas desde 1980 para desintegrar, por exemplo, cálculos renais. Na terapia moderna da dor, a energia das ondas de choque é conduzida a partir do local onde é gerada - o gerador das ondas de choque - para as regiões do corpo onde existe dor, onde são aplicadas as suas capacidades curativas.
Como é que funcionam as ondas de choque?
As ondas de choque aceleram o processo de cura, activando podere e cura do próprio corpo. Elas estimulam o metabolismo e melhoram a circulação sanguínea. Os tecidos danifi cados regeneram-se gradualmente e, eventualmente, ocorre a cura.
Ondas de Choque Extracorporais
A terapia por ondas de choque extracorporais (ESWT) tem provado ser uma modalidade muito eficaz de tratamento. Esta técnica deriva da terapêutica de ondas de choque estabelecida desde há 20 anos no tratamento de cálculos renais. O seu poder de fragmentação acabou por proporcionar efeitos terapêuticos significativos em várias doenças musculo-esqueléticas.
Indicações em Ortopedia e Traumatologia (Declaração de consenso na Sociedade Internacional de Medicina de Tratamento de Ondas de Choque)
Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis can occur for no reason or be caused by too much stress on the tendon at the elbow. It can cause the outside of the elbow and the upper forearm to become painful and tender to touch. Pain can last for 6 months to 2 years, and may get better on its own. Many treatments have been used to treat tennis elbow, but it is not clear whether these treatments work or if the pain simply goes away on its own. Shock wave therapy involves sending sound waves to the elbow by a machine. It is not well known why and how it might work to improve pain.
Shockwave therapy for Tennis elbow is applied following a set protocol. The clinician will carry out a thorough case history taking which isolates the area that is painful and begins to understand the clinical history behind the condition. It is important to make sure that the condition being treated is actually a Tennis elbow related condition and is therefore treatable with shockwave therapy.
During the examination period a tender point where the pain is maximal will be located, upon which a water-based medium will be applied. This aids the transmission of the impulses into the desired area.
The probe will then be placed over the desired area and then treatment for your Tennis elbow will begin. At first the clinician will ensure the discomfort is kept to a minimum. After a while as the impulses increase little pain is felt. Although, more often than not there is some pain felt over the area of application. After treatment you should feel very little pain and this may last for a few days.
After then an aching sensation can occur. After subsequent treatments there will be a definite improvement in symptoms leading to reduction in the original pain felt.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy can be used to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions--particularly those involving where major connective tissues attach to bone.
Complaints involving attachment points for tendons and ligaments in major joints like the shoulder (such as the rotator cuff), elbow (epicondylitis or tennis elbow), hip, and knee (tendinitis or "jumper's knee) are common sites for ESWT.
One of the areas most frequently treated with ESWT, however, is the foot. This is our specialty. Some conditions in the foot that have been treated with ESWT include:
And as ESWT encourages bone healing , it has been used to help treat :