190MJ High energy acoustic shock wave therapy equipment for body shipping
- Painless treatment without downtime after treatment.
- Targeted to solid cellulite treatment on arms, thigh, etc.
- Easy to operate, noninvasive treatment, and no anesthesia required.
- Visible results even after few treatments.
- Energy levels from 30 to 185 mJ (equivalent 1-5 bar), and frequency up to 22Hz
- Embedded electrical stimulation for skin tightening
- Rich built-in programs to facilitate treatment on different cellulite status
Cellulite is normally found across large areas and no one treatment head can do the whole area in one go. To address this your will often see the term homogeneously used .This means they moved the treatment head during the treatment to give an even number of shocks to each area. In reality this is easier said than done and so several different methods for applying the treatment have been used in the literature.
Cellulite is normally categorised into 3 grades (4 if you include no cellulite). The grades are important as several studies have shown patients can normally be improved by 1 grade (Schlaudraff et al 2014). The grades are (grade 0 is no dimpling even with pressure applied):
Dimpling when pressure applied
Dimpling visible standing but not lying down
Dimpling visible even when lying
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) and radial shock wave therapy (RSWT) have been studied and shown to be safe and effective treatment options for cellulite
Cellulite usually develops in different people in different areas, most commonly the thighs, buttocks, abdomen and upper arms, and if well enough developed becomes visible (often referred to as "orange peel" in appearance). Cellulite is characterised by an irregular, dimpled skin surface with thinning of the epidermis/dermis and the presence of nodular clusters of fat cells .
The development of cellulite is said to be related to various predisposing factors, such as biotype, heredity, ethnic background, body weight, age, hormonal changes, smoking, and genetic predisposition.
Four main hypotheses of cellulite development have emerged:
Different anatomical conformation of the subcutaneous tissue in women compared with men;
Changes in the biomechanical properties of epidermal and dermal tissues
Excessive hydrophilia of the extracellular matrix increasing interstitial pressure and causing oedema of the fatty tissue
Alterations in both microvascular and lymphatic circulation resulting in the often painful protrusion of subcutaneous adipose tissue into the lower reticular dermis, causing distinctive mattress-like surface irregularities
Focused/unfocused radial shockwave
30mJ to 185mJ (0.5Bar to 5Bar)
1 - 22Hz
39mm / 25mm / 15mm / 15mm (unfocused) / 6mm
38 treatment protocols with vivid guide
User Defined Protocols
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