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500 Unit/Units per Month extracorporeal shock-wave therapy (ESWT) for Orthopedics Sports
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aluminium carry case or wood case extracorporeal shock-wave therapy (ESWT) for Orthopedics Sports Medicine Rehabilitation Traumatology and Rheumatology
extracorporeal shock-wave therapy (ESWT) for Orthopedics Sports Medicine Rehabilitation Traumatology and Rheumatology
SHOCKWAVE THERAPY HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PAIN TREATMENT
SmartWave BS-SWT5000/5500 adopts extracorporal shockwave therapy (ESWT), or RSWT, which is a method for the treatment of superficial orthopedic disorders developed over the past 20 years. SmartWave BS-SWT5000/5500 shockwave therapy machine, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation treatments. Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy is a treatment that is used in orthopedics, physiotherapy, sports medicine, that can result in fast pain relief and mobility restoration.
BS-SWT5000 /5500SMARTWAVE Shockwave therapy is a new non-invasive solution for musculoskeletal pain. The extracorporeal shockwave therapy is frequently used in physiotherapy, orthopaedics and sports medicine. Applications are mostly associated with treatment of chronic muscular and tendon disorders, back and cervical pain. Most common indications include: painful shoulder, epicondylitis, low back pain, Achilles tendon pain, patellar tendonitis and trigger points.
Shockwave Therapy at The Sports Medicine Specialists Shock Wave Therapy (SWT) is a modality used for the treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, primarily applied to chronic conditions, particularly those affecting medium to large sized tendons and their insertions on bone such as:
From the view of transmitter, BS-SWT5000 smartwave has 6 different alloy made transmitters targeting to different depth and treatment disease.It includes DL 15mm, F15 mm, R15 mm, 35mm, 20mm, 6mm for optional, more for ODM) which covers most applications for physical treatments as well as aesthetics treatments.Energy levels from 1.8Bar to 5Bar, adjustable, stepping at 0.1Bar Frequency up to 22Hz, adjustable from 1Hz to 22Hz,stepping at 1Hz.
SWT has been available in Canada since the mid-90s but has recently been popularized with the advent of low energy SWT. SWT is an intervention that stimulates the body’s natural healing process. Additionally, SWT has been shown to have a direct effect on local nerve endings resulting in a decrease in pain. It is important to understand the difference between low energy and high energy SWT when considering whether you are an appropriate candidate for SWT and which type of SWT is most likely to yield positive results in the treatment of your condition.
High energy SWT or “True” shock waves are classified as short duration (approx. 10msec) high energy pulses (5-100MPa) that break the sound barrier resulting in a “shock wave”. Our high energy shock wave technology allows the shock wave to be focused directly through the affected tissue resulting in several effects:
Mechanical pressure and tension forces on the tissue which has been shown to increase cell membrane permeability thereby increasing microscopic circulation and therefore the metabolism within the treated area. This promotes healing and may result in the dissolution of calcific deposits.
The pressure front creates behind it a “cavitation bubble” which are small empty cavities created behind a pressure front. When the bubbles collapse they create a resultant force that has a mechanical impact on the treated tissue. This force helps to break down calcific deposits embedded in damaged tissue.
Shock waves stimulate osteoblasts that are cells responsible for bone healing and new bone production.
Shock wave stimulate fibroblasts that are cells responsible for healing of connective tissue such as tendons.
Diminishes pain by two mechanisms. Hyperstimulation anesthesia – local nerve endings are overwhelmed with so much stimuli that their activity diminishes resulting in short-term reduction in pain. Gate-control mechanism – whereby local nerves are stimulated to recalibrate perception of pain and result in longer-term reduction in pain.
Applications for Epicondylitis, Tendonitis, Biceps Tendonitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Lower Back Pain of muscular origin, Trigger Points, Plantar Fascitis, and aesthetic applications as Cellulite therapy, Stretchmark elimination, Skin tightening and body reshaping. It is widely installed for treatment target which covers: rehabilitation medicine, orthopedics, sport medicine, medical cosmetology, pain treatment (chronic/acute), dermatology, geriatrics, acupuncture (include Chinese traditional medic.
Shockwave therapy creates a controlled irritation in the area being treated. This changes the circulation to the area and increases cellular metabolism therefore initiating the body’s internal repair. In short, shockwave therapy activates the body’s self healing mechanisms.
Shockwave therapy has been shown to be highly effective in treating:
Calcification tendinitis (mostly in the rotator cuff tendons) Lateral or medial epicondylitis (tennis or golfer’s elbow) Plantar fasciitis Achilles tendinitis or achillodynia (pain from dorsal heel spurs) Shin splints Patellar tendinitis (Jumper’s knee) Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (gluteal tendinitis) Can also be effective in trigger point therapy and other tendon irritations (ie. ITB friction syndrome) There are generally 3-8 treatment sessions and a session itself lasts approximately 10-15 minutes, depending on the condition. Provided you have a clear diagnosis, clinical studies suggest that this type of treatment has an 80 – 85% chance of improving your condition.
Symptoms : There are many neuromuscular disorders, and treatment by an experienced multidisciplinary team, such as the one at Cedars-Sinai's Neuromuscular Disorders Program, is vital. These disorders result in muscle weakness and fatigue that progress over time. Some neuromuscular disorders have symptoms that begin in infancy, while others may appear in childhood or even adulthood. Symptoms will depend on the type of neuromuscular disorder and the areas of the body that are affected.
Some symptoms common to neuromuscular disorders include:
Muscle weakness that can lead to twitching, cramps, aches and pains Muscle loss/Movement issues/Balance problems/Numbness, tingling or painful sensations Droopy eyelids/Double vision/Trouble swallowing/Trouble breathing Types of neuromuscular disorders include:
Causes and Risk Factors Neuromuscular disorders can be inherited or caused by a spontaneous gene mutation; some also may be caused by immune system disorders.
With different tips, the BS-SWT5000/5500 shockwave therapy system can cover most typical applications includesEpicondylitis, Tendonitis, Biceps Tendonitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Lower Back Pain of muscular origin, Trigger Points, Plantar Fascitis, and aesthetic applications as Cellulite therapy, Stretchmark elimination, Skin tightening and body reshaping. It is widely installed for treatment target which covers: rehabilitation medicine, orthopedics, sport medicine, medical cosmetology, pain treatment (chronic/acute), dermatology, geriatrics, acupuncture (include Chinese traditional medical), etc.
Typical Indications: Radial and ulnar epicondylitis/Tendinitis of the shoulder / shoulder problems/Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder/ Status post muscular injury/Patellar tendinitis/Patellar tendinopathy/Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome/Achillodynia/Plantar fasciitis/Heel spurs (spur in heels)/Myotenositis/Myofascial trigger point therapy e.g. neck/Myofascial trigger point therapy e.g. back, muscular back pain/Sacroiliac joint syndrome/Trochanteric bursitis/Periostitis / shin splints (Condition after overload)/Dupuytren's disease/Thumb basal joint arthritis / rhizarthritis
BENEFITS OF SHOCKWAVE THERAPY:
clinical studies – success rate above 75%
shockwave therapy has a great input/output rate
non-invasive solution for chronic pain in the shoulder, back, heel, and elbow
shockwave therapy is a new technology with effects which have been medically proven
no anesthesia, no drugs
main areas of use: orthopedics, rehabilitation, sports medicine
WHEN TO USE SHOCKWAVE THERAPY
Physical therapy – using SWT in physical therapy is mostly connected to treating chronic muscle and tendon conditions, cervical pain, back pain, and trigger point treatment. When compared to traditional manual therapy, SWT is extremely effective. It reduces the number of therapeutical treatments and leads to long-term better results. Usual indications are:
Orthopedics – using shockwave therapy in orthopedics in focused on treating calcifications, painful exostoses, different tendinitis types, and slow fracture healing. SWT represents an alternative in many cases when surgery seems inevitable. Usual diagnoses are: