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Shock Wave Therapy for ALS Stem Cell Therapy (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Treatment
Mini Shockwave therapy system Model : BS-SWT2X
SmartWave Shock Wave Therapy Equipment
Shock Wave Therapy Equipment, Radial Pulse Therapy (RSWT), ESWT extracorporeal shockwave therapy, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation treatment. A Non-Invasive Alternative to Orthopedic Surgery for tendon, musculoskeletal, soft tissue issues, non-union fractures to promote revascularization healing.
BS-SWT2X SMARTWAVE uses the latest electric-magnetic technology, without air-compressor, so comes with longer lifecycle, at the same time it can provide higher energy and frequency for better treatment result. From technical view, BS-SWT2X can reach energy from 10mJ (0.25Bar) to 190mJ (5Bar), adjustable at stepping 10mJ(0.25Bar). Frequency ranges from 1Hz to 22Hz adjustable.
From the view of transmitter, BS-SWT2X Smartwave has 5 different alloy made transmitters targeting to different depth and treatment disease.It includes 6mm, 15mm, 15mm unfocused, 25mm, 36mm,which covers most applications for physical treatments as well as aesthetics treatments.
Extracorporal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) for Morton’s Neuroma We use a type of ESWT called Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology or EPAT which has recently been shown to be quite effective when used in Morton’s neuroma. Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology uses high frequency sound waves that are directed at the neuroma to promote healing. The exact therapeutic mechanism of shock wave therapy still remains a topic of speculation despite extensive research. It is thought that sound waves damage tissues to induce microtrauma, which stimulates the healing process by attracting blood vessels and nutrients to the neuroma. The sound waves also inhibit pain receptors. Usage in Morton’s neuroma:
Mechanism of Action
Shockwave is an acoustic wave which carries high energy to painful spots and myoskeletal tissues with subacute, subchronic and chronic conditions. The energy promotes regeneration and reparative processes of the bones, tendons and other soft tissues.
Shockwaves are characterized by jump change in pressure, high amplitude and non-periodicity.
The kinetic energy of the projectile, created by compressed air, is transferred to the transmitter at the end of the applicator and further into the tissue.
Acoustic waves with high energy peak used in Shockwave therapy interact with tissue causing overall medical effects of accelerated tissue repair and cell growth, analgesia and mobility restoration. All the processes mentioned in this section are typically employed simultaneously and are used to treat chronic, sub-acute and acute (advanced users only) conditions.
New Blood Vessel Formation
Nutrient blood flow is necessary to start and maintain the repair processes of damaged tissue. The application of acoustic waves creates capillary microruptures in tendon and bone.
Reversal of Chronic Inflammation
Mast cells are one of the key components of the inflammatory process. Their activity may be increased by using pervasive acoustic waves.
Stimulation of Collagen Production
The production of a sufficient amount of collagen is a necessary precondition for the repair processes of the damaged myoskeletal and ligamentous structures. Shockwave therapy accelerates procollagen synthesis.
Dissolution of Calcified Fibroblasts
Calcium build-up is most often the result of micro-tears or other trauma to a tendon. Acoustic waves break up the existing calcifications.
Dispersion of Pain Mediator “Substance P”
Substance P is a neurotransmitter that mediates pain information through the C-fibers. This neuropeptide is generally associated with intense, persistent and chronic pain.
Release of Trigger Points
Trigger points are the principal cause of pain in the back, neck, shoulder and limbs. Delivered acoustic energy unblocks the calcium pump and thus reverses the metabolic crisis in the myofilaments and releases the trigger points.
What are Shockwaves ? Shock waves occur in the atmosphere during explosive events, for example during lightning strokes, or when airplanes break through the sound barrier. Shock waves are acoustic pulses characterized by high positive pressure amplitudes and a steep pressure increase compared to the ambient pressure.
In the medical world, shock waves have been used since around 1980 to disintegrate kidney stones, for instance. In modern pain therapy, shock wave energy is conducted from the place of its generation – the shock wave generator – to the painful body regions, where it unfolds its healing capacities.
In the medical world, shock waves have been used since around 1980 to disintegrate kidney stones, for instance. In modern pain therapy, shock wave energy is conducted from the place of its generation – the shock wave generator – to the painful body regions, where it unfolds its healing capacities
What are the effects of Shockwaves? Shock waves accelerate the healing process by mobilizing the body’s self-healing powers. They stimulate metabolic activity and improve blood circulation. Damaged tissue gradually regenerates and eventually heals.
Shockwaves work by disrupting and removing any tissue that should not be present, such as scar tissue, while simultaneously stimulating new blood vessel growth (angiogenesis) to the impacted tissue. As a result of treatment, tissue responds with better range of motion due to fewer restrictions and overall improvement in circulation to the area. More circulation and less scar tissue means better healing
Advantage and Specification of SmartWave:
Long lifespan acoustic wave applicator, over 3 million shots before maintenance needed
5 PCS Ti-alloy made applicator, can fully transfer energy to patients, double efficiency than 1st generation
Can continuously work over 10000 shots without break, so as to provide excellent treatment result
More than 38 pre-set treatment protocols, and support user defined protocols
Energy from 10mJ to 190mJ, adjustable per 10mJ as stepping (equal to 0.25Bar to 5Bar)
Frequency from1Hz to 22Hz, adjustable per 1Hz as stepping
Shockwave works as a direct myofascial release method and is used to engage the myofascial tissue "restrictive barrier" (tension). Direct release is achieved with shockwave as it can mechanically influence muscles. The physiological intrinsic oscillations of 15 to 30 Hz have been described by Nazarov & Gorozhani (1988) as important for muscular relaxation, blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. Travell & Simons (1983) and Shah et al. (2008) said these oscillations could led to breaking of Actin-Myosin-Links, whilst Mense & Simons (2001b) said shockwave could lead to the destruction of damaged fibers. All of which should reduce myofascial tension.
Application: Physical: - Sports Injury/- Rehabilitation ( also diabetes )/- Pain relief (Chronic)/- Body injury
Theory: Muscle treatment with shock waves (focused) was first seen in the 1990s (Kraus et al, 1999, Lohse-Busch et al, 1997). It was used as an alternative to manual trigger point treatment. The results of these treatments was reduction in pain, lower muscle tone and decreased muscle shortening. Shockwave moved into the treatment of myofascial syndromes started in the 2000s. Initially, radial shock waves (r-ESWT) were used for myofascial problems (Bauermeister, 2003, Gleitz, 2003), but focused shock waves followed (Bauermeister, 2005, Bauermeister, 2007, Gleitz et al, 2006, Muller-Ehrenberg, 2005). Shockwave has been shown to be effective in muscular treatments through various mechanisms. Studies have shown separation of fixed actin-myosin links by the input of mechanical energy (spalling) as long as the force is perpendicular to the muscle fibre direction (Shah et al, 2008, Travell & Simons, 1983). Circulatory effects e.g. improvement of blood circulation through reactive hyperaemia and angioneogenesis (Shah et al, 2008, Kuo et al, 2009, Wang, 2003) and dilution of vasoneuroactive substances as a result of reactive hyperaemia (Shah et al, 2008, Mense & Simons, 2001). Improvements in pain through pain modulation by the release of substance P (Hausdorf et al, 2008, Maier et al, 2003) and CGRP (Takahashi et al, 2003), release and synthesis of nitric oxide (Mariotto et al, 2009, Neuland, Duchstein & Mei, 2004), selective degeneration of C-fibres (Hausdorf et al, 2008), decreases due to the pain gate control theory (Gregor & Zimmerman, 1972, Wall & Cronly-Dillon, 1960) and reduction in muscle tone through biological mechanotransduction (Ingber, 2006, Jaalouk & Lammerding, 2009, Neuland, Duchstein & Mei, 2004).
Trigger point treatment can be separated into two areas: to alleviate pain and to permanently eliminate the trigger point complex. Shockwave trigger point therapy uses the concept of mechanical energy separating the fixed actin-myosin links (Travel & Simons, 1983), breaking of contraction 'knots' (Mense & Simons, 2001), improvement in local blood circulation through reactive hyperaemia and resolution of the ischaemia-induced energy crisis (Sikdar et al, 2010), reduced concentration of vasoneuroactive substances (Shah et al, 2008) as well as muscle relaxation.
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
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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), it is an analysis that no patients want to obtain. ALS is a gradual neurodegenerative disorder that results in damage of brain stem and spinal motor neurons and gives growth to painless weakness and muscle atrophy with few or no sensory symptoms. “Amyotrophic” stands for muscle atrophy, and “lateral sclerosis” means pathologic changes in the spinal cord that contain degeneration of the lateral columns where the corticospinal tracts are situated. Diagnosis of ALS is made on the foundation of a combination of upper motor neuron (UMN) and lower motor neuron (LMN) outcomes.
Weakness in the extremities, dysarthria, dysphagia, and head drop are of the first symptoms of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Approximately 75% of the patients present with onset in the extremities; about 21% present with onset in the bulbar area (muscles weakness of the mouth causing dysphagia, dysarthria, sialorrhea, and pseudobulbar effect.
Shoulder Tendinosis (with or without calcification)
Lateral & Medial Epicondylitis
Plantar Fasciitis (with or without Heel Spur)
Lower back pain (of muscular origin)
Trigger points (“muscle knots”)
prostatitis and erectile dysfunction
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