A modern and effective device for control of chronic pain associated with musculoskeletal system.
3-4 treatments with a 1-week breaks are sufficient
Therapeutic session takes only about 10 minutes
Principle of operation:
Shock waves are acoustic waves conveying the energy to painful sites in musculoskeletal system and tendons with the subacute, subchronic nd chronic states.
Decreased muscle tone, inhibition of contractions congestion is one of the fundamental effects of shock wave therapy. It ensures better nourishment of tense muscles their ligaments. Moreover, also weakening of pathological reactions between muscle proteins and myosin occurs.
Increased dispersion of substance P activity of substance P (mediator of pain and growth factor) leads to the stimulation of nociceptive afferent fibers, it increases the development of edema and secretion of histamine. The dispersion of P substance reduces pain in the particular area and reduces the risk of swelling increase.
2.Acceleration of healing:
Increased collagen production, production of sufficient amount of collagen is a necessary precondition in the process of reconstruction of damaged of the musculoskeletal tissues and ligamentous structures.
SWT technology stimulates the production of collagen in the deeper tissue.
Increased metabolism and microcirculation SWT technology accelerates removal of nociceptive metabolites, increases oxygenation and improves supply of the damaged tissue with the source of energy. It supports removing histamine, lactic acid and other irritants - mostly acidic ones.
Dissolution of calcified fibroblasts SWT technology dissolves calcified fibroblasts and starts a biochemical process of descaling calcification of primary and secondary symptoms of joint osteoarthritis.
The most common indications:
- painful shoulder
- tennis elbow
- pain inside your wrist
- pain within the groin
- jumper's knee (patellar tendonitis)
- tibial syndrome
- pain in the femoral attachment
- pain in the achilles tendon
- calcanean spur
- trigger points
- chronic enzymopathies