shock wave therapy equipment physiotherapy and rehab plantar fasciitis heel spur

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shock wave therapy equipment physiotherapy and rehab plantar fasciitis heel spur

Mini Shockwave therapy system  

Model : BS-SWT2X  

Product Description

Shock Wave Therapy EquipmentRadial 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.

 

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BS-SWT2X has rich software, include: 38 pre-set treatment protocols, wizard-treatment menu, unlimited customized settings, customer profile management. From the view of patient's feeling, BS-SWT2X provides more comfortable feeling, thus even customer receive same dosage in treatment they will have better feeling (less pain).BS-SWT2X 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 from10mJ (0.25Bar) to 190mJ (5Bar), adjustable at stepping 10mJ(0.25Bar). Frequency ranges from 1Hz to 22Hz adjustable. best smartwave.jpg


From the view of transmitter, BS-SWT2X 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.  From the operation mode view, BS-SWT2X supports continuous output or burst output. For certain treatments, burst mode is much more effective and more acceptable for clients. From the view of user interface, BS-SWT2X uses high resolution 7.4 Inch touch screen with user-friendly knob to adjust parameters conveniently during operation.

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Heel Pain and Shock Wave Therapy Heel pain is the most common musculoskeletal condition that podiatrists treat. It is estimated that approximately 10 per cent of the population will suffer heel pain at some point in their lifetime.Heel pain is a generic term used to describe a number of conditions that affect the heel. These conditions include Achilles tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs and severs disease. The most common condition being plantar fasciitis.
The plantar fascia is a strong band of connective tissue that runs from the sole of the heel to the ball of the foot. Its role in the foot structure is to provide structural integrity and strength to the arch of the foot. Overuse of this ligament can result in micro-tearing of the ligament and chronic inflammation which leads to pain. In severe or chronic cases this may be associated with a heel spur. Pain is usually felt during the first steps after rest or upon rising. It may also be associated with long periods of weight bearing or changes in activity. If left untreated this condition can lead to tearing or potential rupture of the plantar fascia requiring surgery and months long rehabilitation.

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 Application: Physical: - Sports Injury - Rehabilitation - Pain relief (Chronic) - Body injury 

Shockwave Therapy (Heel Pain Treatment)
- Extracorporeal Radial Shockwave Therapy
Shockwave Therapy is a safe, effective, common, and non-surgical technology utilizing high-energy, short wavelength sound waves, called shockwaves, to treat tendons, bone and periosteum (the pain sensitive membrane on bone). Ideal for Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendinosis.

Shockwave Therapy is a series of high-energy percussions to the affected area. The shockwave is a physical sound wave “shock,” not an electric one. Healing effects include bone and tendon regeneration, increased blood vessel growth and a chemically induced decrease in pain and sensitivity of the pain receptors.
Research proves this modality is extremely effective for most near to bone tendonitis and more so than most of the alternatives. i.e.

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Typical indications:
  • Shoulder Tendinosis (with or without calcification)
  • Shoulder Bursitis
  • Lateral & Medial Epicondylitis
  • Patellar Tendonitis
  • Trochanteric Bursitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis (with or without Heel Spur)
  • Trigger Finger
  • Lower back pain (of muscular origin)
  • Trigger points (“muscle knots”) 
  • Prostatitis & Erectile dysfunction

 

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Heel Spur Treatment

Heel Spurs can be a reason for pain in the heel. Let’s get some facts straight about heel Spurs! Read below for some basic information on heel spurs and what you should do if you find yourself with a painful one!

What are heel spurs?

 
Heel Spurs are a build up of calcification on the bottom the foot. They are NOT related to foot posture. Although you may hear that you have flat foot, high arch, inverted foot, pes planus… There is little correlation between posture and heel spurs. There is also limited benefit of correcting foot posture with orthotics. Don’t be fooled with fancy tapes and expensive foot orthotics. It is not always indicated.

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Tips for Heel Spur Management

 

  • Invest in a good quality supportive foot wear
  • Protect the bottom of the foot with comfortable and soft footwear
  • If the pain recently started, take some rest and try to ice the area
  • See a physio to get some movement ideas that will help mobilize muscle and strengthen the foot and ankle

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Advantage and Specification of SmartWave:

  • Long lifespan acoustic wave applicator, over 3 million shots before maintenance needed
  • 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 from 1Hz to 22Hz, adjustable per 1Hz as stepping
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click-to-buy-button.jpg Patients with plantar fasciitis (PF) typically describe their pain after getting out of bed in the morning or after a period of inactivity. They state that the pain decreases after walking on the foot for a while. Most patients tolerate the condition before seeking medical help. Present conservative treatments for plantar fasciitis include rest, physical therapy, heel cushion, non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, corticosteroid injections, taping, orthotics, shoe modifications, night splinting, and cast. A fairly new method of treatment is extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT). Despite numerous publications and clinical trials, one orthopedic application of extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT), which still remains highly equivocal, is the treatment of chronic plantar fasciitis. The aim of this work was to determine the role of the extracorporeal shockwave therapy in the treatment of recalcitrant chronic plantar fasciitis.shockwave certificate.jpgshockwave (2).jpgivy smartwave 2019.jpglumsail sign ivy.jpg

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