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Shock wave pain therapeutic apparatus is a physics mechanism through the medium (air or gas) conduction of mechanical wave pulse pressure, produced by pneumatic pulse sound waves into precise ballistic shock wave, movement and positioning of probe through therapy, can happen to pain from a wide range of human tissue have good treatment effect.
Shock wave can change the chemical environment of the injury site, making the tissues produce and release pain-inhibiting chemicals. Meanwhile, shock wave can destroy the membrane of pain receptor, inhibit the production and propagation of pain signals. In addition, shock wave causes the production of endorphin, reducing the sensitivity of the injury site to pain.
Increase of cell wall permeability, stimulation of microcirculation (Blood, Lymph), release of substance P, reduction of unmyelinated nerves, release of Nitric oxide (vasodilation, increased cell metabolism, neoangogenesis, anti-inflammatory effect), stimulation of Growth factors (neogenesis of vessels, bone, collagen) and stimulation of stem cells.
Pain relieve and treatment for plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, shoulder joint tendon inflammation and calcification, groin pain, epicondylitis.
The patients can feel first effects directly after treatment, pain relief/ reduction after a few treating sessions, good treatment compliance.
Frequently Asked Question:
Q: How does Portable Shockwave Therapy work?
A: Portable Shockwave Therapy works by using mechanical shock waves that are delivered through the skin to the affected area. The shock waves stimulate the body's natural healing process by increasing cell wall permeability, stimulating microcirculation, releasing substance P, reducing unmyelinated nerves, releasing nitric oxide, and stimulating growth factors.
A: Portable Shockwave Therapy may cause some discomfort during the treatment, but it is generally not painful. Patients may feel a tingling sensation or pressure during the treatment, but this is usually well-tolerated.
A: Portable Shockwave Therapy can be used to treat a range of conditions, including plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, shoulder joint tendon inflammation and calcification, groin pain, and epicondylitis.
A: A Portable Shockwave Therapy session typically lasts between 10 and 30 minutes, depending on the area being treated and the severity of the condition.
A: The number of sessions needed for Portable Shockwave Therapy treatment depends on the condition being treated, the severity of the symptoms, and the patient's individual response to the therapy. Typically, patients will need between three and six sessions, spaced one to two weeks apart.
A: Side effects of Portable Shockwave Therapy are generally mild and temporary. Patients may experience some redness, bruising, or swelling at the treatment site, but these symptoms usually resolve within a few days. In rare cases, patients may experience increased pain or discomfort after the treatment.
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