2018 Best Shockwave Therapy Equipment for Sale

Shock wave therapy machine a non-invasive for body pain relief

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Shock wave therapy is An innovative method for treating pain, The treatment is non-surgical and non-invasive. This quick, effective procedure harnesses intense but very short energy waves to heal many chronic painful orthopedic conditions. Adopt 3 size tips for all joint pain relief in different body parts, frequency 1-21Hz, enable to reach to 8cm subcutaneously, to apply on Periosteal and create heat,instant temperature reach to 43℃,at the same time,improve blood circulation.

Shockwave Therapy Benefits:

- Non-Surgical 

- No Side Effects 

- Accelerated Healing 

- Ease Of Use 

- Affordable 


How shockwave therapy really works?

Shockwave therapy machine accelerates the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism and enhancing blood circulation to regenerate damaged tissue. Strong energy pulses are applied to the affected area. These pulses occur for short periods of time, creating micro-cavitation bubbles that expand and burst. The force created by these bubbles penetrates tissue and stimulates cells in the body that are responsible for bone and connective tissue healing. In many instances, shockwave therapy is most effective in cases where the human body has not been able to heal itself on its own.Shockwave is a modern and highly effective treatment method: high-energy sound waves are introduced into the painful areas of the body. By this way, pathological alterations of tendons, ligaments, capsules, muscles and bones can be eliminated systematically.


Shockwave is effective for these common forms of tendonitis, including:

- Plantar fasciitis (also called heel spurs)

Inflammation of the connective tissue on the bottom of the foot. It is more likely to occur if you are overweight, if you walk a lot or stand on hard surfaces, if you walk or run for exercise or if you have very flat feet or very high arches. The condition starts gradually with mild pain. Without treatment, it can become more severe, with acute pain in the first steps after waking and after exercise.

- Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)

Degeneration of the tendon that attaches the outer side of the elbow to the muscles that extend or lift the wrist and hand. It is occurs with repetitive use of the forearm muscles, so it strikes workers as well as athletes. The pain can progress to a severe, burning feeling on the outside of the elbow and is exacerbated by gripping or lifting even very light objects. The pain can radiate to the forearm.

- Achilles tendonitis

Inflammation of the tendon that connects the heel bone to the calf muscles. The Achilles tendon is the largest and strongest in the human body, and also the one most frequently ruptured. Achilles tendonitis can be brought on by runners who rapidly increase their mileage or speed and exercisers who add hill running or stair climbing to their routine. The pain starts off mildly and gradually worsens. Sufferers can feel tenderness in the lower leg in the morning, stiffness and swelling.

- Patellar tendonitis (jumper's knee)

Inflammation of the tendon that connects the quadriceps muscles to the shin bone. It is more common among athletes who jump, including basketball and volleyball players. The pain, just below the kneecap, is often sudden, occurring just after working out, landing from a jump or going up or down stairs.

- Supraspinatus tendonitis (rotator cuff tendonitis)

Inflammation of the tendon that connects the upper bone of the arm to the shoulder. Symptoms include shoulder pain, especially with movement and at night, weakness in the arm and shoulder, and a snapping sensation in the shoulder with movement tenderness.

SW9_04.jpgShockwave machine applications:

1. Tennis elbow
Painful inflammation of the tendon attachment on the lateral elbow

2. Shoulder pain with or without calcification
Painful limitation of shoulder movement
3. Golfer’s elbow
Painful inflammation of the tendon attachment on the medial elbow
4. Bursitis trochanterica
Painful periostitis of the hip
5. Patella tip syndrome
Inflammation of the tibial edge due to excessive strain
6. Tibial edge syndrome
Inflammation of the tibial edge due to excessive strain
7. Achillodynia
Painful irritation of the achilles tendon
8. Painful heel
Painful,mostly chronic inflammation of the heel
9. Inflammation of the tendon attachment
Painful inflammation of tendon attachments due to overexertion or improper strain,or due to degenerative processes


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