shockwave therapy machine, low price, good effect!

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From the physical point of view a shock wave is defined by an abrupt, nearly discontinuous change in pressure and by having a velocity that is higher than the speed of sound in the medium it propagates  A typical pressure profile of a focused shockwave used for therapeutic purposes is shown in fig. 1. Generally a shock wave can be described as a single pulse with a wide frequency range (from approx. 150 kHz up to 100 MHz), high pressure amplitude (up to 150 MPa), low tensile wave (up to -25 MPa), small pulse width and a short rise time of up to a few hundred nanoseconds.

the electromagnetic shockwave machine, which uses an electromagnetic coil and a metal membrane opposite to it. A low-pressure acoustic pulse is generated by acceleration of the membrane away from the coil due to electromagnetic forces. There are two construction types of electromagnetic shockwave generators. The first one creates a plane wave, which is focused by an acoustic lens. The focal point is defined by the focal length of the lens. The second construction type uses a cylindrical source which creates a cylinder shaped pressure wave. In this case focusing is achieved by reflection of the wave at a hyperbole shaped metal reflector. The two principles of electromagnetic shockwave generators are shown below


Top quality body massager shockwave therapy equipment with pneumatic system SW9

Effect

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 

10. Acupuncture points 

Pain therapy through that treatment of acupuncture points 

11. Painful trigger points 

Acute and chronic pain in the back,shoulder,neck,etc.due to permanently shortened and thickened muscles


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