How Ultrasound Therapy Works
The ultrasound machine works by sending an electric current through crystals found in the ultrasound probe — also known as the ultrasound wand. The probe vibrates, causing waves to travel through the skin to the body underneath. The waves transfer energy to the tissues to cause the desired effects. Ultrasound can also be focused on tissues deep within your body without affecting other tissues close to the surface. The frequency and intensity of the ultrasound, the duration of the procedure, and the area of its application all determine how ultrasound physical therapy is done.
Uses of Ultrasound Therapy
Ultrasound is an effective way to treat swelling of muscles, joints, and ligaments. Ultrasound can be used to treat a wide range of health problems. But, it’s most commonly used to solve problems in muscle tissue. The heating effect of the ultrasound helps to heal muscle pain and reduces chronic inflammation. Ultrasound also helps tissue fluids flow better — which means that more lymph passes through the tissues. Lymph is an important fluid that transports white blood cells throughout the body. So, in this way, ultrasound helps your damaged cells fight infections and heal faster.
|Relative Humidity||20% – 80%||Ambient||5 – 40℃|
|Power Input power||≤ 25W||Atmospheric Pressure||80 – 106kpa|
|Power||100 – 240Vac / 50HZ||Ultrasound Voltage||≤35W|
|Ultrasound Operating Frequency||1.05 MHZ±10%||Beam Style||Straight|
|Temperature of Probe||≤ 50℃||Output Power||≤3w / Cm2|
|Ultrasound Output||5.0w||Non-uniform Beam Coefficient||6|
Benefits of Ultrasound Pain Relief and Physical Therapy
While healing your body’s deep tissue, the ultrasound also decreases muscle spasms. Spasms and muscle tightness can connect back to the root cause of your pain.
Relax Tissue Tension
Ultrasound therapy can give your tissues the deep heat they need to relieve tissue tension. In fact, the ultrasound affects soft tissue cell metabolism. When the ultrasound increases blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids.
Increase Blood Flow
Get your blood pumping! Increased blood flow can help reduce swelling around the injured area. If you have a fresh injury with acute inflammation, your physical therapist can set the ultrasound to pulse. Instead of generating a heating effect, this gets your blood pumping to reduce your pain.
Ultrasound therapy can penetrate deep to relax deeper musculature or joint tissues. the machine’s soundwaves cause the body’s tissues to vibrate. This generates heat while increases friction down to a molecular level. Then, the targeted tissues rise in temperature.
Breakdown Scar Tissue
The acoustic effect caused by ultrasound therapy creates tiny micro-vibrations. These vibrations affect the fibres that cause scar tissue to form. Breaking down scar tissue can help increase your range of motion. It also helps you maintain that range of motion for longer relief.
Using non-slip, non-conductive and compressible materials. Design to have better better grip and comfortable to the touch.
Features timer setting, 5 adjustable power level and large backlight LCD display. Minimal user friendly interface.
|Working Status||Gear||Effective ultrasound
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