Shockwave Therapy for Shoulder Pain
Shockwave therapy that uses high-energy shockwaves to help alleviate shoulder pain and promote healing. During the procedure, a device delivers these shockwaves to the affected area of the shoulder. The shockwaves stimulate blood flow, reduce inflammation, and encourage the body’s natural healing processes.
Shoulder pain may caused by :
- Arthritis in the shoulder joint
- Bone spurs in the shoulder area
- Bursitis which is inflammation of a fluid-filled sac
- Broken shoulder bone
- Dislocation of the shoulder
- Shoulder separation
- Frozen shoulder
- Overuse or injury of nearby tendons, such as the bicep muscles of the arms
- Nerve injury that leads to abnormal shoulder movement
- Tears of the rotator cuff tendons
- Poor shoulder posture and mechanics
- Support adjusting for energy level and strike times based on real needs
- Compatible with numerous treatment transmitter heads to fit different parts of body
- Economical and practical
- High power : 200W
- High current : 3A Max
- Frequency : 50Hz / 60Hz
- Easy changeable of gears
- Quick and easy replacement of different transmitters
- Easy to use and comfortable use
- Flexibility of holding the handpiece cable facilitates treatments
- Very simple maintenance method
- Durable and portable
How Shockwave Cure Shoulder Pain
- Shockwave generates high-energy acoustic shockwaves, which are focused on the affected area of the shoulder.
- When the shockwaves are delivered to the shoulder, they stimulate increased blood flow to the region. This enhanced blood circulation brings essential nutrients and oxygen to the damaged tissues, promoting the body’s natural healing response.
- The shockwaves also trigger cellular responses within the tendons and surrounding tissues. This promotes tissue repair and regeneration, aiding in the healing process of injured tendons or damaged structures within the shoulder.
- Users often experience reduced pain and improved function following the shockwave treatment.
Shockwave therapy can be used for various conditions, including:
- Foot pain : Plantar fasciitis and Achilles’ tendinopathy
- Knee pain : Patella tendinopathy (jumper’s knee)
- Leg pain : Hamstring injuries
- Hip pain : Rectus femoris and lateral hip pain with gluteal tendinopathies
- Elbow pain : Tennis elbow
- Shoulder pain : Rotator cuff injuries
Treatment Area’s :
How Does This Shockwave Machine Works :
A shockwave machine works by generating high-energy shockwaves that are focused on a specific area of the body. These shockwaves are acoustic waves that carry energy and can penetrate deep into the tissues. When directed at the target area, they stimulate increased blood flow, reduce inflammation, break down scar tissue, and promote the body’s natural healing processes. This can lead to pain relief, improved tissue regeneration, and enhanced overall function in the treated area.
This shockwave therapy machine comes with many benefits, including :
- Formation of new blood vessels – Improves blood supply and oxygen in the affected area, and is necessary to promote repair of damaged tissue.
- Release of trigger points – These are mainly found in the back, neck, shoulder, and limbs, and tight trigger points in these areas can cause pain.
- Reversal of chronic inflammation – This occurs when mast cell activity increases and assisting in wound healing.
- Breaks down calcium build-up – Calcium can build up due to micro-tears or other trauma to a tendon.
- Enhances blood circulation – Accelerates the healing of stubborn musculoskeletal in bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles.
The power socket for the shockwave machine is located on the behind of the device, where it can be plugged into an electrical outlet to provide power.
Out Handle Socket
Used for connecting and securing the handheld applicator or probe that delivers the shockwaves to the target area of the body.
Handle Front Part
To replace the transmitter heads according to treatment requirements, ensure that the shockwave machine is powered off and disconnected from the electrical source.
Handle Cooling Fan
The handle cooling fan on a shockwave machine is designed to prevent the handle from overheating during treatment sessions.
How To Use The Device :
- First, insert the connector of handpiece into the host power outlet which is located in the front of the host.
- Second, connect the power cord into host power port at behind of the host and then insert the plug another end of the power socket.
- Next turn on the power switch.
- Lastly, select the corresponding functional mode in the system.
|Rated voltage||AC110V / AV220V||Frequency||50Hz / 60Hz|
|Current||3A Max||Frequency Gears||16|
|Transmitter heads||7||Output level||27|
|Device size||370 x 300 x 200mm||Weight||4.6kg|
Precaution / Caution
- Do not use it on the same part for long time.
- If you feel uncomfortable, please stop using it immediately.
- Stay in correct posture, especially sitting and sleeping position.
Do not use massager if there are the following conditions :
- Tumours, lung tissue, major blood vessels / nerves or infection in the treatment area
- Epiphyseal plate, brain or spine in the treatment area
- Coagulopathy including thrombosis
- Applying immunosuppressive
- Joint fluid seepage or joint replacements
- Cognitive / mental disorder or poor sensory function
- Pacemakers or other implanted devices
- Open wounds
1 x Host
1 x Handpiece with cable
1 x Power cord
7 x Transmitter heads
3 x Soft tip heads
5 x Silicon rubber cases
Others: The tools for maintenance of the handpiece
Device comes with seven different transmitter heads :