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Shockwave Therapy

Acoustic waves generated by a shockwave trigger biological effects which lead to faster and
long-term healing and regeneration of tissue

Shockwave: How It Works

Shock Wave Therapy, or Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (EWST), is a
non-invasive treatment that involves the delivery of shock waves to an injured area to
promote healing. This treatment produces highly effective shock waves that initiate
biological regeneration processes at the cellular level.
Treatment involves technology that applies short, frequent, and high-intensity bursts
of mechanical energy (in the form of a shockwave) into soft tissue that is injured,
scarred, or contains adhesions, is painful, or inflamed.

Shockwave Effects on The Body

Acoustic waves (shockwaves) with high energy peaks interact with tissue which causes biological
effects that may include accelerated tissue repair and cell growth, analgesia, and mobility
restoration. All the processes are employed simultaneously and are used to treat chronic and
acute conditions.

New Blood Vessel Formation +

Reversal of Chronic Inflammation

Stimulation of Collagen Production

Dissolution of Calcified Fibroblasts

Dispersion of Pain Mediator "Substance P"

Release of Trigger Points

Types of Shockwave Systems

Electro-Hydraulic Shockwave

The oldest principle used in medicine is that in which the shockwaves
are generated by a spark plug, the electro-hydraulic principle. The shock
waves propagate in a medium (water) and are also focused in one place
by a parabolic mirror.

Electromagnetic Shockwave

In electromagnetic shockwave generation, the shock wave is emitted by
a flat coil or a cylindrical coil by electrical pulses. In the flat coil, a membrane is deflected which compresses a medium (water). The pulse
is focused by means of an acoustic lens. In the cylindrical coil, the shock
wave is focused by a reflector.

Piezoelectric Shockwave

The piezoelectric principle is based on a focus on pressure waves, which are produced by the electrical activation of piezoelectric
crystals. The piezoelectric crystals are mounted in a shell in such a
way that the pressure waves of each crystal meet in a focus.

Radial Pressure Wave

The generation of radial pressure waves is generated by the
collision of a projectile accelerated by compressed air or
electromagnetic induction on an impact body (applicator). Most of
the energy is transferred as a pressure wave into the adjacent
medium. The wave propagates radially from the applicator, with the
square of the distance the energy decreases.

Focused Waves

Treat deeper, wider, and faster with our uniquely

designed ellipsoidal reflector. High energy

discharges create low-intensity focused waves.