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Ultrasound

What does ultasound do?

Ultrasound acts to send shock waves to the area being treated, penetrating through deeper tissues to stimulate a local increase of blood circulation and promote healing.

Effective in treating heel pain, plantar fasciitis, plantar plate rupture, Achilles tendinopathy.

Aims to reduce inflammation and promotes healing.


Similar to Laser photobiomodulation, ultrasound relieves trigger points and allows stretching of tight musculature.

Indications:

1. Plantar fasciopathy/ plantar fasciitis

2. Achilles tendinopathy

3. Muscle spasm and trigger points

4. Local increase in circulation

5. Muscle spasm and trigger points

6. Lymphoedema

7. Joint contracture

8. Diabetic neuropathy

Cold Laser

Ultrasound

Photobiomodulation

Stimulates cellular pathways for therapeutic effects

Shock waves

It never burns or causes tissues destruction

Safe, non-invasive and virtually painless

Works on superficial and deep tissues depending on the frequency

Works on deeper tissues

Indications:

1. Tissue healing

2. Pain control

3. Ankle sprain

4. Local increase in circulation

5. Muscle spasm and trigger points

6. Lymphoedema

7. Joint degeneration

Indications::

1. Plantar fasciopathy/ plantar fasciitis

2. Achilles tendinopathy

3. Muscle spasm and trigger points

4. Local increase in circulation

5. Muscle spasm and trigger points

6. Lymphoedema

7. Joint contracture

8. Diabetic neuropathy

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