Shockwave therapy machines

Shockwave therapy machines use vibrations to stimulate body tissues. Ultrasound delivers the waves to the body using a piezoelectric element, which converts electrical energy into kinetic energy. The vibrations of these waves stimulate the body's basic processes that cause an increase in blood flow, the growth of new blood vessels, and an increase in the circulation of blood cells in the area. These processes have the effect of helping to heal injured tissues, restoring mobility to the body, and reducing pain. 

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is a painless, non-invasive technique for musculoskeletal system disorders. They deliver a series of pulsed acoustic waves to targeted areas, reducing pain and helping the body to regenerate injured tissues. In addition, they improve blood flow and help regenerate new cells.

Acoustic waves reduce pain in areas such as joints, muscles, and tendons. They enhance the functionality and elasticity of the body - essential for people suffering from musculoskeletal disorders - while at the same time increasing local blood circulation, improving lymphatic circulation, reducing swelling, etc. The use of shockwave machines is indicated for heel spurs, epicondylitis, painful muscle spasms, plantar fasciitis, periostitis of the tibia, tendinitis of the Achilles tendon, etc. 

In, you can purchase state-of-the-art impact shockwaves machines, with treatment protocols, table, or wheeled ultrasound. In addition, you can find impact ultrasound heads of different dimensions, for application on different parts of the body and targeted point impact.

Gymna ShockMaster 500
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Ships in 4-10 days
Radial Shockwave Therapy Device Shockmaster 500 by Gymna Uniphy & Storz Medical with noiseless and vibration-free oil compressor & intuitive user interface.
Shockmaster D-ACTOR® 20mm
(tax incl.)
Ships in 4-10 days
Gymna Shockmaster D-ACTOR® 20mm for myofascial trigger therapy, muscle- and connective tissue, dissolution of fibrosis, treatment of deep-seated muscles.