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Orthopedics Rehabilitation Tennis Elbows ESWT Therapy Machine Tendonosis For Trigger Finger

Categories ESWT Shockwave Therapy Machine
Brand Name: Smartwave
Model Number: BS-SWT2x
Certification: CE , ISO13485 ,FDA
Place of Origin: Shanghai , China
MOQ: 1 Set
Price: Negotiated
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: 500 sets per month
Delivery Time: Within 1-3 working day after receive payment
Packaging Details: Standard export packing for shockwave therapy machine
Function: physioptherapy
Application: Orthopedics rehabilitation
Color: white
Type: Focused transmitter
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    Orthopedics Rehabilitation Tennis Elbows ESWT Therapy Machine Tendonosis For Trigger Finger

    Orthopedics rehabilitation tennis elbows ESWT therapy machine Tendonosis physical therapy Trigger Finger shock wave machine


    Product Description

    Portable Radial Shockwave

    Model BS-SWT2X

    ESWT Therapy

    Radial Pulse Therapy / RPT


    Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Equipment, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation treatment.


    SmartWave BS-SWT2X / BS-SWTX models using a projectile accelerated in the handpiece, to generates a mechanical pressure wave, which is transferred to the human body by an applicator head and which radiates out in the tissue. The mechanical energy is absorbed by the tissue and decreases as the distance from the application site increases, and stress triggers reactions in the tissue that have a positive influence on a wide range of orthopedic and neurological conditions, thus get the result of pain relief, including acute pain and chronic pain reduction.



    Typical Indications:

    Radial and ulnar epicondylitis, tennis elbow
    Tendinitis of the shoulder / shoulder problems
    Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder
    Status post muscular injury
    Patellar tendinitis
    Patellar tendinopathy
    Achillodynia
    Plantar fasciitis
    Heel spurs
    Myofascial trigger point therapy on back and shoulders
    Trochanteric bursitis
    Periostitis / shin splints (Condition after overload)
    Dupuytren's disease
    Thumb basal joint arthritis / rhizarthritis

    Sports injury

    Myofascial trigger points

    Cellulite reduction

    Stretch mark elimination


    SmartWave BS-SWT2X / BS-SWTX models are the 3rd and 4th generation of Shock Wave Therapy products from LUMSAIL, since 2011. More than 5000 clinic cases and over 2000 units installed all over the world so far. SmartWave is approved by multiple health organizations in different countries.


    Advantage and Specification:

    • Long lifespan, over 3 million shots before maintenance needed
    • Ti-alloy made applicator, can fully transfer energy to patients, double efficiency than 1st generation
    • Can continuously work over 10000 shots without break, so as to provide excellent treatment result
    • More than 38 pre-set treatment protocols, and support user defined protocols
    • Energy from 10mJ to 185mJ, adjustable per 10mJ as stepping (equal to 0.25Bar to 5Bar)
    • Frequency from 1Hz to 22Hz, adjustable per 1Hz as stepping

    Orthospec – Smartwave Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) system is the ultimate solution for chronic orthopedic indications . The Orthospec was developed after extensive theoretical expertise and practical experience in the field of shock wave therapy, as one of its masterpieces and one of the most significant devices in the orthopedic field. When other therapies such as corticosteroids and conventional physiotherapy fail, Orthospec provides highly efficient results; it is a safe, non-invasive and rapid non-surgical method for treating resistant or nonresponsive orthopedic injuries, as well as chronic inflammations, reducing pain and increasing function level dramatically.


    Multiple Applications

    • Shoulder Tendinosis (with or without calcification)
    • Shoulder Bursitis
    • Lateral & Medial Epicondylitis
    • Patellar Tendonitis
    • Trochanteric Bursitis
    • Achilles Tendonitis
    • Plantar Fasciitis (with or without Heel Spur)
    • Non-union fractures
    • Trigger points (“muscle knots”)
    • Avascular Necrosis
    • Stress Fracture

    How Orthospec Works?
    Extracorporeal Shock waves are applied directly onto the pain source, resulting in analgesic effect. In addition ESWT induce multiple favorable biological effects such as: attenuation of inflation, vasodilation and improved perfusion, induction of angiogenesis, fragmentation and absorption of calcium deposits, tissue regeneration (e.g. Ostegenesis). The treatment protocol varies between one to several sessions, depending on patient’s condition, the severity of the pathology and the individual healing rate.


    The Advantages
    The Orthospec has the highest success rate of all medical devices available in the market today. It dramatically reduces pain levels, and enables speedy recovery from a variety of orthopedic ailments and disorders. Numerous FDA approved studies have concluded that ESWT treatments using the Orthospec show success rates exceeding 78%. The Orthospec is in use worldwide since 2001. The Orthospec focuses on safety, simplicity and ease of use. Medispec’s patented Therapy Zone™ is the largest in the industry and guarantees a superior treatment. Because of its compact size the Orthospec enables treatments in both a Hospital and Private Clinic setup. The low energy requirements and easy-to-use control panel make the Orthospec extremely safe and user-friendly. Since there is no need for anesthesia or imaging, the application of shockwaves is simple, fast, pain-free and economical.


    Doctors Benefits

    • Short treatment time
    • Portable and rugged
    • Easy to operate (no need of physician’s presence throughout the treatment)
    • Low operating costs (Minimal maintenance)
    • Fast return on investment
    • Outpatient procedures
    • No Anesthesia or imaging required
    • High success rates

    Patients Benefits

    • The ultimate alternative to surgery
    • High recovery percentages
    • Fast return to daily routine post treatment – no downtime
    • Non-painful treatment
    • Few treatments required

    Orthopedics rehabilitation tennis elbows ESWT therapy machine Tendonosis physical therapy Trigger Finger shock wave machine


    What is Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)?


    The disease was originally thought of as a disease of inflammation of the muscles attaching to the lateral epicondyle, the outer part of the lower humerus. More recently there have been in-depth histological studies, which show a different pathological process at play. The condition is now described by most as a failed reparative process.
    Histologically there is a distinct lack of inflammatory cells; instead the muscle tissue and tendon are invaded with immature fibroblasts. A lesser-known fact is the poor vascularity and vulnerable arterial supply in the area, which along with altered autonomic control of vasconstrictor and vasodilator affect the over all vascularity in the region.

    The mechanical forces at play in the region, both eccentric and concentric forces, lead to microscopic tears in the common extensor tendon. Coupled with compensatory mechanics due to altered shoulder and wrist mechanics and the poor healing response in the tendon lead to risk factors for developing and maintaining tennis elbow pathology.

    Tennis elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) often presents with pain, which may or not have some localised swelling over the region. The pain may be localised or radiate down into the forearm, with symptoms such as reduced grip strength or pain when performing gripping and twisting movements. Full range of flexion and resisted movements which use the extensor muscle group often result in pain.


    How is shockwave therapy applied to tennis elbow?

    Shockwave therapy for Tennis elbow is applied following a set protocol. The clinician will carry out a thorough case history taking which isolates the area that is painful and begins to understand the clinical history behind the condition. It is important to make sure that the condition being treated is actually a Tennis elbow related condition and is therefore treatable with shockwave therapy.

    During the examination period a tender point where the pain is maximal will be located, upon which a water-based medium will be applied. This aids the transmission of the impulses into the desired area.

    The probe will then be placed over the desired area and then treatment for your Tennis elbow will begin. At first the clinician will ensure the discomfort is kept to a minimum. After a while as the impulses increase little pain is felt. Although, more often than not there is some pain felt over the area of application. After treatment you should feel very little pain and this may last for a few days.

    After then an aching sensation can occur. After subsequent treatments there will be a definite improvement in symptoms leading to reduction in the original pain felt.


    Orthopedics rehabilitation tennis elbows ESWT therapy machine Tendonosis physical therapy Trigger Finger shock wave machine


    The tendons are thick, fibrous tissues that attach your muscles to your joints. Tendonosis (also spelled tendinosis) is a chronic condition involving deterioration of collagen (a structural protein) in the tendons.

    Tendonosis is caused by chronic overuse of a tendon. It can occur in any tendon, but most often occurs in the tendons of the:

    • heel (in the Achilles tendon)
    • wrists
    • elbows
    • knees (in the patellar tendon)
    • shoulder (in the rotator cuff)

    How is shockwave therapy applied to the area?

    Shockwave therapy for Achilles tendinopathy is applied following a set protocol. The clinician will carry out a thorough case history taking which isolates the area that is painful and begins to understand the clinical history behind the condition. It is important to make sure that the condition being treated is actually an Achilles tendinopathy and, as such, is treatable with shockwave therapy.

    Largely the study of exactly what happens during shockwave therapy is the topic of many research projects. Some proposed mechanisms so far that has good evidence include;
    Direct stimulation of healing (increased TGF-b1, IGF-1, increased GAG’s)
    Neo-vascularisation
    Direct suppression effects on nociceptors
    Hyper-stimulation (blocking the gait control mechanism)
    Increased NO expression
    Increase PCNA (proliferating cell nuclear antigen), collagen type 1 and collagen type 3
    During the examination period a tender point where the pain is maximal will be located, upon which a water-based medium will be applied. This aids the transmission of the impulses into the desired area.

    The probe will then be placed over the desired area and then treatment for your Achilles tendinopathy will begin. At first the clinician will ensure the discomfort is kept to a minimum. After a while, as the impulses increase, little pain is experienced.


    However, more often than not, there is some pain felt over the area of application. After treatment you should feel very little pain and this may last for a few days. After then an aching sensation can occur. After subsequent treatments there will be a definite improvement in symptoms leading to reduction in the original pain felt.


    Orthopedics rehabilitation tennis elbows ESWT therapy machine Tendonosis physical therapy Trigger Finger shock wave machine


    Shockwave therapy is a relatively new treatment option in orthopedic and rehabilitation medicine. The effect of shockwaves was first documented during World War II when the lungs of castaways were noted to be damaged without any superficial evidence of trauma. It was discovered the shockwaves created by depth charges were responsible for the internal injuries. This created a great deal of interest and research into the biological effects of shockwaves on living tissue. The first medical treatment developed from this research was lithotripsy. This allowed focused shockwaves to essentially dissolve kidney stones without surgical intervention. Today, over 98% of all kidney stones are treated with this technology. The use of shockwaves to treat tendon related pain began in the early 1990s.


    Orthopedics rehabilitation tennis elbows ESWT therapy machine Tendonosis physical therapy Trigger Finger shock wave machine


    A clinical shockwave is nothing more than a controlled explosion that creates a sonic pulse, much like an airplane breaking the sound barrier. The primary effect of a shockwave is a direct mechanical force. The exact mechanism by which shockwave therapy acts to treat tendon pathology is not known. The leading explanation is based on the inflammatory healing response. It is felt the shockwaves cause microtrauma to the diseased tendon tissue. This results in inflammation, which allows the body to send healing cells and increase the blood flow to the injured site.

    Shockwaves are used to treat many orthopedic conditions, including plantar fasciitis (heel spurs), patellar tendinitis (jumper’s knee), lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow) and shoulder tendinitis. Multiple studies have been conducted to assess the efficacy of shockwave therapy. Many have shown a positive response versus placebo treatment and others have shown no benefit over placebo. No studies have reported any significant side effects when utilized for orthopedic conditions. Contraindications to shockwave therapy include bleeding disorders and pregnancy.

    A technician places the probe on the area of greatest tenderness and the shockwaves are delivered over 10 – 20 minutes. Occasionally, patients will relate mild transient discomfort at the treatment site. Patients are usually treated with 3 – 5 sessions separated by a week. Between treatments, patients are able to perform all normal daily activities. Some patients report immediate pain relief but the healing response usually requires 6 – 8 weeks.


    Orthopedics rehabilitation tennis elbows ESWT therapy machine Tendonosis physical therapy Trigger Finger shock wave machine


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