Portable Electric Shockwave Therapy Machine Pain Relief For ED Treatment
General Introduction of Electric Shockwave Therapy Machine
A shockwave is defined as a wave with a rapid increase of increase of pressure within a very short time and then having a gradual decrease of pressure with a small negative pressure phase. shockwave is aimed at the affected area that are the source of chronic pain, the influence of the shockwaves causes to the dissolution of calcium deposits and leads to better vascularization. The after-effect is relief from the pain.
Shockwave has the following effects:
> Cellular: Increase in cell membrane transmittance by improving ionic channels
activity, stimulation of cell division, stimulation of cellular cytokines production.
>Reproduction of vessels in the area of tendons and muscles: Improvement of
blood circulation, increase in concentration of growth factor beta1, chemotactic, and
mitogenic effect on osteoblasts.
>Effect on nitrogen oxide system: Bone healing and remodeling.
>Improvement of micro-circulation and metabolism.
>Dissolution of calcified fibroblasts.
>supports the production of collagen.
>Reduction in tissue tension
Packing list of Electric Shockwave Therapy Machine
|power supply line
Advantage of Electric Shockwave Therapy Machine
1.By the targeted application of the shockwaves, stress to the surrounding tissues
is quite insignificant
2.The body not burdened by pharmaceuticals, except the short-term effect of local
anesthesia if used
3.The possibility of preventing the necessity of surgical intervention and its relevant
4.For some indications, such as tennis elbow, there is really no other effective
Contraindications of Electric Shockwave Therapy Machine
1.Application to certain tissues: The eyes and the surrounding area, the myocardium,
the spinal cord, the gonads, the kidneys and the liver.
2.Blood disorders, coagulation problems or the use of anticoagulants.
3.Polypus in the area of treatment.
7.Growing cartilage in children.
8.Therapy using corticoids.
9.Inapplicable on areas in proximity to large nerve bundles, bundles, blood vessels, the
spinal cord and the head.