This non-invasive modality can successfully treat a range of orthopedic and soft tissue problems in both large and small animals.
Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that can speed the healing of many types of orthopedic and soft tissue injuries and conditions. It has been used in Europe in human medicine to treat tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff injuries, calcifying tendonitis of the shoulder, femoral head necrosis, non-union fractures, wounds, burns, osteomyelitis with draining tracts, myofascial pain and more. New research has shown potential applications in treating periodontal disease, infected wounds, and to help speed fracture healing and reduce the incidence of non-union fractures.
In the United States, shockwave therapy has been successfully used for many years in veterinary medicine to treat animals with both acute and chronic soft tissue injuries, bone and joint disease, and back pain. It is also used to aid in wound healing, with and without infection, and to stimulate bone healing, particularly in the case of non-union fracture cases.
Shockwave therapy is widely accepted in equine practice and is commonly used to treat many orthopedic conditions, both bony and soft tissue. Shockwave is quickly becoming more common in small animal practices, and the applications are still numerous. One key to success is an accurate diagnosis and a clearly defined area of injury so you can direct the shockwave to the appropriate area.
|Model||Grady Shockwave Therapy System|
|Power Supply||AC100-240V, 50/60 Hz|
|Compressor Type||Built-in air compressor|
|Weight||Approximately 18.5 Lbs. (handpiece excluded)|
Tendinopathy; Arthroses; Osteoarthritis; Back Pain;
Pseudarthroses; Muscle Trigger Points; Insertion Desmopathies and more.
|Features||Portable/ Reliable/ Affordable|