Shock wave Ultrasound
Shock wave device, based on the method of extracorporeal lithotripsy with specific parameters of pressure and frequency, aiming at reducing pain and dissolving the calcifications of the tendons.
An electromagnetic wave device, which achieves analgesia and muscle relaxation through standard programs for specific diseases or anatomical areas.
Electrotherapy: Provides analgesia and activates specific muscle groups.
Laser device: Creates favorable conditions in the treated tissue through biostimulation.
Therapeutic Ultrasound: Helps with analgesia, reduces swelling and increases cellular metabolism in the treated area.