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ULTRASONIC

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What conditions can be treated?

 Ultrasound therapy is considered a mechano-thermal therapy through which continuous or pulsating pulses are transmitted.

 

 

  

  • Pain relief

  • Hyperemia

  • Muscle relaxation and spasm reduction

  • Myorelaxant

  • Analgesic

  • Improving blood circulation

  • Stimulating fracture healing

  • Accelerate the healing process

  • Stretching and increasing skin firmness, along with body reshaping;

  •   Reducing the excess fat layer;

  • Attacks areas of localized fat that do not disappear by classical methods (diet, exercise, etc.);

  •   Reduces cellulite;

  • It is a non-invasive procedure, so it does not require a post-operative recovery period. 

Effects of ultrasound treatment:

 Degenerative rheumatic pathology (arthrosis of the peripheral joints or spine), abarticular rheumatism (tendinitis, tendinosis, myofascial pain).

   Fractures and post - fracture conditions (some research  experiment  showed that for superficial bone fracture, consolidation can be accelerated)  or  may interfere with delayed callus.

   Contusions, sprains.

  Dermatological conditions, such as keloid scars; however, the application of ultrasound depends on the area  in which it is found.

  Retraction of the palmar aponeurosis Dupuytren.

  Other areas of pathology, only after a complete clinical consultation and possibly a paraclinical assessment.

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