The ultrasound therapy is used in veterinary rehabilitation and physical therapy, both for its deep thermal effects by athermal and anti-inflammatory.
This technique provides a therapeutic thermal and athermal mechanical stimulation that promotes healing of damaged muscles, tendons, joint capsules, ligaments and bone tissues.
Among its therapeutic effects it is also increased cellular metabolism and related enzyme activity, the enhancement of circulation, increasing the elasticity and viscoelastic properties of tissues, and reduced pain sensation.
The thermal effect of ultrasound increases tissue temperature, thus promoting blood flow to facilitate the contribution of nutrients and oxygen to damaged tissue. This effect can be used to treat certain chronic conditions or injury to the soft tissues.
Among non-thermal biological effects of ultrasound include the accelerated healing, aid in the regeneration and repair of soft tissues and in increased synthesis of cell protein, edema reduction, improved repair bone and reducing muscle spasms and pain.
The thermal therapeutic effects of ultrasound include all non-thermal biological effects and, finally, increasing mobility of joints, increased elasticity of collagen, decrease in muscle spasms, aid in tissue repair tendon and cure of certain chronic inflammatory processes and reduction of scar tissue.
Easy to use. acceleratesmetabolic function. It increasesconnective tissue elasticity. acceleratesthe healing process. It reduces pain.
1 bag. 1 PCUltrasoundvet 100. 1handpiece. 1 power supply. 1gel. 1 User Manual.
Frequency:1 MHz. Power:1.4W/cm2. Duty cycle:10% to 100%. Issue:continuous and pulsed. Outputs: 1handpieceØ42mm. Rechargeable battery. External power supply. Actual size:16 x10 x3.5cm. Net weight:440kg.