Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy is an ultrasonic procedure which applies ultrasound for various benefits. In this therapy ultrasound is targeted and delivered to specific parts of the body. Ultrasound hemostasis, cancer therapy, and ultrasound thrombolysis are the others methods that are included in this therapy. There are two types of ultrasound used, namely focused ultrasound (FUS) or unfocused ultrasound. In this method the tissue beneath the skin's surface is stimulated by using very high frequency sound waves, between 800,000 Hz and 2,000,000 Hz, which cannot be heard by humans.

Ultrasound TherapyUltrasound is mainly used to break down kidney stones and gallstones into minute particles which then can be passed with urine. They are also used in dental procedures. There are a number of devices that use ultrasound therapy, for example the Chattanooga High-Volt Probe Kit enables the clinician to provide electrotherapy to a specific trigger point within a muscle to relax a spasm and decrease pain to a specific area. It targets small areas and helps to control edema.

Ultrasound TherapyThe Chattanooga Intelect Legend XT 2 Channel Electrotherapy System is an advanced therapy system. Beneath its award-winning, ergonomic design is a sophisticated, versatile, user-friendly system. Intelect Legend XT offers a comprehensive range of therapies in a single, state-of-the-art unit. The easy-to-add modularity function allows the addition of two additional channels of electrotherapy or a battery module.

The Chattanooga Intelect Legend XT 4 Channel Combination System is an advanced therapy systems available. Beneath its award-winning, ergonomic design is a sophisticated, versatile, user-friendly system. Intelect Legend XT offers a comprehensive range of therapies in a single, state-of-the-art unit.

Ultrasound TherapyThe Chattanooga Intelect Legend Stimulator offers the clinical versatility of many higher-priced systems with multiple waveforms and digital electronics with touch controls. With electrotherapy, the current flows through the body from one electrode to the other and causes different physiological reactions, which are determined by the type and parameters of the selected current and the output intensity.

 

 

 

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