Aesthetic medicine ESWT unit INTELECT® RPW
for orthopedic treatmentstrolley-mounted

aesthetic medicine ESWT unit
aesthetic medicine ESWT unit
aesthetic medicine ESWT unit
aesthetic medicine ESWT unit
aesthetic medicine ESWT unit
aesthetic medicine ESWT unit
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Characteristics

Applications
for aesthetic medicine, for orthopedic treatments
Ergonomics
trolley-mounted

Description

Radial pressure waves offer a non invasive treatment solution for long term insertion and soft tissue pathologies. Local treatment of the affected area will enhance and reset the healing pattern, while reducing pain and improving function. With very few negative side effects, Radial Pressure Wave therapy is indicated for conditions that are normally very difficult to treat, and is now widely used for many therapeutic and wellness applications. Physical effects of radial pressure waves include: pain reduction (Gate Control theory), increased metabolism, as shockwaves influence the tissues on a cellular level, revascularization effect, where the renewed blood flow promotes tissue healing and regeneration, and muscle tone recovery. 2 Channel Output Connection Intelect RPW allows the connection of 2 handpieces for quick and efficient use of complementary applicator transmitters during patient treatment. State-of-the-Art Navigation Easy-to-use menu-driven touch screen technology allowing quick and easy access to Quick-link Indications, Clinical Protocols and User Protocols. Unique Optimal Energy Level Adjustment Unique ramp feature providing a gradual, automatic and smooth intensity increase during treatment Clinical Resources Intelect RPW includes a full suite of easily accessible references: graphics library of anatomical images and pathologies, a hand-piece placement image bank, contraindications...

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