Orthopedic treatment ESWT unit HP NHC 1118 LITO
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orthopedic treatment ESWT unit
orthopedic treatment ESWT unit
orthopedic treatment ESWT unit
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for orthopedic treatments
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Shock waves find an interesting field of application in the treatment of "trigger points" (painful points), muscle contractures, tendinopathies, etc. Shock waves can exert a stimulus towards tissue regeneration and repair, expanding therapeutic applications also to Regenerative Medicine. Wounds and sores that are difficult to resolve, loss of substance of post-traumatic origin (even in the days immediately following the trauma), as well as painful scars of various origins can be successfully treated. The effect is immediate and just a few sessions are enough. Also very useful in Aesthetic Medicine, Cellulite, Stretch Marks, Skin Laxity, Scars, Localized adiposity and expression wrinkles. In Physiotherapy, shock waves are used in the following fields: Orthopedics Rehabilitation Sports Medicine The pathologies on which to apply them: Elbow: Epicondylitis, Epitrocleitis Shoulder: Insertional Tendinopathies, Impingement Knee: Patellar and Goose Foot Tendinopathies Pubis: Adductor Tendinopathies (Pubalgia) Ankle: Achilles tendinopathies, Calcaneal apophysis Trochanteric bursitis Metatarsal Heads Bursitis Chondrocalcinosis Hip and Elbow Calcific Enthesopathy of Shoulder Chronic Epicondylitis and Epitrocleitis (Calcific and not) Plantar fasciitis (with or without calcaneal spine) Stress Fractures (Femur and Tibia and Metatarsals) (Radius and Ulna) Avascular Necrosis of the Femur Athlete's Foot: Achilleada Tendinopathy Peritendinitis Sudeck syndrome

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