Exhaustive indication lists and patient database additionally simplify ultrasound therapy
Colour display with Touchscreen
Intuitive PHYSIOMED one-button operation and comprehensive overview of the therapy parameters
Continuous or pulsed energy output
(duty cycles 10…100 %)
PHYSIOMED ultrasound therapy units enable you to start therapy with maximum speed and ease: direct selection, over the indication index or program memory. During treatment you have an overview of all parameters. With decades of proven use, PHYSIOMED one-button operation permits fast intuitive control.
Exhaustive indication lists and patient database additionally simplify ultrasound therapy. Choose between ergonomically designed transducers with surface areas of 1 / 3 / 5 / 8 cm2, which are also suitable for subaqueous treatment. Along with continuous or pulsed energy output (duty cycles [10…100 %]), optical and acoustic coupling controls ensure efficient therapy.
The ergonomic ultrasound transducers offer maximum safety and reliability in terms of power output. They allow for 1 and 3 MHz ultrasound in an extremely durable transducer and are also suitable for subaqueous treatment.
Ultrasound therapy, along with stimulation current, is one of the popular treatment forms of physical therapy. Therapeutic ultrasound will be used, with the frequency 1 MHz or 3 MHz, as continuous echo or pulse echo. Due to its complex effects ultrasound therapy is classified as mechanical thermal therapy.
Depending on therapy parameters (therapy frequency, echo type, dose, therapy duration and mode) a thermal effect comes from ultrasound therapy (thermal growth and reflecting from barriers to the tissue, for example, bones or joints) or a micro massage in the treated tissue segments is in the foreground.
The effects of the ultrasound therapy can be summarized as the following:
Ultrasound will be reflected by air so, for the optimum conduction of the ultrasonic waves from the transducer to the tissue, you should use a coupling agent (ultrasound gel) or connect under water (sub-aqua).
Ultrasound therapy is beneficial within a broad range of applications, including, but not limited to: