Piezo wave therapy
Acoustic Compression Therapy (A.C.T.) is another name for piezo wave therapy. For the following conditions, A.C.T., a cutting-edge new pain management technique, provides a highly effective substitute for surgery and injections. Piezo wave therapy is an effective pain relief for acute and chronic pain for the following issues.
- Achilles tendinopathy and tennis elbow
- Syndrome of the iliotibial band
- Rotator cuff calcific plantar fasciitis
- Neck Pain from Tendonitis
- Shoulder pain
- Hip Pain
- Back Pain
- Palmar-plantar syndrome
- Knee Ache
- Ankle Ache
- Hurt Feet
- Jaw Pain
- Surgical Scar Treatment
- Hamstrings Tendonitis
- Precise deep tissue massage
Therapy for Trigger Points
Acoustic compression therapy is entirely safe, painless, soft, and non-invasive. A.C.T. treatments last 5 to 10 minutes, and while most problems improve after 2 to 5 sessions overall, additional time may be needed for persistent conditions.
A.C.T. doesn’t call for anesthesia, medicine, recuperation time, or high treatment expenditures. Chronic pain is successfully treated with acoustic compression therapy, which also helps injured muscles and ligaments regain strength and mobility. Over 20 years ago, Acoustic Compression Therapy was first used to treat muscle and tendon-related pain in Europe.
What is the Process of Piezo Wave Therapy?
Piezoelectric pressure pulses that cause a wave-like expansion in the body are referred to as A.C.T. The pressure pulses dissolve calcifications and scar tissue, boosting circulation and metabolism while allowing damaged tissue to recover.
The immediate impact of shockwave therapy on nerves may lessen discomfort and promote the healing process. For the body to heal from injuries, Acoustic Compression Therapy activates specific bodily organs.
Additionally, this therapy is helpful in persistent pain when the body has previously failed to recover fully.
Numerous conventional treatments, such as steroid injections, physiotherapy, massage, acupuncture, and so on, can help the body when an injury is still in its early, acute stages.
Traditional therapies, however, are significantly less effective in promoting the body’s ability to recover when an injury develops into a chronic condition. An efficient substitute for these therapies is the piezo wave.
For instance, many patients can recall when a cortisone or other steroid injection appeared to be successful in relieving pain early in the healing process, but that future treatments were far less successful.
Acoustic therapy is excellent because it is one of the few medical technologies that appear effective when an injury has progressed to a chronic, non-healing stage.
How does it Function?
The fundamental idea behind Acoustic Compression Therapy (A.C.T.) is a non-invasive treatment of acute and persistent musculoskeletal pain.
Acoustic sound waves exhibit a pressure surge with an incredibly rapid rising time, an exponential pressure decline, and a brief negative pressure period.
The Piezo Wave’s generated sound waves concentrate or grow in the target tissue where the pain originates. They result in better local blood flow and metabolism.
By promoting the body’s regeneration process, A.C.T. promotes healing.
The sound waves (low-energy waves) release proteins that hasten the healing process, like a therapeutic deep tissue massage.
At tissue interfaces, energy is released as a sound wave when the sound wave impedance or the tissue’s density changes. Where soft tissue, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and bones converge, impedance changes occur.
An A.C.T. treatment appears to generate energy that stimulates cellular reactions that release numerous chemicals and enhance blood flow to the treated tissue, promoting tissue regeneration in tendons, joints, and bones.
Cellulite appears due to the push and pull effect. Larger fat cells raise the epidermis and constrict the circulatory system, which reduces the passage of nutrients and waste products out of the body. Reduced exchanges in circulation cause the connective tissue to harden gradually and pull the skin downward.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy firms and smoothens the skin by mechanically disrupting the connective tissue.
It starts an inflammatory process in the skin that causes collagen creation, resulting in thicker, more elastic skin.
It also improves circulation by generating neo-vascularization (the root cause of the problem). Acute pain is released from the treatment site and the patient will experience immediate pain relief.
The skin becomes smoother, and the connective tissue’s flexibility is restored. Patients will experience improved tissue metabolism and skin texture that will noticeably make the skin thicker and more elastic.
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