|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||CE , ROSH|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 PCS|
|Delivery Time:||1-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Name:||Equine Use Eswt Shock Wave||Frequency:||1Hz To 16Hz Adjustable|
|Energy:||5Mj To 200Mj Adjustable||Screen:||8 Inch Color Touch Screen|
|Function:||Horse Injury Treatment||Voltage Input:||AC100V ~AC240V , 50Hz / 60Hz|
|Transmitters:||5pcs||Classification:||Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy Device|
Equine Shock Wave Therapy Machine,
1Hz Shock Wave Therapy Machine,
Physical ESWT Therapy Machine
Equine Shock Wave Therapy Machine for Horses and Small Animals
What is shockwave therapy?
Extracorporeal shockwaves are high pressure sound waves used for therapeutic purposes. Shockwave therapy was originally developed to treat kidney stones in humans. The veterinary community has taken this technology and applied shockwave to orthopedic conditions.
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What conditions respond to shock wave therapy?
Indications for ESWT in small animals
Disorganized or delayed healing of fractures
Malformation of the elbow and hip (dysplasias)
Chronic back pain
Indications for ESWT in large animals
Inflammation of sesamoid bones
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Before any treatment, the horse should first have a full lameness exam/ work up. This can be accomplished by scheduling a farm call by equine field services. A veterinarian would come to the farm and do a thorough physical exam and observe the horse move. This is best accomplished in an area that is flat with consistent footing. Next, nerve blocks or intra-articular blocks would most likely be done to help localize the area that is causing the unsoundness. Finally, radiology, ultrasound, or a bone scan can be used to arrive at a diagnosis. Equine field services has a digital radiology unit and a portable ultrasound available for onsite imaging. However, the horse would have to be brought to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for a bone scan.
What is the procedure?
If shockwave therapy is pursued, a schedule of treatment would be planned using a unit that is portable and can be brought to the farm.
The shockwave delivers a mildly uncomfortable stimulus, so the horse is usually sedated.
The site of the injury is cleaned and contact gel is applied.
A probe that treats at the appropriate depth is chosen, and then 800 to 2000 shocks are applied.
Treatment is generally repeated at two to three week intervals for three to five sessions.
The horse should be rested for the first week after treatment, then gradually returned to work depending on the underlying injury. If unsoundness persists or the injury requires longer recovery time, the horse would be rested the entire time between treatments.
Some of the Many Benefits of Shockwave Therapy for Horses
Rapid Reduction in Pain and Decreased Healing Times
Works On Chronic and Acute Conditions
None Of The Side Effects Of Steroid Treatments - nor the dangers of further injury
A Great Alternative to Drugs and Their Side Effects
A Successful Alternative To Surgery as a treatment for horse injuries
Requires No Sedation, Medication or Anesthesia - one of the few horse injury treatments that require no drugs of any kind
A Quick Out-Patient Treatment For Horse Injuries
Available On-Site With Mobile Shock Wave Units
Virtually No Side Effects - which can't be said for most treatments
A Complete Course Of Treatment In A Few Sessions (the average treatment for horse injuries is completed in 3-5 sessions)
A Cost Saving Treatment For Horse Injuries
Most treatment protocols to promote healing of acute injuries involve 1000-2500 impulses, delivered at the target area once every 2-3 three weeks for 3 treatments. The type and location of the injury determines the energy required, the depth of focus, and the number of pulses the tissue requires. The horses are usually restricted to stable rest and controlled exercise between treatments. The horses are then re-evaluated. Post treatment exercise levels are guided by the nature of the original injury and the improvement seen with treatment.
Shockwave have been successfully used to treat many soft issue, muscle injury, tendon injury ect on horses and other animals. Equine shockwave therapy machine for horses
Advantage and Specification of Shockwave : Equine shockwave therapy machine for horses
Long lifespan acoustic wave applicator, support at least 2 million shots before maintenance needed
5 pcs Ti-alloy made applicator, can fully transfer energy to patients.
8 inch color touch screen, easy to operate.
Can continuously work over 20000 shots without break, so as to provide excellent treatment result
10 pre-set treatment protocols, and support user defined protocols
Energy from 5mJ to 200mJ, adjustable per 5mJ as stepping (equal to 0.125Bar to 5Bar)
Frequency from1Hz to 16Hz, adjustable per 1Hz as stepping
Product display :
|Screen||8 inch color touch screen|
|Frequency||1Hz - 16Hz|
|Transmitters||5pcs different size|
|Bullet||Strong bullet 2 million shots|
|Voltage||AC100-AC240V , 50Hz/60Hz|
Q: Delivery time?
A: Commonly 1 - 2 business days. If during public holiday it will be extended.
Q: Warranty period?
A: We provide 12 months warranty, handle 6 months
Q: How about packing?
A: Standard packing suitable for sea or air shippment
Contact Person: Han