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|AC110V 60Hz , AC220V 50Hz
16HZ Shock Wave Therapy Equipment,
ESWT Shock Wave Therapy Equipment,
Vacuum Shockwave Therapy Machine
Veterinary instrument horses equine shock wave therapy equipment for horse with 5pcs different size of tips
has become an emerging new technology for treating musculoskeletal problems, soft-tissue injuries and bone injuries in horses. ESWT is non-invasive, used to stimulate healing to return horses to a level of fully sound, useful activity without recurrence of disease.
Shock waves are commonly used for suspensory ligament disease, tendon disease, back pain, bone contusion, splint pain, tibiofibular fracture and scapular syndrome. For this type of surgery, the horse is usually a sedative and usually lasts no more than 30 minutes. The treated area is cleaned and a gel is applied to aid in the transmission of sound waves from the transducer probe. The transducer is then applied to the area and a high energy sound wave is emitted. The impact strength and the appropriate number of impulses are determined by the affected area. In general, the deeper the affected tissue, the more pulses and energy are required.
Currently, most racing jurisdictions prohibit the use of shockwaves within 5-7 days of the race.
In addition to proper rest and rehabilitation, shock waves can be a very useful adjunctive therapy in the case of many lameness and orthopedic diseases.
Shock waves have been shown to increase local blood flow with direct cellular effects and activated osteogenic factors. Direct cellular effects include; increased tissue regeneration, induction of new blood vessel development, and increased blood supply. It is also recognized that shock waves provide pain relief. The level and duration of pain relief has not been confirmed. Shockwave therapy is used to treat plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, tennis elbow, non-healing fractures and tendonitis.
Up to 80% improvement has been confirmed in tennis elbow and heel spurs.
How is the treatment administered?
While a veterinary clinic can administer ESWT to inpatients, most practitioners take the therapy to their equine clients. The horse remains standing in his stall and is usually lightly sedated to keep him from moving excessively during the treatment. A veterinarian uses a portable unit to generate high-pressure acoustic (sound) waves. The apparatus is held against the injured area (bone, joint, tendon, or ligament) for about twenty minutes. A typical course of therapy involves three treatments at three-week intervals.
have been successfully used to treat many ect on horses and other animals.
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