Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound is a form of mechanical energy, and therefore, strictly speaking, not really electrotherapy at all, but does fall into the Electro Physical Agents grouping. Mechanical vibration at increasing frequencies is known as Sound Energy. The normal human sound range is from 16 Hz to something approaching 15-20,000 Hz. Beyond this upper limit, the mechanical vibration is known as ultrasound. The frequencies used in therapy are typically between 1.0 and 3.0 MHz (1 MHz = 1 million cycles per second).

Chattanooga Intelect Mobile 2 Combo

The Intelect Mobile 2 COMBO is a two-channel electrotherapy, ultrasound therapy and Combo system used with or without an optional Cart, allowing for the inclusion of a Vacuum module.
For combo therapy 5 waveforms are included for use: Interferential, VMS,High Volt, Asymmetric biphasic TENS and Symmetric biphasic TENS.
There is fully functional 1 and 3 MHz ultrasound frequencies and two channels of electrical stimulation output.

BTL Aesthetics Exilis Ultra

is the first and only elite device to simultaneously combine radio frequency and ultrasound to tighten skin and address body concerns. A simultaneous delivery of radiofrequency and ultrasound provides patients with a more affordable and clinically effective treatment.
The unique EFC (Energy Flow Control) ensures the optimal level of power is delivered to the target tissue at all times; energy is being monitored and adjusted in real time. Patients report minimal to none discomfort. You can literally resume exercising or return to work immediately post the therapy.
Controlled heating and cooling ensure that energy is delivered to various depths in the tissue without pain. Skin temperatures are controlled throughout the entire session for utmost safety.

Non-thermal benefits

Ultrasound technology can work in beneficial ways that are unrelated to its transfer of heat.

Energy that enters the body during an ultrasound treatment creates tiny gas bubbles that gather around the tissues.

These bubbles then expand and contract at a rapid pace, which is a process known as cavitation.

This can help in repairing any damaged tissue, such as scar tissue or cellulite, and loosening up the muscles.

Thermal benefits

Heat enters your deep tissues during an ultrasound treatment.

Heat helps to reduce pain, increase blood circulation, and allow for an easier stretch of the muscles.

The thermal energy produced during your ultrasound treatment can also loosen up tight muscles and tendons.

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