High Frequency Radial Shock Wave Treatment System
CE 1984-ISO 13485
WELL-KNOWN TURKISH PRODUCT
IN EUROPE AMONG MEDICAL EQUIPMENTS!
– User friendly touch screen
– Treatment parameters can be accessed easily and can be changed
Instantly while operating.
–Ready to Use treatment packages offers visual and written treatment explanations.
–Modus Eswt can be controlled over system screen, handpiece and foot pedal. When the system reaches the designated number of shots, it stops automatically or, can be stopped at any preferred moment by the operator
–It has a variety of transmitters designed for specific treatments.
– Hand piece has the capacity of 3000000 shots before any Maintenance required.
– Modus ESWT is portable. It can also be separated from it specifically designed trolley.
– Modus ESWt provides patient archive through its patient follow-up menu.
– Its software can be easily updated. – The pressure transmitted to the tissue is 5 bars – The device has USB/LAN connections
– Modus applicators can be sterilized with medical sterilization techniques. Even resistant to Ethylene Oxide and other medical sterilization chemicals.
WHAT DO YOU TREAT WITH RADIAL SHOCK WAVES?
– Plantar fasciitis
– Myofascial trigger points – Calcified tendonitis of the shoulder – Radial and ulnar humeral epicondylitis
– Patellar tendonitis
– Other disorders of tendon insertions – Activation of muscle and connective tissue
– Acupuncture shock wave therapy
A heel spur is a calcium deposit causing a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone. Plantar fasciitis, a painful Inflammation of the fibrous band of connective tissue (plantar fascia) that runs along the bottom of the foot and connects the heel bone to the ball of the foot. In both cases Shockwave treatment reduces the symptoms dramatically.
Probe RSWT – 15mm Power 2.5 3.5 bar MODE Middle (Fast) Shocks 2000 Interval 2-3 day Treatment 3 ~ 4 times
Off the shoulder
Calcific tendonitis of the shoulder a form Of tendinitis, Is a disorder characterized by deposits of? Hydroxyapatite (a crystalline calcium phosphate) in any tendon of The body, but most commonly in the tendons of the rotator cuff shoulder), Causing pain and inflammation. Shock wave therapy helps the formation of free Radicals thus results in the production of The pain, reduces bio–chemicals.
Patella tip syndromelo
The patellar tendon connects the lower pole of the patella to the tibia. Patellar tendinopathy (PT),Often referred to as jumper’s knee, is a chronic overuse injury of the patella tendon.5–20 minutes of shock wave application to the soft tissue in a total of 4–6 seance, Covering a 4–6 weeks of the treatment plan are considered to reduce the pain and complaints.
• Achilles tendinopathy
Achilles tendinopathy is a condition that causes pain, swelling, stiffness and weakness of theThe Achilles tendon that joins your heel bone to your calf muscles. It is thought to be caused byRepeated tiny injuries to the Achilles tendon. Shock wave therapy when applied to the tendonsIncreases movement capability in a fast and permanent fashion.
• Idiopathic low back
Lower back pain without sciatica, stenosis or severe spinal deformation (henceforth referred to as idiopathic lower back pain, ILBP) is common and affects people of all ages. It is second only to the common cold as the most common affliction of mankind and is among the leading complaints bringing patients to pursue since offices. The goals of management for patients Shockwave therapy decreases the pain, restore mobility, hasten recovery so the patient can resume normal daily activities as soon as possible, prevent development of a chronic recurring condition, and restoreand preserve physical and financial independence and comfort.
Lateral medial picondylitis
Tennis elbow and golfer elbow are sidered to be overload tendon injuries which occur after minor and often unrecognised trauma tothe proximal insertionof the extensor (tennis elbow) or flexor (golfers elbow) muscles of the forearm: Tennis elbow: reactive tendon pathology of extensorforearm muscle origins, causing lateral elbow and upper forearm pain and tenderness.
Caused by repetitive stress at the muscle–tendon junction and itsorigin at the lateralepicondyle. Golfer‘s elbow: reactive tendon pathology of flexor forearm muscles, causing medial elbow pain. Caused by repetitive stress at the muscle–tendonjunction and its origin at the medial epicondyle. To reduce the pain in both cases trigger point therapy is applied.
Extra Physiological Muscle Vibration
Vibration strikes applied to the desig nated area increases micro–circula tion and compression which helps theremoval of waste products and toxins. Also improves the secretion of serotonin.
1–35 Hz high frequency
vibration therapy Optional Vibration Shock
Renewed Modus Handpiece is lighter and more ergonomic
Producing more effective shock waves
Applying treatments will be easier and more fun
Durable aluminum casing
Easy to hold for long periods of time
Soft transmitters are designed to be applied to sensitive tissues. Concave surface can focus the
Shock waves on smaller areas.
CE 1984-ISO 13485
MODUS ESWT FACTS & FIGURES
Manufacturer İnceler Medical Sağlık Hiz. San. Tic. Ltd. Şti.
Power Supply 100 – 240V AC, 50/60 Hz, 50
Fuses 2 x 1 A, 230 VAC
Compressed Air Supply 1 – 10 Bar Internal Compressor
Frequency 1 – 22 Hz
Power 1 – 5 Bar
Operating Mode Display Single, Continuous, Burst
Classification EN-60601-1 Class 1 Applied part BF X5 MDD 93/42 CEE Class Ilb
Treatment Start / Stop Main unit button, handle button and optional foot pedal
Body Weight: 10 kg Dimensions: Height: 120 mm Width: 320 mm Depth: 390 mm
Operating Conditions Temperature: +10 +30 °C Humidity: 30-75% Atmospheric Pressure: 700-1060 hPa
Storage and Handling Cond. Temperature: -10 to +40 °C Humidity: 10-95% Atmospheric Pressure: 500-1060 hPa
Custom treatment rotocol