(as of Nov 07,2020 19:59:52 UTC – Details)
Heat Muscle Massager is a modality that has been used since the 1940s. Heat Massager is applied using the head probe that is placed in direct contact with your skin via a transmission coupling gel. Heat Muscle Massager has been shown to cause increases in: healing rates tissue relaxation tissue heating local blood flow scar tissue breakdown. Technical Specifications – Frequency : 1 MHz, Output : 15 Acoustic, Head : 3.0 watts/cm2 Treatment Time : 0-30 Min Modes: continuous and pulse waves. Available voltage: 110v/220v Main Unit : 01 Qty. Applicator :02 Qty. Power Cord :01 Qty Instruction Manual :01 No
Heat Massager can also be used to achieve phonophoresis. This is a non-invasive way of administering medications to tissues below the skin; perfect for who are uncomfortable with injections. With this technique, the US energy forces the medication through the skin. Cortisone, used to reduce inflammation, is one of the more commonly used substances delivered in this way.
The most common conditions treated with heat massager include soft tissue injuries such as tendonitis (or tendinitis if you prefer), non-acute joint swelling and muscle spasm. Most muscle and ligament injuries can benefit from heat Massager.
What is massager Dose? – A typical massager treatment will take from 10-15 minutes. In cases where scar tissue breakdown is the goal, this treatment time can be much longer. During the treatment the head of the massager probe is kept in constant motion. If kept in constant motion, the patient should feel no discomfort at all.
When Should Heat Massager to be Avoided? – Contraindications of Heat Massager include local malignancy, metal implants below the area being treated, local acute infection, vascular abnormalities, and directly on the abdomen of pregnant women.