Ultrasound

//Ultrasound

Ultrasounds are high frequency acoustic vibrations that cannot be perceived by the human ear.

In the therapeutic field, ultrasounds are obtained artificially by exploiting the properties of
some mineral crystals under the effect of an alternated current electric field to compress and decompress itself, thus emitting vibrations.

Heat is generated thanks to the high frequency vibration and friction of cellular and intra-cellular structures.

  • Ultrasonic 1500

    EME-Ultrasound equipment-Ultrasonic1500
    • Desktop device
    • Graphic Display 240×125
    • 2 output channel
    • Frequency 1/3Mhz
    • 2 probes
    • Connection to electrotherapy
    • 100 stored protocols, 200 protocols storable in the internal memory and 200 more in the smart card
  • Ultrasonic 1300

    EME-Ultrasound equipment-Ultrasonic1300
    • Desktop device
    • Graphic Display 240×125
    • 1 output channel
    • Frequency 1/3Mhz
    • 1 probes
    • Connection to electrotherapy
    • 100 stored protocols, 200 protocols storable in the internal memory and 200 more in the smart card

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When must ultrasounds be used?

Ultrasound therapy is generally used to treat inflammations, tissue reparations, post-traumatic and circulatory affections and skin diseases, such as:

  • Osteoarthritis of the knee
  • Arthrosis of small joints
  • Peri-articular calcifications
  • Scars evolving keloid
  • Enthesopathies
  • Dupuytrien disease
  • Periarthritis of shoulder
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome in initial phase
  • Bechterew disease
  • Vertebral column hemilaminectomy post-surgery after-effects
  • Calcaneal spur syndrome
  • Sinding Larsen-Johanson syndrome
  • Fracture outcomes with consolidation delay
  • PEFS (cellulite)
  • Osteoarthritis of the spine
  • Bursitis
  • Neck and arm pain
  • Muscular hematomas
  • Lower limbs
  • Hip Periarthritis;
  • Sciatic neuralgias and neurite
  • Spondyloarthritis
  • Tendinitis
  • Varicose ulcers
  • Tendinosis
  • Osgood-Schlatter syndrome