Baylis radiofrequency pain treatment system
Baylis radiofrequency pain treatment system is the only digital radiofrequency pain treatment system based on computer platform in the world, and it is also the radiofrequency pain treatment system with the most operation modes in the world.
Standard RF mode
Medical shock wave overview
Shock wave is a kind of mechanical pulse pressing strong wave conducted by physical mechanism medium (air or gas). It can convert the impulse sound wave generated by pneumatics into accurate ballistic shock wave. By positioning and moving the therapeutic probe, it can produce good therapeutic effect on the human tissues with extensive pain.
Key words: safety, noninvasive, no sequelae, wide indications
What is shock wave
It is mechanical wave and acoustic wave. It needs medium such as water, air and tissue to propagate. Its characteristic is that the pressure rises sharply to the peak value in a few nanoseconds. The extracorporeal shock wave pain diagnosis and treatment system, through the energy generated by the compressor, promotes the "bullet" to move in the "barrel" at a high speed, and impacts the "probe" to generate mechanical waves; then, through the medium such as coupling agent, the energy is transferred to the human body tissue, producing various therapeutic effects.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) has been developed for a long time. In order to study the clinical efficacy of ESWT on its classic indications, experts from various medical departments have carried out a large number of basic and scientific research, and concluded that the clinical biological effects of shock wave are as follows:
Energy release of acoustic boundary
Increase the permeability of cell wall
Stimulate microcirculation (blood, lymph)
Release of substance P
Reduction of non myelinated nerves
Release of nitric oxide (vasodilation, increased cell metabolism, angiogenesis, anti-inflammatory effects)
Stimulating growth factors (angiogenesis, bone, collagen regeneration)
Stimulating stem cells