About S W T
Shock therapy is a non-invasive treatment used in physiotherapy that is short and fast waves (faster than the speed of sound).
An effective vitrectomy shock for musculoskeletal disorders that involves high-energy impacts on the damaged tissue and helps to repair and relieve pain by applying high-energy sound waves to the body's tissues.
Most patients require several sessions of shockwave therapy, with each treatment taking about 10 to 15 minutes.
You should reduce your activity for a few days and have enough rest after the shock therapy.
Diseases that are useful in the treatment of shockwave therapy :
Pelvic floor physiotherapy
Many disorders in the pelvic floor include urinary and fecal incontinence, gas and constipation, uterine drowsiness, childhood enuresis, etc. All are due to weakness and dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles.
Pelvic floor muscle weakness can also cause these problems with aging and factors such as poor posture and repeated childbirth, even in young mothers.
In men, the prostate gland changes due to incontinence or excretion disorders.
In many of these disorders pelvic floor physiotherapy can be a useful and safe alternative and in many cases the first line of treatment worldwide.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy treatment is performed using devices such as biofeedback and specialized exercises under the supervision of a specialist physiotherapist.
This type of treatment is a new treatment worldwide, and it is according to newest treatments for people with these disorders.
For whom is pelvic floor physiotherapy useful?
Pelvic floor physiotherapy can be useful for men and women of all ages who may experience the following.
How does it work ?
Tacrotherapy is one of the top non-invasive treatment technologies.
According to studies at more than 3500 Tacrotherapy centers worldwide, tecar waves reduce inflammation by enhancing cell metabolism and facilitating the magnetic permeability of cell membranes in the muscular and articular tissues.
and facilitating the magnetic permeability of cell membranes in the muscular and articular tissues.
In damaged bone cells, the process of cellular regeneration occurs.
And in the skin cells, by creating new layers and improving the surface moisture, it reduces the transparency of the skin and reduces pigmentation.
And with increased cell permeability, it leads to tissue rejuvenation and has a surprising effect on reducing skin wrinkles.
These waves are also effective in analyzing fat cells by generating heat at 45 degrees Celsius to a depth of 9 cm in the target tissue, by increasing cell metabolism and heat.
Impacts of therapy: