The PiezoWave2 is a focused-ESWT device used by therapists and doctors for the treatment of;
- Muscle tears
- Ligament tears
- Bone fractures
Using piezo electric crystals, the Piezowave2 produces high-energy acoustic waves which are focused to a shockwave at precise depths. The therapy source does not use a parabolic mirror or reflector plate giving it the title of the only DIRECT focused shockwave. This means there is no ‘bouncing’ of pressure waves ensuring;
- Maximum, consistent energy being delivered,
- More comfortable treatments,
- Better results in a shorter space of time.
Unlike radial “shockwave”, f-ESWT therapy source allows you to pinpoint damaged tissue, target this region and treat effectively with no impact on healthy tissue.
The linear therapy source is the perfect bridge between radial and focused ESWT. The shockwave delivered covers a larger area of 20mm x 46mm x 2mm (depth x length x height) whilst still maintaining the physiological benefits of true shockwave.
The therapy sources are guaranteed to 5 million shocks each (10 million total) is 10x more durable than any other shockwave on the market, making it the most cost-effective choice.
Why focused shockwave?
- Targeted treatments
- Stimulate new blood vessel growth (Angiogenesis)
- Stimulate biological, chemical and physical responses to promote tissue regeneration
- Induce calcific reabsorption in tendinopathies
- Promote new bone growth
- More tolerable treatments for your patient
- Only DIRECT focused system in the world
- Linear focused shockwave – perfect bridge between radial and focused shockwave
- 10x more durable, (guaranteed to 5 million pulses)
- Most powerful system available on the market
- Lowest noise level
- Precise and adjustable penetration depths between 0-100mm
- Smallest, most accurate focal zone
Conditions treatable with Focused Shockwave
Focused shockwave is clinically proven treatment solution for acute and chronic pain and MSK injury. Primary MSK indications for focused shockwave include:
– Tendinopathies (Achilles, Patella, Shoulder)
– Plantar Fasciitis
– Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome
– Tennis/Golfer’s elbow
– Ligament sprains
– Muscle tears
Bone and joint indications:
– Stress Fractures
– Delayed Union and Non-union fractures
– Joint capsule and labral tears
– Meniscal tears
– Urology – Men’s Health (Vascular ED, Peyronie’s)
– Osgood Schlatters and Sever’s
Focused and pinpoint therapy source
Choose between several therapy sources that give you the optimum penetration depth for what you need. No one-size-fits-all:
– F10G4 – (max. depth 40mm)
– FB10G6 – (max depth 60mm)
– F10G10 – (max depth 100mm)
Linear focused therapy source
– FBL 10x5G2 – (covers 20mm x 46mm x 2mm (depth x length x height))
Plug and play
– No need to wait for the device to load, as soon as you turn it on, it is ready to go
Only 6 buttons to control:
– Shockwave counter
Purchasing a Piezowave2 is now easier and more affordable than ever. With our lease purchase plans, ranging from 3-5 years, you can get your own system from £500 a month + VAT (20% deposit).
Benefits of a lease purchase:
– Fixed Costs – Lease rentals are fixed through the term which allows for effective weekly and monthly budgeting
– Tax Benefits – Leasing offers the option of deducting 100% of the lease payment as a business expense
– Early Payments – You can settle the agreement at any time and take advantage of a 2-3% discount
– Purchasing Power – Equipment lease financing allows the lessee to acquire more and/or higher end equipment, really setting your business apart from others
Return on Investment:
– Average rates for a Shockwave treatment session range from £100-£150 a session
1x shockwave session a day x 1 week = costs covered
– Packages of treatments range from £300-£500
Speak to one of our product specialists who can help you with pricing and your return on investment plan.
ESWT using/related to piezoelectric shockwave technology
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy for the treatment of lower limb intermittent claudication
Mechanotherapy: how physical therapists’ prescription of exercise promotes tissue repair
Manifestation pattern of the extracorporeal Shockwave therapy using mechanotransduction
“Compared to other shockwave systems, this is completely different. We are so much more precise with it, so it’s not so brutal. Out of all the devices we’ve used this is probably had the biggest immediate impact. One of our main issues is chronic scar tissue and this really helps us target that. Nearly every player who has been in the last few days has used it and we’ve had no adverse effects”.
Premier League Club, Physiotherapist.
Bicep Femoris Treatment on Eccleshill United Star Striker.
Many clinicians are faced with the challenge of having conditions which are hard to treat with traditional conventional methods. Bryan Kelly, from CK Physiotherapy, has been using the Focused Shockwave device to treat the more complex injuries such as calcific tendinitis and plantar fasciitis.
The ELearning Centre is available to PiezoWave2 customers to access training videos, webinar replays and marketing material around the topic of piezoelectric extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and customer login details.
What is shockwave therapy?
Shockwave is an acoustic wave which carries high energy to painful spots and myoskeletal tissues with sub-acute, sub-chronic and chronic conditions. The energy promotes regeneration and reparative processes of the bones, tendons and other soft tissues.
Is shockwave therapy effective?
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is an effective modality in relieving pain intensity and increase the functionality and quality of life in various tendinopathies such as plantar fasciitis, elbow tendinopathy, Achilles tendinopathy and rotator cuff tendinopathy. There is also successful clinical evidence for the application on bone injury, men’s health and ligament injury.
Is focused shockwave different to radial shockwave?
Yes. Focused shockwave is considered by International Societies, experts and to produce a ‘true shockwave’ whereas Radial produces a much weaker pressure wave, which is also backed up in the literature.
The differences in energy levels produced by each variation of shockwave have profoundly different impacts on the tissues. This is reflected in there being few indications for radial “shockwave” where focused shockwave can be used for much more as it stimulates cellular responses.
Is shockwave expensive?
It depends on which system you are looking at and what you want to achieve. Radial “shockwave” is cheaper than focused shockwave. Clinically, however, focused shockwave systems are considered to be more effective. Focused shockwave is also less painful than radial meaning patients prefer this treatment option.
How do I know which is the right shockwave system for me?
The important thing is to not rush into a decision. Where you can try as many systems as you can and find out more about the companies selling the systems and what support you will get.
The main things to consider are:
– Durability and efficiency
– Energy levels produced
– Indications for use
– Focal zone size
– Relationship between frequency and intensity
– Depth control
– Training options
At Physiquipe, we can help you understand more about which Shockwave is the right choice for you both for clinical outcomes and business development. Contact us and speak to one of our product specialists who can support you.