Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy involves the use of high-frequency sound waves to penetrate deep into tissues, producing thermal and mechanical effects. It is typically applied using a handheld device that emits ultrasound waves and a coupling gel to ensure proper transmission. 


Pain Reduction: Ultrasound therapy can help alleviate pain by increasing blood flow, promoting tissue healing, and reducing inflammation. 

Tissue Healing: Ultrasound therapy can accelerate the healing process by stimulating collagen production, improving tissue elasticity, and promoting the removal of metabolic waste products. 

Muscle Relaxation: Ultrasound therapy can help relax tight muscles, reduce muscle spasms, and improve range of motion. 

Scar Tissue Management: Ultrasound therapy can soften and break down scar tissue, making it useful for managing scar formation after surgery or injury. 

Conditions Treated: 
Tendon and Ligament Injuries 
Muscle Tears 
Plantar Fasciitis 
Joint Contractures 
Chronic Wounds