Project Description

ShockWave Equine

Overview

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy System in Horses

A non-Invasive breakthrough solution for treating musculoskeletal problems, soft-tissue and bone injuries in horses. Used to stimulate healing so horses return to a level of full soundness and useful activity without recurrence of disease.

  • Preprogrammed treatment protocols specifically for horses

  • Compact and lightweight design

  • Control via 8-inch touchscreen

  • 5 heads for different treatment area

  • Overheat protection system with two powerful cooling fans

  • Pedal switch applied for much more easier operation during treatment

  • Easy to use, quick and simple set-up

Product Annotations

eswt extracorporeal shock wave therapy machine
eswt extracorporeal shock wave therapy machine

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Heads

eswt extracorporeal shock wave therapy handpiece with 5 tips

The ShockWave Equine is equipped with a lightweight, hand-held applicator that can be fitted with 5 shock transmitter tips, depending on the area and size of the tissue to be treated.

  • Application energy: 5-200mj

  • High shock frequency: 1 – 16 Hz / pps (pulses per second)

  • Bullet lifetime up to 3 million shocks

  • Extracorporeal shock wave therapy generation: electromagnetic

Screen Interface

  • 8-inch LCD touchscreen with user-friendly and simple interface

  • Preprogrammed treatment protocols specifically for horses

Technical Specifications

Frequency 1-16Hz
Energy 5-200mj
Bullet Lifetime 3 million shocks
LCD Screen Size 8-inch
Power 230W
Voltage 220V/50Hz,110V/60Hz

Packing List

Host 1 unit
ESWT Handpiece 1 pc
Working Heads 1 set (5 pcs)
Bullet 2 pcs
Pedal Switch 1 pc
Power Supply Line 1 pc
User Manual 1 pc

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Shockwave therapy has been successfully used to treat many soft tissue and bony problems, both acute and chronic. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Suspensory ligament tears, strains, and avulsion fractures
  • Arthritis, joint pain
  • Bowed tendons
  • Splints
  • Bucked Shins
  • Deep digital flexor tendon injuries, including those within the hoof
  • Navicular syndrome
  • Ringbone (High and Low)
  • Back pain, Neck pain
  • Muscle tears and strains
  • Ligament and tendon tears and strains
  • Improve large or chronic wound healing
  • Burns

No, there is no treatment that is successful in every case. Shockwave therapy is one of the most exciting therapies to become available to veterinary medicine in quite some time. It is extremely important to have an accurate diagnosis and a clearly defined area of injury in order to direct the shockwave to the appropriate area.

Demo Video & User Manual

ShockWave Equine Manual

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