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A small sound head is placed on the problem area combined with gel. The sound head vibrates, sending sound waves through the skin and into the body. These waves cause the underlying tissue to vibrate, which can have a variety of benefits as described below.

Ultrasound therapy sessions typically last no longer than 10 minutes. The procedure involves applying the gel and then moving the probe over the affected area. The heating and relaxing mechanisms help to alleviate muscle pain, while the increased blood flow to the affected area will allow more oxygen and nutrient rich blood to get to the injured area. This increased blood flow carries white blood cells throughout our body, which will fight infection, encourage healing, and remove excess inflammatory fluid. These factors combined make ultrasound a very effective therapy to treat swelling and inflammation, not only of the muscles, but also of the joints and ligaments.

• Deep heating
• Increased circulation
• Relaxing muscles
• Breaking up scar tissue
• Removing inflammation
• Micromassage
• Reduce muscle spasms
• Tissue healing
• Increased tissue extensibility

Common Injuries treated:
• Muscle strains
• Muscle tears
• Muscle spasms
• Tendonitis
• Tendinosis
• Osteoarthritis
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Non acute inflammation
• Chronic inflammation
• Ligament sprains
• Joint swelling
• Periarticular conditions
• And other musculoskeletal conditions