enPulsPro: Radial shockwave
The new enPulsPro interface is extremely easy to use and very intuitive. In just a few clicks, you are ready for your shockwave therapy.
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Modern technology and innovative design
The new enPulsePro interface is extremely easy to operate and very intuitive. The design of the display strongly emphasizes the optical intuitive setting of the parameters. In just a few clicks, you are ready for your shockwave therapy.
Zimmer MedizinSysteme has created something unique with this new generation of enPuls products. The new "Capacitive Touch Technology" provides a completely new user experience!
The ability to connect and use 2 handpieces with different transmitters increases the ease of use with the enPulsePro!
Unique and powerful technology
Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT), developed more than 20 years ago, is a treatment method for superficial orthopedic conditions. A projectile accelerating in the handpiece generates a mechanical pressure wave. This pressure wave (energy), caused by the impact of the projectile on the applicator, diverges and is absorbed by the body. The energy decreases with depth. The mechanical stress caused by this energy has positive effects on a wide range of Orthopedic and neurological conditions.
This treatment method is used by many therapists (Physiotherapists, Sports Physicians, Orthopedists,...) all over the world. The enPulsePro from Zimmer Medezinsysteme, has only advantages:
Softshot pulse technology
The enPulsePro generates a special form of shockwave with a relatively heavy projectile fired at a relatively slower impact velocity (vs; other systems): called,the "enPULSE softshot-pulse technology".
The energy is generated by the volume of the shock wave and not by the extremely aggressive short height of amplitude that we see in air compressor controlled shockwaves.
Unlike focused shockwaves, which produce wave rise times in less than 100 ns and therefore cause cavitation and tissue damage, we see that in radial systems, rather the amount of energy is the determining factor to activate physiological processes in the tissue.
The slower shock wave rise (approximately 13.5 µs) and significantly lower peak amplitude allow the enPulsePro does not generate the typical whiplash effect of a shock wave and thus is better tolerated by the patient.
Progression on pain can be conveniently monitored, by both therapist and patient, via the standard integrated VAS scale.
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