Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound Therapy

During ultrasound therapy, the mechanical energy of the longitudinal waves deeply penetrates human soft tissues. Mechanical waves, absorbed by tissues, become thermal energy functioning as micromassage on the given tissues. The primary aim of ultrasound therapy is the relaxation of muscle connective tissues (ligaments, tendons, fascias) locally increasing blood circulation and the shrink of edemas. Through this process, healing becomes quicker. Ultrasound therapy efficiently reduces pain and muscle spasms.