Using Ultrasound Equipment in Treatment

As a component of physical therapy, ultrasound therapy uses sound waves of extremely high frequency to deeply penetrate the skin and into the soft tissue of the painful or wounded area. It entails employing an ultrasound machine-attached hand-held wand or probe with a rounded head. The damaged area would be covered with a gel, and the probe head would be pushed in tiny circular motions over it. The vibration of the probe’s head causes the high-frequency (ultrasonic) waves to be generated. The tissue in the impacted area vibrates as a result of the waves passing through the skin. The warmth of the tissue brought on by the vibration has a positive impact on the

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