Ultrasound Machines, Electrotherapy Machines, Interferential Units & Laser/Light Therapy Units

Ultrasound machines and electrotherapy units offer chiropractors and physical therapists an alternative technique to promote healing and reduce muscle soreness in their practices. Chiropractic ultrasound therapy has proven effective in treating back and neck pain, muscle strains, and discomfort associated with conditions like osteoarthritis. Scriphessco.com proudly offers a comprehensive selection of easy-to-use and accurate ultrasound machines, portable ultrasound devices, laser and light therapy equipment, combination machines, and interferential units at the best prices guaranteed. Shop for your ultrasound therapy machines and accompanying ultrasound accessory requirements with our flat rate shipping, exceptional service, and Price Match Guarantee.

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What is an ultrasound machine used for in a chiropractic setting?

While you may be more familiar with ultrasound in the context of diagnostic and pregnancy imaging, chiropractors and physical therapists use ultrasound units for pain treatment; different ultrasound techniques exist for different conditions. Chiropractic ultrasound therapy usually deals with back and neck pain, muscle strains, and arthritis. Moreover, physical exercises meant to increase mobility and range of motion can lead to sore muscles. Generally, ultrasound therapy in a chiropractic setting supports the body's natural healing capabilities and reduces muscle soreness.

How does an ultrasound machine work?

An ultrasound machine produces ultrasound waves by means of a piezoelectric transducer. The ultrasonic vibrations that are produced are then transmitted through soft tissue with the help of a conductive gel. This gel, also known as ultrasound gel, keeps air pockets from forming between the skin and the head of the transducer, helping the sound waves penetrate the skin evenly as the wand is moved around the treated area. Ultrasound procedures usually last between 5 to 10 minutes and the patient can feel a mild pulsating or slight warmth, but no discomfort should occur. Make sure you never use ultrasound machines or other electrotherapy devices over open wounds or near a pacemaker.

What is ultrasound therapy used for?

Low power ultrasound was initially used to treat tendinitis and bursitis but the approved applications nowadays cover several types of chronic pain, muscle spasms, and tissue injuries. It is usually recommended for carpal tunnel syndrome, joint tightness, ligament injuries, and shoulder pain. Therapeutic ultrasound can also be used to dissolve blood clots, destroy tumors, or even deliver drugs to certain places in the body.

What are the different types of ultrasound machines?

  • Interferential units deliver a very high-frequency massage that treats chronic pain associated with injuries, trauma, or surgery. Interferential current therapy (ICT or IFC) is the most widely used type of electrotherapy treatment nowadays.
  • Ultrasound diathermy units generate deep heat in the body tissues and are generally used to treat joint contractures and muscle spasms.
  • High-voltage electrotherapy units are commonly used in acute injuries that involve bleeding or swelling, to promote wound healing, edema reduction, and pain relief. High-voltage pulsed galvanic stimulation (HVPGS) is particularly useful for treating diabetic feet and carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Low voltage electrotherapy units commonly stimulate enervated and denervated muscles but they can also be used for iontophoresis, medical galvanism, and electrodiagnostic procedures.
  • Lasers & light therapy machines can be used to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions in a non-invasive way. Low-level laser therapy may also act as an anti-inflammatory agent, accelerating the repair of connective tissues.
  • Electrotherapy combination units bring together the benefits and applications of TENS, EMS, microcurrent, and interferential therapy.

Can you buy an ultrasound machine for home use?

Professional electrotherapy devices should only be operated by doctors and therapists that have been trained to use them and they require a prescription if you want to purchase them for home use. However, you can buy an easy-to-use portable ultrasound machine without any problems. Such a small electrotherapy machine can also be used at sporting events, small clinics, or as a second office unit.

What accessories do I need for ultrasound therapy?

Ultrasound machines usually come with everything they need to operate but it is always a good idea to stock up on conductivity gels. Other accessories that might come in handy include power adapters, ultrasound applicators, shoulder bags for portable ultrasound machines, disposable probe covers, and rechargeable batteries.

Where can I buy an ultrasound machine?

Scriphessco.com offers ultrasound machines of all types and sizes, equally suitable for clinic offices, therapists on the go, and home users. You can get interferential units, portable ultrasound units, light therapy devices, versatile combo units, ultrasound diathermy machines, as well as low- and high-voltage units for ultrasound therapy.

How a Home Ultrasound Machine Could Benefit You

Many people have chronic pain. If you do not want to risk addiction to prescription pain relievers or are unable to take pain relief medications, a portable ultrasound machine at home may help relieve your symptoms. Ultrasound refers to wavelengths of energy that you cannot see or hear. They are therapeutic in how they affect soft tissues. Here is what you need to know about having an ultrasound therapy machine at home and how it could help you.

What Therapeutic Ultrasound Therapy Is

Therapeutic ultrasound therapy refers to the use of ultrasound energy on a particular part of your body that is causing you pain. The idea behind it is the wavelengths of energy are able to stimulate better circulation to your soft tissues. The improved circulation promotes blood flow and healing to injured areas that cause chronic pain. The circulation also lessens swelling. The wavelengths range from 800,000 Hz to 2,000,000 Hz, and they are applied to your skin with the use of a firm but smooth transducer.

How Ultrasound Therapy Works

The 800,000 Hz to 2,000,000 Hz wavelengths of energy have thermal and mechanical effects on soft tissues. The warming effects of these wavelengths encourage the healing and repair of damaged tissues. Stiff, tight or contracted tissues are able to relax with the application of heat from the ultrasound waves. The mechanical effects of ultrasound therapy decrease the size of the tiny gas bubbles in your soft tissues. This has an anti-inflammatory effect. The transducer fits into your hand, and you control the wavelength of the ultrasound waves and the duration of the session. You can also have another person hold the transducer and apply it to the affected area of your body. A layer of gel is typically applied to the skin in order to act as a lubricant for the transducer.

Who Should Consider an Ultrasound Therapy Machine at Home?

People with chronic pain or an injury that is slow to heal should consider an ultrasound therapy machine for their home. For example, if you have tendonitis in your arm or shoulder, your doctor may prescribe physical therapy and stretching in order to strengthen your tissues. However, this will not necessarily help your pain. The ultrasound therapy machine could lessen your pain even as the physical therapy exercises prevent you from re-injuring your tendon. People who are unable to use medications for pain relief, people who do not respond to pain medications or people who do not get enough relief from physical therapy and pain medications should also consider ultrasound therapy.

Which Conditions Benefit From a Portable Ultrasound?

Any condition that causes prolonged inflammation or pain could benefit from therapeutic ultrasound. It could help people with autoimmune conditions that cause pervasive pain, such as rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. People with carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia and myofascial pain find relief from the thermal and mechanical effects of ultrasound therapy. If you have impingement syndrome, arthritis or joint contractures, the pain relief and decrease of inflammation provided by ultrasound therapy could help you get back to your usual activities. Many other conditions also benefit from ultrasound therapy, including:

  • Ligament strains and sprains
  • Muscle strains and tears
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Bursitis
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Scar adhesions and scar tissue pain

Benefits of Ultrasound Therapy at Home

There are many benefits of a portable ultrasound machine for therapy at home. If you go to physical therapy once or twice per week, their ultrasound therapy might not be enough. Being able to have this therapy every day or several days per week could promote faster healing and a decrease in your pain. If you have transportation problems or difficulties getting convenient appointment times, an ultrasound machine at home means that you can have a therapy session whenever it's convenient for you. You may prefer to have the therapy done in a more private setting, and your home may be more comfortable. The co-pays for physical therapy or doctor's office appointments can be expensive, so an ultrasound machine at home could save you money.