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Lease to own Equine Shockwave

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Equine radial shockwave provides a highly effective treatment for orthopedic and soft tissue injuries in equine sports medicine.

  • Premier treatment for suspensory injuries and ‘kissing spines’
  • Rapid pain relief and stimulation of cellular regeneration
  • Five probe options enable varied treatment option
  • Acoustic wave 100x higher energy than ultrasound imaging
  • Achieves ‘bundled wave’ penetration of up to 8 cm
  • Handpiece supports over 3 million shockwave ‘shots’

In veterinary or rehabilitation settings, Shockwave addresses musculoskeletal disorders and returns the horse to work within an optimal timeframe.

Shockwave is the leading choice of veterinarians, trainers and therapists for ligament and tendon injury, and post-work recovery in elite equine athletes.

Device : $5700, finance fee $400 total : $6100. Down payment $1900, 10 monthly payments of $420. Finance fee are waived if paid in full within 3 months.


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Description

Easy Shock adopts extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT), which is a method for the treatment of superficial orthopedic disorders developed over the past 20 years. The extreme method of using bundled sound waves with high intensity was selected because the mechanical/acoustic waves of force can be focused at a defined point with a parabolic reflector to ensure that stress limits are not exceeded in the remaining tissue. The penetrating depth can reach 0 - 60mm.                    

With different tips, the Easy Shock shockwave therapy system can cover most typical applications includes: Suspensory ligament branch, Collateral ligament, Joints, Nuchal ligament, Arthropathy, Muscle trigger points, Sciatica, Myositis, Fibrosis, Chronic back pain, Hip and elbow dysplasia, Painful scar tissue, General Massage. It is widely installed for treatment target which covers: rehabilitation medicine, orthopedics, sport medicine, pain treatment (chronic/acute) and acupuncture

 

 

 

Specifications of   Acoustic Shock Wave shockwave

Much longer lifecycle ,handpiece can support more than 2 million shots.

Versatility : 5 different high quality TI-MG-AL alloy made transmitters - durable and high efficiency in treatment ,various for different indication Precision: energy adjustable 10mJ to 190mJ, stepping 10mJ (equal to 0.25Bar to 5Bar, adjustable per 0.25Bar), very precise.

Frequency Range: our machine from 1-22Hz, stepping 1Hz.

Mobility:  only 2.7kg in weight, can put in back-pack. It is packed in aluminum hand case.

Power Consumption: 100 / 240 VAC / 50/60 Hz, 

Technology: Compressor free ballistic radial shockwave therapy-system with electromagnetic generator

Modes: Frequencies from 1 to 22 Hz 3 Burst modes

Programs: 20 preset programs, adjustable

Controls: Colour touch-screen for all software operations

Rotary control for Energy level and for frequency

Handpiece operation with footswitch

 

Radial VS Focal shockwave

 

We have 12 months warranty time for the machine , and also have 5 years technical support

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Using the Easy Shock has changed the game for us and our horses! It’s portable, affordable, and helps prevent injuries as well as helps the healing on pre existing ones for horses at the top level of the sport.

Mark Kinsella, Grand Prix show jumper

How it Works

The radial shockwave therapy device uses compressed air to accelerate a projectile through a tube, creating a low intensity primary wave as it impacts on the applicator. A parabolic reflector then creates a secondary wave. These ‘bundled’ waves are directed through an applicator held against the skin, moving through the tissue towards a defined point at a penetration depth of up to 6 cm. This stimulates a cellular response, with improved blood supply and increased cell proliferation leading to regeneration of tendon, ligament and bone tissue. The exact mechanisms for this biological response are not yet fully known.

4 Principle Effects

Equine shockwave therapy safely and effectively addresses a range of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

Orthopedic: Stimulates new bone growth and fracture repair, and cartilage production in joints.

Tendons and ligaments:Prompts release of healing and growth factors, with improved collagen production.

Wound healing: Improved blood supply and cellular stimulation leads to tissue regeneration and rapid healing.

Analgesia: Nerve fiber stimulation blocks an increase in pain stimuli and leads to pain reduction (gate control theory).

There’s no better treatment for suspensory injuries out there.

SHOCKWAVE FOR INJURY REPAIR

Technical Specifications

  • Ballistic radial shockwave with electromagnetic generator
  • 10 preset programs are adjustable to range of conditions
  • 10.1” color touchscreen allows easy, real-time software operation
  • Rotary control for variable energy level and frequency settings
  • Stable and yard use is easy with handpiece and foot-switch control
  • Low weight at only 3kg, enabling operation from backpack
  • Seven durable, high quality transmitters support efficient treatments
  • Soundwave frequencies from 1-16Hz, stepping 1Hz
  • Precise energy adjustment from 60mJ to 210mJ, stepping 10mJ (equiv. 1Bar to 6Bar, adjustable per 0.25Bar)
  • Efficient power Consumption: 100 / 240 VAC / 50/60 Hz

SHOCKWAVE FOR OPTIMAL OUTCOMES

  • A high value investment for the clinic or training yard
  • Leading technology for treating and managing performance horses
  • Treat and rehabilitate multiple conditions with a single device
  • Versatile treatment options address varied conditions
  • Reduces sport horse time out through effective injury management

I’ve been using the Shockwave for years and I absolutely love it

What it Treats

Fracture treatment
Degenerative joint disease
Stress fractures
Spinous process impingement
TENDON AND LIGAMENT LESIONS
Proximal suspensory ligament
desmitis
Dorsal metacarpal disease
(sore/bucked shins)
Tendinitis
Bursitis
WOUNDS AND ABRASIONS
Ringbone
Navicular syndrome
Pedal osteitis
Sesamoiditis
FRACTURES
Spinous process surgery
Sacroiliac ligament lesions
Tendon and ligament injury
Ligament desmotomy
OSTEOARTHRITIS
General analgesia
Muscle pain
Superficial wounds
Sores and abrasions
KISSING SPINES
Muscle strains and microtears
Muscle spasm
Exercise-induced inflammation
Reduced recovery times
POST-SURGERY RECOVERY