Swiss DolorClast

When it comes to extracorporeal shock wave therapy it's no exaggeration to say that the Swiss Dolorclast system really is in a class of its own. Highly effective for treating a wide range of musculoskeletal problems and soft tissue injuries, the Swiss Dolorclast method has been setting new standards in orthopaedic pain relief therapy since 1999, and has fast become a world leader. Specifically designed for orthopaedic use, this innovative system offers everything that you need for fast and effective extracorporeal shockwave therapy (EST).

Treatment is gentle and effective with pneumatically developed shockwaves delivered directly to the area of pain. The high pressure sound waves travel through the skin to stimulate the body's own healing powers. The frequency of the pulses can be adjusted where necessary in order to keep the treatment as short as possible. A treatment involving 2,000 pulses for example, takes as little as 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

The Swiss Dolorclast method can be used to treat many types of pain including tennis elbow, shoulder pain, golfer's elbow, bursitis trochanterica, patella tip syndrome, tibial edge syndrome, achillodynia, and painful heel.

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Product Description

Benefits of the Swiss Dolorclast Classic

  • Affordable price
  • Highly effective system
  • Compact design which is easy to handle
  • Portable ESWT Unit
  • Simple installation and maintenance
  • Excellent cost-benefit ratio
  • High quality design
  • Low system maintenance cost
  • Low to high energy levels
  • Broad spectrum of indications
  • Pneumatically generated shockwaves
  • High treatment frequency
  • Easy and quick to operate and use

How your patients will benefit

  • Fast non invasive treatment
  • Negligible side effects
  • No injections, drugs, or surgery

Happy patients equal a successful clinic so why not invest in Swiss Dolorclast today! Call Medical Products Australia today to find out more!


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