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Urologie / ESWL
The new Piezolith 3000 is the result of continuous research and development by Richard Wolf - worldwide, the leading and most innovative manufacturer of piezoelectric shock wave systems. Apart from treatment with minimum damage to tissue, the Wolf high-performance piezo power source allows fast, accurate and effective high-energy therapy.
The combination of the new high-energy piezo power source with the precision location system makes the Piezolith 3000 an interdisciplinary therapy centre. This achieves a synergy resulting in maximum medical efficiency and impressive economic benefits.
Orthopedie / ESWT / TPST
The Piezoson 100 plus from Richard Wolf uniquely combines and expands orthopaedic ESWT applications with the applications of TPST. This means a significant expansion of the range of applications by including the wide area of myofascial pain syndrome.
The PiezoWave… the effective, focused shock wave for diagnosis and therapy of myofascial pain syndrome.
Extracorporeal shock waves have been successfully used to treat chronic pain since the beginning of the nineties. Thanks to the trigger point shock wave therapy, the new PiezoWave can provide highly efficient, non-invasive, treatment of chronic pain in the skeletal muscles. It is used in the case of additional myofascial syndromes.
Physiotherapy / TPST
WellWave - Gentle Therapy for Chronic Pain
Trigger point shock wave therapy (TPST) is a highly efficient, non-surgical treatment for chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system. Richard Wolf, one of the innovators in medical technology worldwide for more than 100 years, has developed a new pain therapy device for physiotherapy. Extracorporeal shock waves have been used in the treatment of chronic pain since the '90s.
The heart of the WellWave is the ergonomic planar therapy source. As a powerful system for pain therapy, it significantly expands the range of application in cases of myofascial pain syndrome.