Shock Waves: Shock waves with high pressure amplitude represent a short-duration acoustic pressure wave consisting of a compression phase (positive pressure pulse) followed by a rarefaction phase (negative pressure pulse).
Ultrasonic Waves: Ultrasonic waves represent narrow-bandwidth periodic oscillations.
Pressure Waves: Pressure waves have a longer pulse duration and lower pressure amplitude compared to shock waves.
İnceler Medikal produces high quality and state-of-the-art shock wave therapy systems. Our devices, which provide practical ease of use to the user, are affordable in terms of cost. İnceler Medikal has quality customer service and technical service that produces fast technological solutions for privileged ESWT and ESWL devices.
Our devices have a 2-year warranty.
Radial shock wave is the most common type of shockwave therapy, used in most clinics. However, Focused shock wave is growing in popularity, due to the increased treatment options, treatment depth, treatment precision and patient comfort in more acute cases.
Focused and Radial shockwaves differ not only in regard to their physical properties and mode of generation, but also in terms of the magnitude of the standard parameters (pressure amplitude, pulse duration, impact) used and the therapeutic tissue penetration depths achieved.
According to usage and treatment needs, the doctor needs to prefer the right device. Orthopaedists, Physiotherapists and Urologists are using both devices but Focused ESWT devices’ effectivity is higher than Radial models, nevertheless Orthopaedists and Physiotherapists are mostly using radial models because of the economical price.
Inceler Medikal produces both Focused & Radial model ESWT devices, and as urologist are preferring focused devices for the treatment of diseases like Erectile Dysnfunction and peyronie’s disease, radial devices are most succesful for applications in orthopedy such as achilles tendon, bone fracture treatment, plantar fasciitis. Device principle choice is completely depending on the doctor preference.