PHYSIOSON-Expert (3rd edition)

Professional ultrasound therapy for clinics, rehabilitation centres and physiotherapy practices, also for mobile use.

Product description

With the ultra-modern and mobile PHYSIOSON-Expert (3rd edition) ultrasound device, you can start your treatment as quickly and easily as possible: directly, via preset treatment protocols or self-stored programmes. The large TFT display with touchscreen, combined with the haptic intensity control, offers you intuitive user guidance. You can always keep an eye on all treatment parameters on the large colour screen.
The device enables ultrasound therapy with 1 MHz and 3 MHz. A large and a small treatment head are available for treatment.


General features

  • Mobile device
  • Mains power supply as standard, can optionally be operated with a power bank
  • Ultrasonic treatment with 2 frequencies: 1 MHz and 3 MHz
  • Stainless steel ultrasonic heads in 2 sizes
  • Colour touch screen
  • Easily wipeable screen to reduce the risk of cross-infection
  • Preset treatment protocols
  • Programmable memory
  • US frequencies: 1 MHz and 3 MHz
  • Treatment modes: CW and pulsing 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4 and 1:9; pulse duration 2ms
  • Maximum power output: 2.0 W/cm² in CW; 3.0 W/cm² pulsing
  • Large treatment head 4 cm², 1 MHz and 3 MHz
  • Small treatment head 0.6 cm², 1 MHz
  • Small treatment head 0.4 cm², 3 MHz
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Vietnamese

Therapy information

Together with stimulation current therapy, ultrasound therapy is one of the most common forms of treatment in physical therapy. Therapeutic ultrasound is applied at frequencies of 1 MHz or 3 MHz as continuous sound or pulsed sound in different pulse ratios. Ultrasound therapy is categorised as mechanothermotherapy due to its multi-layered effects. Depending on the therapy parameters (treatment frequency, type of sound, dose, treatment duration and cycle), ultrasound treatment focusses on a thermal effect (heat development at reflective boundary layers of the tissue, e.g. bones, joints) or a micro-massage in the treated tissue segment. The effects of ultrasound therapy can be summarised as follows:

  • Hyperaemia
  • Acceleration of metabolic functions (microcirculation, diffusion processes)
  • Increasing the elasticity of connective tissue structures (collagen fibres)
  • Pain relief
  • Muscular detonation and spasm relief
  • Acceleration of healing processes
  • Stimulation of fracture healing

As ultrasound is reflected by air, a coupling agent (ultrasound gel) or ultrasound under water (subaqual) is used to optimise the transmission of sound waves from the ultrasound probe to the tissue.



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