Synonyms for ossatron or Related words with ossatron
Examples of "ossatron"
is the first shock wave unit developed especially for orthopaedic applications. The
covers a range of orthopaedic indications suitable for Shock Wave Technology. It is marketed as the only Extracorporeal Shock Wave Technology (ESWT) system approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of multiple orthopaedic conditions. The
is currently FDA approved to treat chronic plantar fasciitis (heel pain) and chronic lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) when these conditions have failed to respond to conservative treatments.
is a high energy shock wave system that provides a non-surgical alternative for patients diagnosed with chronic proximal plantar fasciopathy (severe heel pain), usually referred to as fasciitis. Using a unique process known as Orthotripsy, the
emits shock waves, similar to those used to treat kidney stones, in an attempt to increase blood flow and stimulate healing of the affected heel.
A class action lawsuit settlement approved by a federal judge suggests that the manufacturer of the
made material misrepresentations and/or omitted to make material disclosures concerning the efficiency, testing and market acceptance of the
. According to the lawsuit the manufacturer failed to disclose to investors that some of its own tests failed to support its statements that the
was more effective, safer and less costly than alternative, nonsurgical treatments for heel pain and that serious questions existed among the medical community concerning the effectiveness of extracorporeal shock wave treatment (ESWT) for heel pain. See "Thomas v. HealthTronics Surgical Services, et al.". US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Civil Case No. 03-cv-2800.
It is recommended after treatment that the patient restrict "stressful activity" such as jogging, heavy housework or yard work, and participating in sports for four weeks. Pain relief begins for patients at different times. For some patients it is immediate; for others it may take four weeks. The full effect of the
procedure may not be realized until the twelfth week following treatment. If relief has not been achieved at this point, a second
procedure may be recommended by the patient's physician.
Dwyane Wade, after recovering from off-season shoulder and knee surgeries, battled knee injuries and missed the final 21 games of the season after undergoing
treatment on his left knee. Wade recovered in time to play in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Once anesthesia has been administered, high viscosity ultrasound gel is applied to the area experiencing pain (target tissue). The gel promotes shock wave conductance, enhancing treatment effectiveness. The
Application Technician then activates the shock wave via the shock wave release hand piece on the console.
After missing the Tournament of Americas Olympic Qualifiers over the summer, Miami's eight pre-season games and first seven regular season games to recover from off-season left knee and left shoulder surgeries, Wade made his first appearance of the 2007–08 season on November 14, 2007. Battling pain in his left knee throughout the season, Wade was elected to his fourth consecutive All-Star Game appearance. However, with the Heat holding the worst record in the NBA and Wade still experiencing problems in his left knee, Heat coach Pat Riley announced Wade would miss the final 21 games of the season to undergo
treatment on his left knee. Wade averaged 24.6 points, 6.9 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.7 steals per game for the season.
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