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In 1997, EMS patented the first radial shock wave device, the Swiss DolorClast®, based on the ballistic principle.

Compressed air sent to the handpiece accelerates a projectile, which strikes a fixed applicator at high speed (up to 90 km/h). The kinetic energy resulting from this movement is converted into a shock wave transmitted in a radial manner to the targeted tissues.

Shock waves delivery is short in time, usually lasting just a few minutes, thus enabling to be coupled with other therapies within the same session as recommended by the GDT. DolorClast® Shock wave protocol usually includes a total of three to five sessions, planned at a rate of one to two sessions per week with an interval of minimum 72h between them.

Meer informatie over de SWISS DOLORCLAST Radial Shock Waves neem contact met ons op via of bel naar 030 221 97 10.