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In Sports Therapy, Ultrasound involves the use of high-frequency sound waves to promote healing, reduce inflammation and relieve pain in targeted tissues. Below is a short description:


Used to treat musculoskeletal conditions by using high frequency sound waves higher than the audible range to stimulate tissue repair and reduce pain.

How to use

Ultrasound waves cause deep tissue heating, improving blood flow, promoting relaxation and accelerating the healing process. Additionally, non-thermal effects such as cavitation and acoustic streaming may play a role in tissue repair.


Commonly used for tendonitis, muscle strain, ligament injuries and arthritis.


It can help reduce pain, increase tissue elasticity, and increase the effectiveness of other physical therapy interventions.

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